1989 Western Soccer League

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Final league standings for the 1989 Western Soccer League season.

League standings[edit]

North Division[edit]

Place Team GP W L GF GA Points
1 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 16 11 5 37 26 98
2 Portland Timbers 16 11 5 32 25 92
3 Seattle Storm 16 10 6 32 23 87
4 Sacramento Senators 16 3 13 20 43 40

South Division[edit]

Place Team GP W L GF GA Points
1 San Diego Nomads 16 12 4 30 18 99
2 Los Angeles Heat 16 10 6 35 19 81
3 Real Santa Barbara 16 5 11 20 35 51
4 Arizona Condors 16 5 11 25 39 50
5 California Kickers 16 5 11 17 30 42

Semifinals[edit]

July 29, 1989
San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA) 1-1
(4-2 pk)
Los Angeles Heat (CA)
Steve Corpening 56' Dale Ervine 88'
Newark Memorial Stadium, San Jose, California
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: (USA)

Final[edit]

August 12, 1989
San Diego Nomads (CA) 1–0 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA)
Paul Wright 49'
Aztec Bowl, San Diego, California
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: (USA)

Points leaders[1][edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals Assists Points
1 Jerome Watson San Diego Nomads 10 7 27
2 Steve Corpening San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 11 2 24
3 Mark Kerlin Arizona Condors 9 4 22
4 Wes Wade Arizona Condors 10 1 21
5 Chance Fry Seattle Storm 8 4 20
6 Jeff Hooker Los Angeles Heat 7 5 19
7 Scott Benedetti Portland Timbers 8 1 17
Steve Boardman San Diego Nomads 7 3 17
9 Rob Baarts Portland Timbers 7 0 14
Robert Lang San Diego Nomads 7 0 14
Eddie Henderson Seattle Storm 5 4 14
12 Dave Palic San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 6 1 13
Thien Nguyen San Diego Nomads 3 7 13
14 Brent Goulet Seattle Storm 6 0 12
Steve Petuskey Sacramento Senators 5 2 12
Dominic Kinnear San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 4 4 12
17 Chris John F.C. Portland 5 1 11
Billy Thompson Los Angeles Heat 5 1 11
Peter Hattrup Seattle Storm 4 3 11
Jim Webber Portland Timbers 4 3 11
Jim Gabarra Los Angeles Heat 4 3 11
22 Cesar Plasencia Sacramento Senators 3 4 10
Townsend Qin San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 3 4 10

Honors[edit]

  • First Team All League
Goalkeeper: Kasey Keller
Defenders: Marcelo Balboa, John Doyle, Mike Lapper, Cle Kooiman
Midfielders: Dominic Kinnear, John Bain, Chris Henderson
Forwards: Scott Benedetti, Jeff Hooker, Mark Kerlin
  • Second Team All League
Goalkeeper: Todd Elias
Defenders: Steve Boardman, Troy Dayak, Grant Gibbs, Arturo Velazco
Midfielders: Jim Gabarra, Jerome Watson
Forwards: Steve Corpening, Brent Goulet, Eddie Henderson, Wes Wade

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