Khesanio Hall named in PDL 2015 All-Conference Team

MIAMI, FL Sporting Alert – Former St. Elizabeth Technical striker Khesanio Hall was among the players selected in the PDL 2015 All-Conference Teams that were announced on Monday (July 27).

MIAMI, FL Sporting Alert – Former St. Elizabeth Technical striker Khesanio Hall was among the players selected in the PDL 2015 All-Conference Teams that were announced on Monday (July 27).

Hall, who made his debut for the Jamaica Reggae senior team against Trinidad and Tobago in 2013, was the leading goalscorer for the Ocean City Nor’easters where he netted nine goals from 13 appearances in his first season in the league.

For his efforts, he was selected among the three strikers named in the PDL All-Eastern Conference team, where he will be joined by fellow Jamaican Anthony Grant of the Seacoast United Phantoms, who was the leading scorer with 12 goals in the league and Trinidad & Tobago’s Nathan Regis of the Charlotte Eagles.

The latter netted 11 times during the PDL season.

Hall, who suited out for NAIA outfits Oklahoma Wesleyan University during the collegiate season last year, collected 20 points on the campaign this summer to rank No. 10 in the points list.

The young Reggae Boyz enjoyed his best performance against the Lehigh Valley United Sonic, where he netted a hat-trick from five shots in an impressive 8-0 victory earlier this month.

PDL All-Conference Teams
All-Eastern Conference

GK – Matt Williams, GPS Portland Phoenix
D – Timothy Schmoll, New York Red Bulls U23
D – Jordan Becker, Baltimore Bohemians
D – Kouassi Sylvain N’guessan, Jersey Express*
D – Lalas Abubakar, Charlotte Eagles
M – Carlos Vitor Alvarenga Silva, Jersey Express
M – Joe Holland, Long Island Rough Riders
M – Sam Blackman, Southern West Virginia King’s Warriors
F – Nathan Regis, Charlotte Eagles
F – Anthony Grant, Seacoast United Phantoms*
F – Khesanio Hall, Ocean City Nor’easters

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