Player of the Week
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Revolution striker Juan Agudelo was named MLS Player of the Week for Week 4 on Tuesday in the wake of his two-goal performance against Minnesota United over the weekend.
Agudelo, who scored in the fourth and 41st minutes, helped lead the Revolution to an emphatic 5-2 win over the Loons on Saturday.
Three days after scoring the Revolution's first two goals of the season, midfielder Kelyn Rowe was named MLS Player of the Week for week 4 on Tuesday.
Rowe's 21st minute tally against the San Jose Earthquakes ended the Revolution's season-opening 290-minute scoreless streak. He struck again in the 37th minute to help give his club a 2-1 win, the first of the season for the Revolution.
This week, PSP's player of the week is a Downingtown native Zack Steffen of the Columbus Crew.
With a Champions League goal, Hershey's second most famous export is PSP's player of the week.
There was a lot placed on the shoulders of a homegrown player making his professional debut. No one could have expected a performance like this. Derrick Jones is PSP's player of the week.
Goals are good. Alejandro Bedoya's goal was the best goal.
In a week where few players stood out, Tranquillo Barnetta produced the Union's lone moment of brilliance.
In a tough week for the Union, one player stepped up: Roland Alberg.
Who else? Plus, a word of praise for Ken Tribbett.
In a week of excellent Union performances, it was the rookie right back who stood out the most.
Even without his 350 MLS appearances, Brian Carroll is a worth Player of the Week.
A milestone goal against Seattle for the fan favorite.
Sapong demonstrated on Sunday Jim Curtin's belief in him is well placed.
Pontius scored his first brace since 2012 to give the Union their first win of 2016, and first-ever win in Columbus.
Big saves from Blake ensured the Union returned home with a not unexpected loss rather than an embarrassing scoreline.
John McCarthy may have scared everyone at first, but luck was on his side. Then he went and stopped three straight penalty kicks, and that was no luck at all.
CJ Sapong's brash, physical performance return to the team against New York earns him Player of the Week honors.
Hometown kid comes up big to stop Union skid.
The lead up to his Union debut may not have been what he wanted, but in his performance in Saturday's loss in Vancouver, Brian Sylvestre was one of few bright spots.
An unexpected debut was the background for one of the few bright spots from the Union's loss to Toronto.
It was a vintage performance from the Frenchman that saw him put in a great deal of work on both sides of the ball and culminated in his stoppage time winner.
League leader in shots and shots on goal. Now tied for second in the league in goals scored thanks to a brilliant header in Kansas City. El Colorado is PSP's Player of the Week.
With the Union down a man against Dallas, Edu continued to lead.
The Philly faithful already knew what he could bring to this team. Now, the whole league does. With his two goals against Real Salt Lake, Fernando Aristeguieta is PSP's Player of the Week.
Next season will see whether he and the rest of the Union squad can put it together in ways they failed to this year, but with two assists this week, one thing is clear: Cristian Maidana is PSP's Player of the Week.
He should have been the hero against Chicago. Circumstances may have taken that win away from Aombi Okugo, but he's definitely PSP's Player of the Week.
Pedro Ribeiro did his best Conor Casey impression on Saturday, bullying the Red Bull back line to rescue the Union a point on an ugly day. That's why he's PSP's Player of the Week.
He's one heck of a second stringer. Despite knowing his days in Philly are numbered, Zac MacMath has been playing the best soccer of his career, making big saves and keeping clean sheets. That's why he's PSP's Player of the Week.
The US Women's National Team is officially the best team in the world. Carli Lloyd is the captain and best player. She's also our Player of the Week.
With a dominant display in front of her hometown crowd, Carli Lloyd powered the USWNT back to the only tournament that matters—the World Cup. She's our Player of the Week.
Calming. Stabilizing. Brian Carroll is PSP's Player of the Week. Who's yours?
For their efforts in clearing up PPL Park and its surrounding lots, the grounds keeping staffs of the Philadelphia Union and Philadelphia Eagles are your players of the week.
The Villa Joseph Marie standout scored two goals, including the extra time winner, as the Yardley Makefield Soccer Premier Xplosion girls team won the US Youth Soccer U-17 national championship on Sunday.
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Boston Breakers goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher was voted NWSL Player of the Week for week 17 following a 12-save performance against the Washington Spirit last weekend.
After the Breakers built a two-goal lead in the first half, Naeher made nine second-half saves to preserve a 2-1 victory in the Breakers' home finale.
Former Union man does good.
Edu's contributions on both sides of the ball make him PSP's Player of the Week.
Morgan Langley's standout performance has the Harrisburg City Islanders ready to contest the USL Pro championship.