Kadin Chung - white WFC2 jersey - 2016
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Port Coquitlam's Kadin Chung named to USL Team of the Week

VANCOUVER, BC  Port Coquitlam's Kadin Chung has been named to the USL Team of the Week, the league announced on Tuesday.

The 17-year-old was instrumental in the WFC2 come-from-behind 3-2 win this past Wednesday evening, joining the attack to spark the 'Caps rally.

Chung stole the show in the 67th minute with a crowd-pleasing move to initiate the comeback. Starting from the right edge of the box, the right back turned on the spin cycle to leave a pair of Tulsa defenders in the dust, then set up striker Kyle Greig for a header to tie the match. 

Also honoured by the league this week is 20-year-old Kianz Froese. The first team midfielder was a constant threat and scored the 2-2 equalizing goal with five minutes remaining.

The 'Caps would score a last-minute winner to remain unbeaten on the season.

USL Team of the Week
GK – Greg Ranjitsingh, Louisville City FC: Ranjitsingh posted his second consecutive shutout as Louisville took a 2-0 win against Toronto FC II last Wednesday.
D – Kadin Chung, Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2: Chung was strong at fullback and pulled off a highlight-reel move to create WFC2’s first goal in their 3-2 win against Tulsa.
D – Richard Dixon, Saint Louis FC: Dixon recorded an assist and was solid defensively as STLFC pushed its undefeated streak to five games with a 3-0 win against the Swope Park Rangers.
D – Emrah Klimenta, Sacramento Republic FC: Klimenta scored the opening goal in Republic FC’s 2-0 win on the road against the LA Galaxy II, and was solid defensively.
M – Yann Ekra, Charlotte Independence: Ekra put in a dominant performance in the center of the field as the Independence won their fourth consecutive game by defeating FC Montreal.
M – Robbie Lovejoy, Rio Grande Valley FC: Lovejoy scored twice, including a stoppage-time game-winner, as the Toros took a thrilling 3-2 win against San Antonio FC.
M – Kenardo Forbes, Rochester Rhinos: Forbes scored his side’s second goal in a 3-2 win against Charleston, and was dangerous throughout the game.
M – Kenney Walker, FC Cincinnati: Walker put in a strong overall performance and scored a blistering finish to lead Cincinnati to a 3-1 win against Orlando City B.
F – Sammy Ochoa, Tulsa Roughnecks FC: Ochoa scored four goals in two games, leading Tulsa to the brink of victory in Vancouver, and then the side’s second win of the season in Seattle.
F – Jack McBean, LA Galaxy II: McBean continued his hot streak with a hat trick in the Galaxy II’s 3-2 victory against Colorado Springs last Wednesday night.
F – Neco Brett, Portland Timbers 2: Brett scored his first two professional goals as T2 took a 3-1 victory against Real Monarchs SLC.

Bench: Kendall McIntosh (POR), Braeden Troyer (RIC), Kianz Froese (VAN), Derrick Etienne Jr. (NY), Saeed Robinson (COS), Caleb Calvert (CLT), Steevan Dos Santos (ROC)

This year, every Tier 1 ‘Caps Club MLS membership includes three open tickets to WFC2 matches. Members can select their matches and theme days online through Account Manager. Information on theme days is available at whitecapsfc.com/wfc2/themedays.

Youth season passes are also available for $30 all in. For more information contact wfc2@whitecapsfc.com or call 604-484-7862.