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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

RailHawks midfielder Matt Watson honored by USL-1

Posted by on Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 6:57 PM

Matt Watson, fresh off winning team MVP honors, was named to USL-1's All-League second team. He follows fellow midfielder Kupono Low, who picked up the same two awards last year.

Watson, who scored one goal and tallied four assists for six points total, played 25 games in a season in which he was often injured. He also attracted attention as an MLS prospect.

’Hawks fans hope such a career move will come later rather than sooner.

Here's the complete list of the USL-1's All-League teams.

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