RICHMOND, VA — (Tuesday, October 10, 2017) — The United Soccer League (USL) announced Tuesday that goalkeeper Travis Worra was named to the USL Team of the Week for Week 29. On loan from the Kickers MLS affiliate D.C. United, Worra recorded four saves as the Kickers claimed their second road win of the season and seventh shutout.
Signing with D.C. United in 2015, Worra has seen time on loan to the Kickers over three seasons making 23 appearances and recording 11 shutouts. The University of New Hampshire product made 13 appearances for United in 2016 where he recorded four shutouts. This season Worra has seen time in five matches making 11 saves for D.C. United.
The Kickers conclude their 2017 season Saturday night on the road as they travel to take on Louisville City FC at Louisville Slugger Field for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff. The match will be available like on the Kickers Official Television partners WTVR CBS 6 via their 6.3 sub channel (Comcast 206, Verizon FiOS 466) and on the USL Match Center. Väsen Brewing Company is hosting the Official Watch Party and will buy the first beer for any fans wearing a red Kickers jersey. 2018 Section O Passes will be available for purchase as well. For more information go to RichmondKickers.com and follow the Kickers on social media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
USL Team of the Week
GK – Travis Worra, Richmond Kickers: Worra recorded a four-save shutout, as the Kickers earned a 1-0 victory on the road against Saint Louis FC on Saturday night.
D – Josh Suggs, Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC: Suggs helped limit Sacramento Republic FC to one shot on goal and also provided the assist on the game-winning goal in the Switchbacks’ 1-0 victory on Saturday.
D – Jimmy Ockford, Reno 1868 FC: Ockford scored the opening goal of the game and also completed 53 of 57 passes and recorded nine clearances in Reno’s 4-1 win against Orange County SC.
D – Kyle Smith, Louisville City FC: Smith scored the game-winning goal and put in a strong shift down the right side to help limit Charlotte’s attack to three shots on goal in a 2-1 victory.
M – Santi Moar, Bethlehem Steel FC: Moar had two goals and one assist and created two other scoring chances, as Bethlehem took control of its playoff destiny with a 4-2 victory against Toronto FC II on Friday night.
M – Marcel Schäfer, Tampa Bay Rowdies: Schäfer had two goals and an assist to lead the Rowdies to a 3-2 victory against New York on Wednesday night. He also helped set up the side’s only goal in a 1-1 draw away against San Antonio.
M – Florian Valot, New York Red Bulls II: Valot scored twice, created another scoring chance and completed 31 of 38 passes to help New York take a 6-5 victory against Orlando City B on Saturday.
M – Carl Haworth, Ottawa Fury FC: Haworth notched his first two goals of the season to lead Fury FC to a comprehensive 4-0 victory against FC Cincinnati in the club’s home finale on Sunday.
F – Jose Angulo, OKC Energy FC: Angulo notched a pair of goals and one assist, as Energy FC clinched a place in the USL Cup Playoffs for a third successive season with a 4-1 victory against the Swope Park Rangers on Sunday.
F – Jason Johnson, Phoenix Rising FC: Johnson scored three goals in two games, including both game-winners, as Phoenix took a pair of victories against Tulsa Roughnecks FC and Rio Grande Valley FC over the course of the week.
F – Stefano Bonomo, New York Red Bulls II: Bonomo recorded four goals in two games, including a hat trick in the Red Bulls II’s 6-5 victory against Orlando City B on Saturday night that moved the side back into playoff position.
Bench: Odisnel Cooper (CHS), Christian Thierjung (TUL), Chris Wehan (RNO), Jerry van Ewijk (OC), Heviel Cordoves (CHS), Didier Drogba (PHX), Jochen Graf (ROC)