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USL Fans’ Choice Save of the Playoffs

By USLSoccer.com Staff, 11/12/18, 5:29PM EST

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Vote for your favorite save from the 2018 USL Cup Playoffs

SUBMIT YOUR VOTE FOR FANS' CHOICE SAVE OF THE PLAYOFFS

  • Spencer Richey, FC Cincinnati

    14%

  • Carl Woszczynski, Phoenix Rising FC

    51%

  • Evan Louro, New York Red Bulls II

    2%

  • Greg Ranjitsingh, Louisville City FC

    31%

  • Matt Bersano, Reno 1868 FC

    2%

  • Total Votes: 907

TAMPA, Fla. – The 2018 USL Cup Playoffs saw numerous spectacular performances between the sticks by the league’s goalkeepers, who recorded almost 100 saves and eight clean sheets over the course of the postseason. Now it’s your turn to select the best of the five selected that will earn the USL Fans’ Choice Save of the Playoffs award.

Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 14.

USL Fans’ Choice Save of the Playoffs Finalists

Spencer Richey (CIN) - #CINvNSH, 10/20/18: Richey pulled off a handful of excellent saves in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, including this reaction stop to keep out a first-time finish by Nashville SC’s Ropapa Mensah in the second half of FCC’s penalty shootout victory.

Carl Woszczynski (PHX) - #PHXvSPR, 10/26/18: Woszczynski recorded more saves than any goalkeeper in the postseason, including this close-range denial to keep out a big chance for the Swope Park Rangers’ Kharlton Belmar in the Western Conference Semifinals.

Evan Louro (NY) - #CHSvNY, 10/20/18: Louro got down brilliantly to his right to produce a one-handed save that kept the Charleston Battery’s Gordon Wild from finding an equalizer in the Red Bulls II’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinals victory.

Greg Ranjitsingh (LOU) - #LOUvNY, 11/2/18: Ranjitsingh’s reflexes were tested on a near-post header from the New York Red Bulls II’s Tom Barlow off a cross from the right during LouCity’s victory in the Eastern Conference Final.

Matt Bersano (RNO) - #SLCvRNO, 10/20/18: Bersano kept 1868 FC in the game with a string of good saves in the Western Conference Quarterfinals, including this diving stop that kept out a shot by Real Monarchs SLC’s Masta Kacher from 12 yards.

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