1989 Philadelphia Wings season
|1989 Philadelphia Wings|
|Major Indoor Lacrosse League Champions|
|League||Major Indoor Lacrosse League|
|General Manager||Mike French|
|Assists||John Tucker (28)|
|Points||Brad Kotz (50)|
The 1989 Philadelphia Wings season marked the team's third season of operation. In 1989, the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League changed its name to the Major Indoor Lacrosse League.
The Wings also made a move on the field that season, winning their first league championship. This was the first of a record six National Lacrosse league titles. They recorded 7 wins and 2 losses while once again drawing upon an ever increasing home base, with a total home attendance of 74,876 (14,975 per game).
|1||January 14, 1989||vs.||New England Blazers||19 - 8||16,269||Win|
|2||January 21, 1989||at||Baltimore Thunder||14 - 13||6,479||Win|
|3||January 28, 1989||at||New York Saints||16 - 20||9,324||Loss|
|4||February 12, 1989||vs.||Baltimore Thunder||14 - 9||12,220||Win|
|5||February 18, 1989||vs.||Detroit Turbos||19 - 10||13,932||Win|
|6||February 24, 1989||at||New England Blazers||16 - 11||8,107||Win|
|7||March 4, 1989||at||Detroit Turbos||11 - 16||10,637||Loss|
|8||March 10, 1989||vs.||Washington Wave||13 - 9||16,413||Win|
|9 (p)||April 7, 1989||vs.||New York Saints||11 - 10 *||16,042||Win|
(p) - denotes playoff game
- * MILL Championship
- The Wings drew a total of 74,876 fans at home, 14,975 per game.
- Brad Kotz led the league with 50 points and 31 goals, John Tucker led the league with 28 assists.
- The Wings won the first of their league record six total championships.
Reference: WingsZone History Archive