Outlaws Trade for Roy Lang

The Denver Outlaws today traded for midfielder Roy Lang of the Florida Launch. In return the Launch will receive goaltender Adam Fullteron who has been a backup goalie with Denver.

Lang, a product of Cornell University, has been in Major League Lacrosse for two seasons where he has 23 career points. Lang was drafted by the Rochester Rattlers in 2012 but played with the Hamilton Nationals in 2013, who recently moved to Florida to become the Launch.

“Roy Lang is an excellent all-around athlete and plays well at both ends of the field,” Outlaws General Manager Tony Seaman said in a press release. “He gives us the ability to transition the ball from the defensive end to the offensive end and is always a threat to score goals. His addition to our team gives us another all-around midfielder with valuable MLL experience.”

Fullteron has twelve career games in seven MLL seasons. He was drafted by Rochester in 2008 and has also served in the United States military. Fullerton has a .533 save percentage and has allowed 56 goals in 252 minutes with 64 career saves.


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