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This week's selection was particularly difficult as the 7-4 thriller between Tampa Bay and San Antonio in the NASL Fall kick off featured four or five players alone that had worth performances on the offensive end of the pitch.
ROUND EIGHTEEN (July 29-August 4)
Player – Club (5 Star Selections)
Mike Azira - Charleston Battery (2)
Put the Battery up by two on two occasions as they ended Richmond's unbeaten campaign 5-2.
Kyle Greig - Wilmington Hammerheads
Scored the opening goal in a 2-1 victory against Charleston and posted the lone goal in a 1-0 victory at Dayton.
Lucky Mkosana - Harrisburg City Islanders (2)
Scored the game-winner in a 3-1 win at Phoenix and scored the opener in a 2-2 draw in Los Angeles.
Keith Savage - Tampa Bay Rowdies
The midfielder scored the second goal and set up the third to pull the Rowdies even from the three-goal deficit.
Eriq Zavaleta - Seattle Sounders Reserves (2)
Trailing by two, he scored twice, netting the first tally and the game-winner in a 3-2 victory against Chivas USA Reserves.
One: Andre Akpan (NYRB Reserves); Akira Fitzgerald (Carolina); Kevin Molino (Orlando); Devon Sandoval (RSL Reserves); Jose Valencia (Timbers Reserves)
Two: Tommy Heinemann (Whitecaps Reserves); Cory Miller (LA Blues); Brian Shriver (Carolina); Casey Townsend (Richmond); Carl Woszcynski (LA Blues)
Three: Christhian Hernandez (Harrisburg); Pedro Mendes (Atlanta): Luke Mulholland (TB Rowdies); Michael Nanchoff (Timbers Reserves); Jamie Watson (Orlando)
Four: Jordan Allen (RSL Reserves); Mike Azira (Charleston); Dom Dwyer (Orlando City); Yann Ekra (Harrisburg); Lance Laing (Edmonton)
Five: Hans Denissen (San Antonio); Dom Dwyer 2 (Orlando City); Shaun Francis (Charlotte); Andrew Marshall (Pittsburgh) Maicon Santos (Fire Reserves)
Six: Jose Angulo (Pittsburgh); Dom Dwyer 3 (Orlando City); Kekutah Manneh (Whitecaps Reserves); Joseph Ngwenya (Richmond); Zack Schilawski (Carolina)
Seven: Simone Bracalello (Minnesota); Dom Dwyer 4 (Orlando City); Shaun Francis 2 (Charlotte); Jason Johnson (Dynamo Reserves); Tjeerd Westdjik (Dayton)
Eight: Pablo Campos (Minnesota); Chris Cortez (LA Blues); Bilal Duckett (Rochester); Georgi Histov (TB Rowdies); Jorge Herrera (Charlote)
Nine: Blake Brettschneider (Rochester); Andriy Budnyy (VSI Tampa Bay); Dom Dwyer 5 (Orlando City); Diego Restrepo (Tampa Bay Rowdies); Zack Schilawski 2 (Carolina)
Ten: Jose Cuevas (Charleston); Ryan Finley (Crew Reserves); Kevin Harbottle (Rapids Reserves); Lance Laing 2 (Edmonton); Mauricio Salles (VSI Tampa Bay)
Eleven: Blake Brettschneider 2 (Rochester); Gareth Evans (Wilmington); Kevin Harmse (San Antonio); Adama Mbengue (Orlando); Ty Shipalane (Carolina)
Twelve: Jose Angulo 2 (Pittsburgh); Hans Denissen 2 (San Antonio); Eric Reed (Charlotte); Brian Shriver 2 (Carolina); Matt Williams (Dayton)
Thirteen: Andrew Dykstra (Richmond); Jorge Herrera 2 (Charlotte); Danny Koevermans (Toronto); Sainey Touray (Harrisburg); Eriq Zavaleta (San Antonio)
Fourteen: Sam Adekugbe (Whitecaps Reserves); Hans Denissen 3 (San Antonio); Matt Fondy (LA); Daniel Steres (Wilmington); Luke Vercollone (Richmond)
Fifteen: Sallieu Bundu (VSI Tampa Bay); Matt Fondy 2 (LA Blues); Jorge Herrera 3 (Charlotte); Gabe Latigue (Rochester); Jamie Watson 2 (Orlando)
Sixteen: Jean Alexandre (Orlando); Tony Cascio (Rapids Reserves); Adam Jahn (Earthquakes Reserves); Kekuta Manneh 2 (Whitecaps Reserves); Sebastian Velasquez (RSL Reserves)
Seventeen: Jorge Herrera 4 (Charlotte); Chandler Hoffman (Galaxy Reserves); Dane Kelly (Charleston); Lucky Mkosana (Harrisburg); Robert Paul (Phoenix)
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