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Albany Dutchmen Add Pair of Veteran Outfielders

The summer season at times can be grueling and long, it's important to have players that have been through the grind of a full college season.  To that end, the Dutchmen continue to build a strong experienced team with the additions of two sophomore outfielders, Will Miller and James Locklear.

Miller, a six foot outfielder from Kannapolis, NC originally signed with Wingate University after graduating from NW Cabarrus High School.  A former two sport star, Miller red shirted at Wingate before transferring closer to home and playing for the Albermale College Dolphins.  In his first season with the team, Miller is quickly proving his worth.  He is currently batting .417 in 22 games with two triples, a home run and 14 RBI's.  Miller has found his way on base at an extraordinary pace, compiling a .511 on base percentage.  Showing off the versatility in his game, Miller has stolen 16 bases while been caught just once.  Miller figures to be a fixture in the Dutchmen's expansive outfield this summer.

Joining him in patrolling the outfield grass will be Rider University sophomore James Locklear.  A 6'3" left handed hitter from Hamilton, NJ, Locklear came to Rider after a prestigious career at Steinert HS.  Named the Colonial Conference Player of the Year in his senior season, Locklear capped off a tenure that also saw him awarded first team All County, All South Jersey and Third Team All State. As a freshman starter last year, he hit .253 with 18 RBI's and 8 stolen bases.  Overcoming a slow start this season, Locklear has already driven in 15 runs while starting all 25 games for Rider.



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