RENO, Nev. –Dane Kelly, the USL’s all-time leading scorer and Reno 1868 FC’s star forward, was named the USL’s Most Valuable Player on Wednesday. After a season in which Kelly won the USL’s Golden Boot, leading the league with 18 goals, and earned a spot on the USL’s All-League First Team, Kelly earned his first MVP award. “Dane had a tremendous year, adding to his already stellar legacy,” Reno head coach Ian Russell said.
RENO, Nev. — Three Reno 1868 FC standouts earned a spot on the USL's all-league teams, announced Wednesday. Reno forward and USL Golden Boot winner Dane Kelly earned his second appearance on the postseason team. Kelly led the USL with 18 goals this season, the second most in league history. He was responsible for 22 goals during the year (18 goals, 4 assists) as he led the most potent attack in America. Reno's 75 goals this year set a new USL record for most in a single season.
RENO, Nev. – After playing a full 90 minutes at two positions on Saturday, Reno 1868 FC defender Brent Richards earned a spot on this week’s USL Team of the Week. Richards started at forward Saturday night, his natural position from his college days at the University of Washington. Richards assisted Chris Wehan’s goal in the 41st minute and created an attack in which Antoine Hoppenot scored the go-ahead goal in the 51st minute.
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