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The Dayton Dutch Lions (4-6-3) wrap up the 2017 season as they welcome in the West Virginia Chaos (6-6-1) to DOC Stadium.  After a 2-1 loss at K-W United on Wednesday, the Dutch Lions aim to snap a five-game winless streak (0-2-3).  The Chaos enter play on a three-game winning streak.

Pietrzak and Roetgerman named OCCAC Sportsmanship of the Year

Dayton, OH – The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) has awarded five individuals the Sportsmanship of the Year award in their respective sports and an All-Sportsmanship conference team as part of the conference’s inaugural Sportsmanship honors.

Sinclair has two individuals earning the Sportsmanship of the Year award for their sports and 3 more being named to the OCCAC All-Sportsmanship team for 2016-17. Continue Reading

Just seven days following their 0-0 draw, the venue switches to DOC stadium as the Dayton Dutch Lions (4-5-2) host the Cincinnati Dutch Lions (5-5-2) for their third and final game of the 2017 season.

The Dayton Dutch Lions (4-4-0, 12 pts) look to get back in the playoff hunt against the top team in the Great Lakes Division, K-W United (7-2-0, 21 pts). Last time, United got the best of the Dutch Lions 2-0 on the road. Can Dayton do better within the friendly confines of DOC Stadium?