TAMPA, Fla. - USL League One announced on Monday the Team of the Week Presented by Cleer Audio for Week 13 of the 2021 regular season, with Richmond Kickers forward Emiliano Terzaghi named Player of the Week after recording two goals and an assist in his side’s 3-2 comeback win against North Texas SC on Saturday.

The Argentine attacker leveled the game twice with goals in both the first and second halves. The former was a fantastic, inventive heel flick, and the latter a clinical take from the penalty spot. Terzaghi then set up teammate Jonathan Bolanos for the game-winning goal, helping the Kickers pick up a valuable three points.

Greenville Triumph SC’s dominant 3-0 win against the New England Revolution II sees the team lead all clubs with three players represented in this week’s team.

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GK - Caleb Patterson-Sewell, Toronto FC II:

The veteran goalkeeper was spectacular for TFC II in its Wednesday away win against South Georgia Tormenta FC, making eight saves to preserve the result for his side.

D - Christian Diaz, Forward Madison FC:

Diaz was everywhere for Madison on Wednesday night, contributing at both ends of the pitch in the Flamingos’ 1-0 win against New England. He created three chances, made three tackles, won 10 duels and was fouled three times - all game-highs.

D - Damia Viader, Union Omaha:

The Spaniard continued his strong season on Saturday night, putting in a shift as Omaha ended the game with 10 men in a 1-1 draw with Chattanooga. He led all players in the match in duels won (12), dribbles completed (six), and tackles made (three).

D - Abdi Mohamed, Greenville Triumph SC:

Mohamed’s excellent through ball set up Marios Lomis for the opening goal in Greenville’s 3-0 away win against New England on Sunday. The fullback also made six clearances, won four duels, and created two chances to go along with two tackles.

M - Charlie Dennis, FC Tucson:

Dennis assisted Tucson’s game-winning goal against Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, just one of six chances in total he created. He also led all players in the match with 10 duels won, drew five fouls, and passed at a 95 percent success rate.

M - Aaron Walker, Greenville Triumph SC:

Walker created three chances in Greenville’s win against New England, one of which turned into an assist when Lomis finished it off in style. The midfielder also won seven duels, made two tackles, and recorded six recoveries.

M - Noble Okello, Toronto FC II:

In addition to scoring the opening goal of TFC II’s win over Tormenta last Wednesday from the penalty spot, the Canadian international led all players in the match with four completed tackles and won six duels to boot.

M - Manuel Ferriol, FC Tucson:

Ferriol made a massive impact as a late substitute in Tucson’s win against Fort Lauderdale. He scored the game-winning goal in spectacular fashion from the edge of the area just moments after entering the game, and completed 100 percent of his passes in the closing stages while also winning 3 of his 4 duels.

F - Emiliano Terzaghi, Richmond Kickers:

On top of his contributions to all three of his team’s goals in a narrow win, Terzaghi led all players in Richmond’s victory over North Texas with five total chances created.

F - Marios Lomis, Greenville Triumph SC:

Lomis scored a terrific hat trick to lift Greenville to a momentum-building 3-0 win over New England on Sunday, making him the first player in League One this season to reach double-digit goals. His tally of 11 sees him atop the Golden Boot race.

F - Mark Hernandez, Chattanooga Red Wolves SC:

In a season where Chattanooga has seemed to score late in every one of its matches, it was Hernandez’s turn to play the hero on Saturday. His equalizer in second-half stoppage time picked up what could be an all-important road point for the Red Wolves come the end of the season.

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