Posted on September 7, 2012
TAMPA, Fla. – Trinidad & Tobago international midfielder Kevin Molino of Orlando City, was named Most Valuable Player of the USL PRO league on Friday at the organization’s annual awards luncheon.
Coaches and managers voted in the balloting.
Molino enjoyed a standout season as he was a key performer on an Orlando team that tallied 50 goals, averaging more than 2.5 goals a match. His biggest contribution to the two-time defending champions was his ability to stretch out defenses.
He finished second in the league with seven assists. He also had three goals.
In other voting, the Charleston Battery midfielder Jose Cuevas was selected rookie of the year, Orlando City’s Adrian Heath was picked as coach of the year, Rochester Rhinos defender was tabbed as defender of the year and Rochester’s Kristian Nicht was named goalkeeper of the year.
Categories: Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago
Tags: Adrian Heath, Charleston Battery, Jose Cuevas, Kevin Molino, Kristian Nicht, Orlando City, Rochester Rhinos, USL PRO