It's Miller Time... Again
(Rochester, NY) Doug Miller returns to play for the Lancers. The Living Legend of Rochester Soccer was re-signed before the roster freeze. Miller will be the only pro American soccer player to play in four different decades.
Miller started his career in 1991 with the Baltimore Blast, then became a household name in Rochester, NY with the Rhinos in 1996, and in the same year with the Buffalo Blizzard. Miller joined the Indoor Lancers in 2011 and soon became the league MVP. He returned to play for the Outdoor Lancers in the NPSL in 2017 and made an apperance in 2018 and 2019 with the Outdoor club. In 2019, Miller returned again to play for the M2 Indoor Lancers.
And now in 2020, with the MASL Indoor Lancers, we hope to see Miller play in one of our final five games this season.
"I was a huge fan of Doug Miller in the early 90's with Baltimore and Cleveland," said Salvatore SoccerSam Fantauzzo, "He helped changed Rochester soccer in 1996 with the Rhinos. He has devoted his life to help develop youth soccer in our area, and has been a loyal Lancers player and now coach. I hope to see him play one game this season."
The Lancers next home games are on Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7 at 7PM at the Roc Dome Arena. RLancers.com for tickets.
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