Team of the Week (Wk 15): DPs (David Villa), HGPs (Diego Fagundez) and everyone in between

It may have been a light week in terms of games, but there was no shortage of praiseworthy performances in MLS in Week 15.

Big-money Designated Players and top Homegrown Players alike all found a way to raise their games as conference-title contenders New England Revolution and Seattle Sounders and expansion clubs New York City FC and Orlando City all came up with big wins.

Who had the best day? It's hard to pick, but New England's Diego Fagundez, just 20, set an MLS record as the youngest player to make his 100th regular-season appearance and scored a fantastic full volley to lead the Revs to the win on "the best day" of his still burgeoning career.

Read on to find out who else made the Team of the Week for Week 15:

GK: Bill Hamid (D.C. United) - Saved a penalty kick (even if he couldn't control the rebound) and kept D.C. in the game at times in a 1-0 road loss at Orlando.

D: Jason Hernandez (New York City FC) - His positioning and leadership were key to limiting Montreal's transition game such that their playmakers made a minimal Impact.

D: Andrew Farrell (New England Revolution) - Imperiously shut down Chicago's Kennedy Igboananike and bailed out teammates with a wide range of interventions en route to Revs' fifth shutout.

D: Sean St. Ledger (Orlando City) - One of the big keys to a successful night at the back for the Lions, who became only the fourth MLS team this year to shut out D.C. United.

D: Robbie Rogers (LA Galaxy) - Provided a consistent attacking presence from the back and, although he didn't finish his longest run, he helped set up Sebastian Lletget's goal in Columbus.

M: Scott Caldwell (New England Revolution) - Helped link play, placed his passes well and utterly frustrated Harry Shipp by shadowing him tenaciously wherever he roamed in the attacking half.

M: Tony Tchani (Columbus Crew SC) - Was his confident self in midfield and made one of the decisive passes, even though it was deflected, that led to tying goal against LA.

M: Diego Fagundez (New England Revolution) - A golazo, an MLS record and paced his team's slump-breaking win. Yeah, that'd be the best day for a lot of careers.

F: David Villa (New York City FC) - Great movement for his goal and his assist; when he plays 90 minutes at home, he has three goals, three assists, and NYCFC are 2-0-2.

F: Obafemi Martins (Seattle Sounders) - The best player on the field after coming on in the 61st minute, scoring and assisting as the Sounders pulled away from FC Dallas.

F: Lamar Neagle (Seattle Sounders) - After all the controversy around last week's goal that was waved off, Neagle came through with a key goal early in the second half after Seattle had been outplayed in the first.

Coach: Sigi Schmid (Seattle Sounders) - He may have been spoiled for choice, but his substitutions - Brad Evans at halftime, Martins 15 minutes later - swung the game to Seattle.

Bench: GK Bobby Shuttleworth (New England Revolution), D Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy), D Luke Boden (Orlando City), M Micheal Azira (Seattle Sounders), M Lewis Neal (Orlando City), M Kwadwo Poku (New York City FC), F Patrick Mullins (New York City FC)