After yet another spectacular match setting up his teammates, Reno 1868 FC midfielder Antoine Hoppenot was named to the USL’s Team of the Week Tuesday.

Hoppenot earned his second USL Team of the Week honor of 2018 after recording his sixth assist of the season (team high) in Saturday’s 2-0 win over San Antonio FC.

The win helped Reno remain undefeated for the 12th straight match, extending a club record. Reno is now seventh in the USL’s Western Conference (playoff position). 

Hoppenot and the rest of Reno 1868 FC returns to Greater Nevada Field on Saturday for a major Western Conference battle against Portland Timbers 2.

Kickoff for that match is slated for 7:15 p.m. and tickets can be purchased at or at the Greater Nevada Field box office.

USL Team of the Week

GK – Michael Nelson, Rio Grande Valley FC: Nelson recorded a six-save shutout in his professional debut for the Toros, as RGVFC played to a 0-0 draw with second-place Phoenix Rising FC.

D – Skylar Thomas, Charleston Battery – Thomas won 11 of 15 duels overall, completed 44 of 50 passes and recorded seven clearances and one interception as the Battery played to a 0-0 draw with Pittsburgh.

D – Hugh Roberts, Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC: Roberts won 17 of 24 duels overall and recorded five clearances, four tackles and three interceptions in Riverhounds SC’s 0-0 draw with the Charleston Battery.

D – Je-Vaughn Watson, Charlotte Independence: Watson recorded four interceptions and three clearances while completing 54 of 59 passes in Charlotte’s 1-1 draw with the Richmond Kickers.

M – Antoine Hoppenot, Reno 1868 FC: Hoppenot recorded his sixth assist of the season, and consistently linked up play, as he recorded five key passes in Reno’s 2-0 victory on the road against San Antonio FC.

M – Aodhan Quinn, Orange County SC: Quinn recorded a goal and two assists while completing 57 of 65 passes, as Orange County swept to a 6-1 victory against Tulsa Roughnecks FC on Saturday.

M – Chase Minter, Swope Park Rangers: Minter recorded one assist and logged six key passes while completing 34 of 40 passes in Swope Park’s victory against Las Vegas Lights FC on Sunday.

M – Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel FC: Nanco recorded two assists after coming on as a substitute late in the first half, as Bethlehem rallied for a 2-2 draw against the New York Red Bulls II last Wednesday evening.

F – Daniel Rios, North Carolina FC: Rios scored twice, including an 87th-minute equalizer, as North Carolina earned a 2-2 draw with Louisville City FC on Saturday night.

F – Adonijah Reid, Ottawa Fury FC: Reid scored the first hat trick in Fury FC’s professional history, as he led the side to a 3-0 victory against the New York Red Bulls II on Sunday evening.

F – Lucky Mkosana, Penn FC: Mkosana scored both goals, as Penn rallied to take a 2-1 victory against the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Friday night, which handed Tampa Bay its first home loss of the season.

Bench: Maxime Crepeau (OTT), Drew Beckie (OKC), Cameron Iwasa (SAC), Christian Volesky (OKC), Stefano Bonomo (NY), Brian Shriver (RIC), Thomas Enevoldsen (OC)

(Reno 1868 FC)