TAMPA, Fla. – The month of September saw Ottawa Fury FC’s Maxime Crepeau set a new single-season record for shutouts in the league’s modern era, and the USL’s goalkeepers combine to record more than 550 saves, some of which were among the best of the season. Now it’s your turn to select the best of the five selected that will earn the USL Fans’ Choice Save of the Month award.
Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Monday, October 8.
USL Fans’ Choice Save of the Month Finalists – September
Cody Laurendi (OKC) - #SPRvOKC, 9/2/18: Laurendi pulled off a fine diving save to keep out a powerful shot by the Swope Park Rangers’ Bryam Rebellon that was pegged for the bottom-left corner of the net at Children’s Mercy Park.
Josh Cohen (SAC) - #SACvSEA, 9/8/18: Cohen made a standout penalty-kick save on Seattle Sounders FC 2’s David Estrada at Papa Murphy’s Park with a diving stop to the left corner that preserved his shutout.
Matt Cardone (SA) - #TULvSA, 9/15/18: Cardone scrambled back toward goal and produced an acrobatic fingertip save to keep out an ambitious lob from distance by Tulsa Roughnecks FC forward Isaac Diaz at ONEOK Field.
Maxime Crépeau (OTT) - #LOUvOTT, 9/22/18: Crépeau showed off his reflexes as he got down quickly to his right to keep out Niall McCabe’s first-time shot and keep Louisville City FC off the scoreboard early at Slugger Field.
Kendall McIntosh (POR) - #SACvPOR, 9/29/18: McIntosh shifted his weight quickly to react to a back-post header by Sacramento Republic FC’s Villyan Bijev and come up with a one-handed save for the visitors at Papa Murphy’s Park.