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Extractions: Goals: Biography: Roy Lassiter still holds the MLS single-season scoring record with 26 goals for the Tampa Bay Mutiny during the league's first season in 1996. While injuries got in Lassiter's way in 1997, limiting his goal-scoring production to 10 goals, he found his form the following year after being traded to D.C. United for Roy Wegerle in one of the more high-profile trades in the history of MLS. In '98, he amassed 18 goals in only 25 games. The following season, he won an MLS Cup with D.C. United while scoring 18 goals. Lassiter later moved on to the Miami Fusion, Kansas City Wizards and another short stint with D.C. United before moving to the A-League in 2002 to play for the Virginia Beach Mariners. He retired in 2004 after a stint with the Laredo Heat of the USL Premier Development League and the Austin Posse. Overall, Lassiter scored four goals and earned 30 caps for the U.S. national team during his career. National Team Highlights:
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Extractions: Jr., chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District The Dallas County Community College District (or DCCCD for short) is a network of seven community colleges in Dallas County, Texas (USA). The district was founded in 1965 and the first school, El Centro College, located in downtown Dallas, was established in 1966. , has been appointed serve as a member of the Association of Community College Trustees advisory committee of presidents. Lassiter's appointment began Jan. 1 and will continue to Dec. 31, 2010. He recently attended the first meeting of that group on as part of the ACCT's National Legislative Summit in Washing ton, D.C. The ACCT's committee of presidents was established to ensure that chief executives have a voice in recommending and evaluating educational programs offered by the association.
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