TAMPA, Fla. – The month of April in the 2018 USL regular season produced more than 200 goals across the league’s action. Now it’s your turn to select the best of the 10 selected that will earn the USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Month award.
Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Monday, May 7
USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Month Finalists – April
Alan Winn (NSH) - #NSHvCLT, 4/7/18: Winn put home a fine low finish to the left corner of the net after opening space on the right side of the penalty area with a clever piece of skill to shake his marker.
Nansel Selbol (OC) - #OCvLA, 4/7/18: Seeing a window of opportunity, Selbol picked out the top-right corner of the net with a clever chipped finish from the left side of the penalty area.
Christian Eissele (SAC) - #LVvSAC, 4/14/18: Eissele produced an excellent first-time finish from Villyan Bijev’s low, near-post corner kick from the left to level the score for Republic FC in Las Vegas.
Jose Aguinaga (NY) - #NYvTBR, 4/14/18: Aguinaga took advantage of a good run and layoff by Red Bulls II forward Stefano Bonomo to fire home a precise first-time finish to the top-left corner of the net from 20 yards.
Soony Saad (IND) - #INDvNSH, 4/14/18: Saad landed on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 for a 35-yard strike that produced a massive bend in its flight to wrongfoot Nashville goalkeeper Matt Pickens.
Pedro Ribeiro (FRS) - #FRSvTUL, 4/18/18: Ribeiro unleashed a ferocious left-footed blast from 30 yards that picked out the top-right corner of the net for the Foxes against the Roughnecks.
Jeremy Ebobisse (POR) - #PORvRGV, 4/18/18: Former U.S. U20 international Ebobisse struck a crisp volley home from a knockdown in the penalty area to kickstart a comeback victory for T2.
Ken Tribbett (PEN) - #PENvCHS, 4/21/18: Tribbett came up with a spectacular bicycle kick off Mauricio Eustaquio’s cross to grab Penn an 89th-minute equalizer against the Battery.
Kenney Walker (CIN) - #CINvOTT, 4/28/18: Walker unleashed a remarkable volley from 50 yards out that flew into the right corner of the net, earning the FCC midfielder top spot in ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 that night.
Kevin Partida (RNO) - #RNOvOKC, 4/28/18: Partida’s first professional goal was a stunner as the Nevada native drove upfield before powering his finish from 20 yards off the underside of the crossbar and into the net.