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McCabe named to USL Championship Team of the Week

By LouCity, 06/04/19, 1:45PM EDT

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Louisville City's Niall McCabe was named to the USL Championship Team of the Week Tuesday for his performance in Saturday's 4-1 win over Charleston Battery. 

McCabe was an integral part of the LouCity's early goal, as his pass into the box led to George Davis IV's goal that changed the complexity of the match for Charleston. Now down a goal, they couldn't sit back and force LouCity to come at them. 

Now with Charleston opened up, Louisville City took advantage of chances, scoring four goals including an absolutely brilliant free kick by McCabe later in the match. 

McCabe, Louisville City's most veteran player, continues to be an integral part of the league's leader's lineup. He is second on the team in Chances Created with 22 and is sixth in Minutes Played with 11 starts. 

McCabe and Louisville City will host Loudoun United Saturday at 7 p.m. at Slugger Field as Louisville City continues its homestand. The game will be broadcast locally on WBKI and streamed on ESPN+. The local radio broadcast will be on 840 WHAS with Kevin Kernen and John Horlander. 

USL Championship Team of the Week

GK – John McCarthy, Tampa Bay Rowdies: McCarthy recorded a four-save shutout that included a penalty kick save early in the second half to lead the Rowdies past Birmingham Legion FC.

D – Joe Amico, Orange County SC: Amico recorded six interceptions, six clearances and nine recoveries and won four tackles to help Orange County hold off Rio Grande Valley FC in a 2-1 victory.

D – Ish Jome, Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC: Jome recorded the assist on the Switchbacks’ game-winner and recorded six recoveries, four clearances and won 4 of 5 duels against Fresno FC.

D – Bryam Rebellon, El Paso Locomotive FC: Rebellon completed 74 of 84 passes, won three tackles and recorded seven recoveries to help El Paso claim victory on the road against Tacoma Defiance.

M – Tyler Pasher, Indy Eleven: Pasher scored the game-winning goal and had two key passes and eight recoveries to help the Eleven in a comeback victory against Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC.

M – Sam Werner, Sacramento Republic FC: Werner played a key role in Sacramento’s opening goal and then scored a beautiful finish that proved the game-winner in Republic FC’s win against San Antonio FC.

M – Niall McCabe, Louisville City FC: McCabe provided the assist on the opening goal, notched LouCity’s fourth with a perfectly-placed free kick, and in-between recorded three key passes and completed 45 of 53 passes.

M – Kyle Zajec, New York Red Bulls II: Zajec scored the first two goals of his career and won 8 of 13 duels, four tackles and recorded one key pass in a comprehensive victory against Bethlehem Steel FC.

F – Kris Tyrpak, Austin Bold FC: Tyrpak scored a second-half hat trick after coming on as a substitute to lead Bold FC to a 3-2 victory against Tulsa Roughnecks FC, overcoming a two-goal deficit.

F – Brian Brown, Reno 1868 FC: Brown had one goal and one assist, hit the post and recorded seven shots and two key passes in 1868 FC’s victory against Silver State Cup rival Las Vegas Lights FC.

F – Mour Samb, Ottawa Fury FC: Samb contributed to every goal for Fury FC, scoring twice and adding two assists as Ottawa defeated the Charlotte Independence 4-1.

Bench: Cody Laurendi (OKC), Harry Swartz (HFD), Duke Lacroix (RNO), Andrew Tinari (TBR), Christiano Francois (OTT), Justin Dhillon (TAC), Brian Iloski (LA)

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