A forward who played for leading teams in the American Soccer League, the Cleveland league and the National Soccer League of Chicago.
Lang, who was born and raised in Baltimore, began his pro career there in 1934 and ended it there in 1945, but in between moved to clubs elsewhere as his career as an engineer took him to Cleveland and Chicago. Lang played for Baltimore Canton in the 1934-35 and 1935-36 seasons, leading the ASL in scoring in the second of those, and then played one season in Cleveland and five in Chicago, winning a U.S. Open Cup title in 1938 with Sparta of Chicago. He returned to Baltimore in 1942, and played his final three seasons with the Baltimore Americans.
Inducted in 1950.