1989 Western Soccer League

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Western Soccer League
-1989 Season-
Season 1989
Champions San Diego Nomads
(2nd title)
Premiers San Diego Nomads
(2nd title)
Top goalscorer Steve Corpening
(11 goals)
1988

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 Los Angeles Heat (CA)
Steve Corpening 56' Dale Ervine 88'
  Penalties  
4 – 2
Newark Memorial Stadium, San Jose, California
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: (USA)

Final[edit]

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]

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

References[edit]

External links[edit]