FRESNO, Calif. - Center back Ramon Martin Del Campo was named to the USL Championship's Best XI for Week 25, the league announced Tuesday. Del Campo provided for the 90th-minute heroics in the club's 2-1 win over Colorado Springs, scoring the game-winning goal to give Fresno sole possession of second place in the Western Conference standings. Del Campo also won 7 of 9 duels and 6 of 7 aerials and completed 16 of 21 passes.
This is Del Campo's second TOTW award this season, also earning it in Week 23 when he scored the game-winning goal at the 79th minute of Fresno's 2-1 win against OKC Energy FC. It is the sixth of his three-year USL career. He received the honor twice last season and twice in 2017 with Ottawa Fury FC.
Del Campo's Week 25 selection marks the 13th time this season a Fresno FC player has been selected to the USL Championship Team of the Week.
The other Foxes who have been named to the USL Championship Team of the Week in 2019 are: left back Alex Cooper (Week 1), midfielder Arun Basuljevic (Week 2), forward Christian Chaney (Week 9), midfielder Jackson (Week 10), forward Qudus Lawal (Week 12), midfielder Jemal Johnson (Weeks 6, 15 and 16), Elijah Martin (Week 18), and goalkeeper CJ Cochran (Week 3 and 19).
Fresno FC (13-3-8, 47 points) is in second place in the USL’s Western Conference, and plays next at Tulsa Roughnecks FC (4-13-7) this Saturday, August 31. Kickoff is 5:30 p.m. PT and will be televised on CW59 and ESPN+. It's the first of three consecutive road matches for Los Zorros, who then play at Reno 1868 FC and Las Vegas Lights FC, respectively. Fresno FC returns to the Valley for two games in four days beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 18th against RGV FC Toros, and then a battle with first-place Phoenix Rising FC on Saturday, Sept. 21st. Kickoff for both home matches is 7:30 p.m. PT at Chukchansi Park.
Tickets are on sale for both matches, and fans can take advantage of the 5-for-$55 midfield ticket deal for both by calling 559-320-2525 or stopping by the ticket office at Chukchansi Park. Tickets are also available at FresnoFC.com
USL Championship Team of the Week
GK – Thomas Olsen, Las Vegas Lights FC: Olsen recorded a five-save shutout and was also sharp in his distribution as he completed 28 of 34 passes in Lights FC’s 1-0 win against the Portland Timbers 2.
D – Kyle Duncan, New York Red Bulls II: Duncan recorded the game-winning goal – his first as a professional – and an assist in New York’s win against Nashville and completed 84 of 110 passes over two games for the week.
D – Ken Tribbett, Nashville SC: Tribbett recorded one goal and one assist over two contests while also winning 15 of 23 duels and 8 of 12 aerials to help Nashville remain in the top three in the Eastern Conference.
D – Ramon Martin Del Campo, Fresno FC: Del Campo scored a late game-winner against Colorado Springs to cap a performance in which he also won 7 of 9 duels and 6 of 7 aerials and completed 16 of 21 passes.
D – Carl Haworth, Ottawa Fury FC: Haworth scored the opening goal in Ottawa’s victory against Saint Louis on his fourth free kick finish of the season while also completing 47 of 59 passes and winning 5 of 8 duels.
M – Cristian Parano, San Antonio FC: Parano recorded two goals, two assists, five chances created and completed 36 of 42 passes as San Antonio defeated New Mexico United 5-0 at Toyota Field.
M – Kwadwo Poku, Tampa Bay Rowdies: Poku scored twice in Tampa Bay’s victory against Memphis on Saturday and over two games for the week completed 96 of 108 passes and completed 7 of 8 dribbles.
M – Drew Conner, Indy Eleven: Conner scored a pair of goals in his first start for the Eleven on Sunday against Charlotte while completing 42 of 44 passes and recording two key passes.
M – Jared Stroud, New York Red Bulls II: Stroud scored in each contest as the Red Bulls II swept a pair of road games against Nashville SC and the Swope Park Rangers while also recording four chances created.
M – Steven Miller, North Carolina FC: Miller had a pair of goals and made seven recoveries in NCFC’s midweek win against Tampa Bay, and completed 34 of 46 passes across two games for the week.
F – Wojciech Wojcik, Hartford Athletic: Wojcik came off the bench and lead Hartford’s rally with two goals, including a late game-winner, while also completing 9 of 10 passes in the side’s victory against Atlanta.
Bench: Kyle Morton (PIT), Oscar Jimenez (LOU), Eric Bird (RGV), Malik Johnson (TBR), Rafael Garcia (OKC), Aodhan Quinn (OC), Prosper Kasim (BHM)