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Miller Wins OCCAC Player of the Week

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Glenroy Miller, who scored two game winning goals over three games, was named the OCCAC Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 14.

It is the fourth time this season he has won the honor after getting it the first three weeks of the season.

On Oct. 10, Miller scored the lone goal in a 1-0 upset of No. 5 Schoolcraft College. Then, on Oct. 14, Miller scored two goals in a 4-0 win over Mercyhurst North East CC. He also picked up an assist against Mercyhurst.

The sophomore is currently second in the nation in goals scored with 25, along with two assists. He is three goals short of tying Sean Bucknor's single season record of 28, set by Bucknor in 2006 and 2007.

The No. 15 Express has a chance to make history this week when they close out their regular season with two OCCAC matches. On Wednesday, the Express can clinch at least a share of the OCCAC title with a victory at home over Lakeland Community College. It would be the first OCCAC title in program history.

Should they also win on Saturday at Cincinnati State, the Express would clinch the OCCAC title outright.

Currently, the team is 13-4-1 overall, 9-2-1 in Region XII and 4-0 in the OCCAC. The team has a chance at the Region XII championship should they win out and Schoolcraft College lose one of their final two games. If not, the Express still has the #2 seed wrapped up, which includes a quarterfinal round bye.

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