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Rochester Rhinos forward Kendall Jagdeosingh has been named to the USL PRO Team of the Week for his one goal, one assist effort last Friday night in a 3-1 win over FC New York. Jagdeosingh set-up Max Ferdinand's fourth minute goal before Ferdinand returned the favor and set-up Jagdeosingh's goal nine minutes later.

“Every day that goes by, we improve." Jagdeosingh said following Friday's victory. "I think that it is good that we are starting to find our form now coming into the end of the season and into the playoffs. I think it is important that we focus and come together and just keep doing all the right things.”

Jagdeosingh now has four goals and one assist this season.

Check out the video below the chart for Friday's postgame interiew with Jagdeosingh. Ferdidnand was named to the Honorable Mention week.

USL PRO Team of the Week

PosPlayerTeamHighlights
GK Hunter Gilstrap Pittsburgh Continued strong form, has only allowed one goal in past four games
D Mettin Copier Dayton Dutch Lions defender had a goal as side took two points on the road
D Colin Falvey Charleston Was excellent as Battery limited Orlando to seven shots in shutout
D Sterling Flunder Pittsburgh Had second goal of career as Riverhounds moved into playoff places
D Tom Parratt Wilmington Stout defender also added goal as Wilmington won twice in Antigua
M Jorge Herrera Charlotte Had a goal, two assists as Eagles won two of three contests
M Alex Caskey Charleston Scored his first professional goal in Battery’s 1-0 win against Orlando
M Luke Vercollone Richmond Had a goal and assist as Kickers won twice to retain second place
M Andres Cuero Wilmington Scored the game-winning goal in Sunday’s 3-2 win against Antigua
F Kendall Jagdeosingh Rochester Had a goal, assist as Rhinos took convincing win against New York
F Sallieu Bundu Charlotte Now leads Eagles in scoring after key goal against Kickers on Friday

Honorable Mention: Antigua – Lawson Robinson; Charleston – Andrew Dykstra, Dane Kelly; Charlotte – Josh Rife, Alan Sanchez; Dayton – Eric Kissinger; Harrisburg – Brian Ombiji, Andrew Welker; New York – Jhonny Arteaga, Don Smart; Pittsburgh – Stefan Lundberg; Richmond – Shaka Bangura; Rochester – Max Ferdinand; Wilmington – Luke Mulholland, Gareth Evans.