The Wave’s Luan Oliveira was named to the MISL Team of the Week. The rookie led the Wave as they rallied past the Chicago Soul on Saturday. Oliveira had two goals and an assist as the Wave overcame a five-point halftime deficit against the Soul to win.
Also named to the Team of the Week was Bryan O’Quinn (Syracuse), Leo Gibson (Missouri), Ryan Hall (Syracuse) Doug Miller (Rochester) and Jamar Beasley (Syracuse). Doug Miller is the MISL Player of the Week after his record-typing performance on Saturday night.
The Wave plays at home Saturday at 3 p.m. against Rochester. A special Chipotle dinner and a game package is available for Saturday’s game. It includes four burritos, sodas, and game tickets. Season tickets, flex plans and single-game tickets are also on sale. For more information on tickets visit www.milwaukeewave.com or call 414.224.9283.
The Milwaukee Wave professional indoor soccer team is the longest-running professional soccer team in the country. The Wave completed their 28th season by winning their sixth Major Indoor Soccer League championship. Their summer camp program is the largest team-operated program in the country. For more information about the Milwaukee Wave, visit milwaukeewave.com or call 414-224-9283.
USL acquired the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) in May, 2011 and began operating North America’s most storied and tradition-rich professional indoor soccer league for the 2011-12 season. The MISL represents the top level of professional indoor soccer in North America and currently consists of seven franchises. The league roster includes franchises in Baltimore, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Norfolk, Rochester, Syracuse and Wichita. MISL Public Relations - Jay Preble / Nicholas Murray / Seth Witkowicz - Tampa, FL - 813.963.3909 - Twitter: @MISLSoccer
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The USL has become the largest organization of elite-level soccer leagues in North America by building on the vision, commitment, and passion of players, fans and investors. Now in its third decade of operation, USL continues to be a driving force in the growth of soccer in the United States, Canada and Caribbean. USL provides a clearly defined path for the progression of male and female soccer players beginning at the youth level (Super Y-League/Super-20 League), continuing through the amateur level (PDL/W-League) and up to the professional level, both outdoor and indoor (USL PRO/MISL). A platform for countless players to reach for their dreams each year, USL is devoted to developing the sport at the grassroots level in every community across the region.