August 13, 2001 |
Roy Lassiter scored on a penalty kick in injury time to give the Kansas City Wizards to a 2-2 tie with the Colorado Rapids in front of 9,342 on Sunday at Denver. The penalty was called for an inadvertent hand ball off a corner kick by defenseman Marcelo Balboa. Lassiter rifled the shot past goalie Scott Garlick for his first penalty-kick goal this season. Colorado (5-9-8) wasted a two-goal effort by John Spencer. The Wizards improved to 9-10-3.
March 21, 1999 |
Roy Lassiter had two goals against his former team and Carlos Llamosa and Jaime Moreno scored four minutes apart early in the second half as D.C. United defeated the Tampa Bay Mutiny, 5-2, before 16,872 at Tampa, Fla., on opening night of the MLS season. Lassiter, traded from Tampa Bay to D.C. United last season, made the score 3-0 in the 66th minute and added his second goal in the 86th. He has 20 goals in 26 games with D.C. United. "I had a real good feeling before the game," D.C.
July 5, 1996 |
Roy Lassiter had two goals and an assist in the second half Thursday night at Tampa, Fla., to lead Tampa Bay to a 4-1 victory over the Columbus Crew, ending the Mutiny's three-game losing streak. Lassiter set up Steve Ralston with a goal in the 56th minute that broke a 1-1 tie. He added goals in the 73rd and 78th minutes before the crowd of 18,761. Dallas 2, D.C. 1--The Burn outscored the United, 3-1, in a shootout at Dallas before a crowd of 18,177.
May 24, 1996 |
Colombian star Carlos Valderrama set up Roy Lassiter's goal in the 82nd minute Thursday night, leading the Tampa Bay Mutiny to a 1-0 victory over the Dallas Burn. Before a Cotton Bowl crowd of 11,457, Tampa Bay raised its record to 6-2. Dallas is 4-3-2.
September 15, 1996 |
U.S. national team player Roy Lassiter scored his league-leading 24th goal Saturday as the Tampa Bay Mutiny defeated the D.C. United, 2-0, in Major League Soccer action before 8,135. Lassiter, who also leads the league in scoring with 52 points, headed in Frank Hejduk's crossing passing in the 51st minute to give Tampa Bay a 2-0 lead. Steve Ralston scored the other goal.
September 26, 1996 |
Roy Lassiter scored two goals in the final eight minutes Wednesday night to give the Tampa Bay Mutiny a 2-0 victory over the Columbus Crew before 20,807 in the first game of their Major League Soccer Eastern Conference playoff. Tampa Bay can wrap up the best-of-three first-round series Saturday at home. Lassiter, who leads the MLS with 29 goals, has scored 27 in his last 25 games.