1989 Southwest Outdoor Soccer League

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The 1989 Southwest Outdoor Soccer League season was the first outdoor and fourth overall season of the Southwest Indoor Soccer League.

Overview[edit]

After running three winter indoor seasons beginning in 1986, the Southwest Indoor Soccer League added its first summer outdoor season in 1989. With the move outdoors, the league added the Colorado Comets and Tulsa Renegades who quickly proved their worth when they finished at the top of the standing. The move outdoor brought a short-lived name change as the league rebranded itself as the Southwest Outdoor Soccer League. The season began on May 27, 1989.[1]

League standings[edit]

Place Team P W L GF GA GD Points
1 Colorado Comets 12 11 1 49 12 +37 98
2 Tulsa Renegades 12 10 2 36 13 +23 90
3 Addison Arrows 12 8 4 23 16 +7 68
4 Austin Sockadillos 12 6 6 32 30 +2 57
5 Albuquerque Gunners 12 5 7 31 35 -4 52
6 San Antonio Heat 12 4 8 18 35 -17 33
7 Lubbock Lazers 12 2 10 15 43 -18 27
8 Oklahoma City Warriors 12 2 10 9 36 -27 21

Semifinal[edit]

  • The Addison Arrows defeated the Tulsa Renegades: 1-1 (PK), 1-4, 0-0 (PK)

Final[edit]

Honors[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Kelvin Norman, Colorado Comets
  • Top Scorer: Don Gallegos, Colorado Comets (13 goals)
  • Assist Leader: Chino Melendez, Colorado Comets; Steve Hayes, Tulsa Renegades (8 assists each)
  • Top Goalkeeper: Craig Lemmering, Colorado Comets
  • Coach of the Year: Ed Eid, Colorado Comets

References[edit]

  1. ^ Soccer Opener May 27 The Daily Oklahoman - Friday, April 28, 1989

External links[edit]