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Sito Seoane Named to USL League One Team of the Week

By Grace Stewart, 08/27/19, 4:15PM EDT

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Week 22 marks Seoane's third appearance on Team of the Week

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC forward Sito Seoane has been named to the USL League One Team of the Week for Week 22 of the league’s inaugural 2019 season.

Seoane netted the equalizer and completed 9 of 13 passes overall in the Red Wolves' midweek matchup against South Georgia Tormenta FC on Wednesday.

Ten minutes into the second half, defender Tony Walls nodded the ball back to Seoane off of Vangel Zguro’s free kick service sent in from the left flank. Seoane got his foot on the bouncing ball, slipping it through traffic and into the back of the net. The goal marked Seoane’s fourth of the season. 

Seoane has been in impressive form recently, earning starts in the last ten matches. He is a top three contender on the team in total shots, shots on target and goals. Interesting enough, all four of Seoane’s goals have been on the road. 

Week 22 marks Seoane's third appearance on Team of the Week.

Chattanooga travels to Tucson, Arizona to face FC Tucson on Friday, Aug. 30 at Kino Sports Complex for the final matchup between the two clubs. Kickoff is set for 10:30 p.m. ET, and fans can stream the action live on ESPN+. Following the match, the Red Wolves will spend two more weeks on the road before returning home to host Orlando City B at David Stanton Field on Saturday, Sept. 21. For tickets, visit chattredwolves.com/tickets

USL League One Team of the Week

GK – Eric Klenofsky, Toronto FC II: Klenofsky recorded a three-save shutout as Toronto earned draw against Greenville Triumph SC on Friday night at the BMO Training Ground.

D – Christian Diaz, Forward Madison FC: Diaz’s first goal of the season lifted the Flamingos to victory against the Richmond Kickers in a performance that also saw him record nine recoveries and complete 39 of 51 passes.

D – Terique Mohammed, Toronto FC II: Mohammed recorded 12 recoveries, completed 5 of 7 dribbles and made three interceptions as Toronto posted a shutout against Greenville Triumph SC.

D – Cole Seiler, Greenville Triumph SC: Seiler made three interceptions, won 8 of 11 aerials and had two key passes as Triumph SC earned a point on the road with a shutout against Toronto FC II.

M – Nick Moon, Lansing Ignite FC: Moon recorded a pair of assists, completed 20 of 26 passes and made 11 recoveries in Lansing’s 4-1 victory against North Texas SC last Thursday night.

M – Charlie Dennis, South Georgia Tormenta FC: Dennis completed 35 of 41 passes and won 9 of 12 duels in addition to finding the net in Tormenta FC’s 1-1 draw with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC.

M – Robinson Moshobane, Lansing Ignite FC: Moshobane notched a goal and assist, had four key passes overall and made 10 recoveries in Ignite FC’s 4-1 victory against North Texas SC.

M – Erik Virgen, FC Tucson: Virgen complemented his goal by completing 34 of 37 passes and winning 4 of 6 duels in Tucson’s key 3-1 victory at home against Orlando City B.

M – Sito Seoane, Chattanooga Red Wolves FC: Seoane scored a second-half equalizer on the road for the Red Wolves while also completing 9 of 13 passes overall in a 1-1 draw with Tormenta FC.

F – Pato Botello Faz, Lansing Ignite FC: Pato scored a pair of goals and completed 18 of 24 passes to help lead Ignite FC to victory against North Texas SC that moved Lansing to the top of League One’s standings.

F – Jordan Jones, FC Tucson: Jones notched a goal and assist to lead Tucson to an important home win against Orlando City B as its push to reach the League One Playoffs continued.

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