1991 American Professional Soccer League

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American Professional Soccer League -1991 Season-
Season 1991
Champions San Francisco Bay Blackhawks
(1st title)
Premiers Maryland Bays
(1st title)
Top goalscorer Jean Harbor
(17 goals)
1990
1992

Final league standings for the 1991 American Professional Soccer League season.

Regular season[edit]

American Conference[edit]

Place Team GP W L WN WE WS LN LE LS GF GA GD Points
1 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 21 15 6 11 0 4 3 1 2 39 21 +18 117
2 Albany Capitals 21 10 11 9 1 0 7 1 3 27 29 −2 92
3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 21 8 13 7 1 0 13 0 0 26 27 −1 69
4 Penn-Jersey Spirit 21 6 15 4 0 2 13 0 2 25 50 −25 61
5 Miami Freedom 21 6 15 5 0 1 14 1 0 19 53 −34 52

Western Conference[edit]

Place Team GP W L WN WE WS LN LE LS GF GA GD Points
1 Maryland Bays 21 19 2 17 1 1 2 0 0 54 23 +31 158
2 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 21 17 4 12 1 4 2 1 1 33 16 +17 126
3 Colorado Foxes 21 13 8 11 1 1 7 0 1 36 27 +9 111
4 Salt Lake Sting 20 3 17 3 0 0 14 1 2 12 22 −10 33

Playoffs[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Semifinals
Best-of-3
1991 APSL Championship
Best-of-3
          
1 Maryland Bays 2 1 0(4)
4 Albany Capitals 1 2 0(5)
4 Albany Capitals 3 0 0(3)
3 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 1 2 0(4)
2 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 0 0 -
3 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 1 1 -

Semifinal 1[edit]

Albany Capitals (NY) 2–1 (OT) Maryland Bays (MD)
Dave Smyth Goal 2'
Lee Tschantret Golden goal 101'
Goal 77' Kevin Sloan


Maryland Bays (MD) 2–1 Albany Capitals (NY)
Philip Gyau Goal 20' (Jackson)
Kevin Sloan Goal 69'
Kevin Sloan Yellow card
Report Goal 89' Chris Szanto
Cedar Lane Park, Maryland
Attendance: 2,741


Maryland Bays (MD) 0–0 Albany Capitals (NY)
report
Penalties
Jean Harbor Penalty scored
Brian Haynes Penalty scored
Omid Namazi Penalty scored
John Abe Penalty missed
Scott Cook Penalty scored
4–5 Penalty scored John Garvey
Penalty scored Scott Cannon
Penalty scored Zoran Savic
Penalty scored Mike Masters
Penalty scored Lee Tschantret
Cedar Lane Park, Maryland
Attendance: 2,741
Referee: (USA)

The Albany Capitals adanvced to the final.


Semifinal 2[edit]

San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA) 1–0 (OT) Fort Lauderdale Strikers (FL)
Eric Wynalda Yellow card 89:59'
Dominic Kinnear Golden goal 96:33'  (Qin, Salazar)
report Adrian Gaiten Yellow card 79:31'
Attendance: 6,041
Referee: Brian Hall
Fort Lauderdale Strikers (FL) 0–1 (OT) San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA)
John Clare Yellow card 24:25' report Lawrence Lozzano Yellow card 83:00'
Eric Wynalda Golden goal 95:56'  (Isaacs)
Attendance: 2,476
Referee: Raul Dominguez

The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks advanced to the final.


Final[edit]

Albany Capitals (NY) 3–1 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA)
Mark Dougherty Goal 4:36' (o.g.)
Ramiro Borja Goal 34:13' (Savic, Mariner)
Mike Masters Goal 63:57' (Cannon)
Paul Mariner Yellow card 72'
Lee Tschantret Yellow card
Report 1
Report 2
Derek Van Rheenen Goal 36:13' (Wynalda)
Bleecker Stadium, Albany, New York
Attendance: 4,061


San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA) 2–0 Albany Capitals (NY)
Townsend Qin Goal 15'
Marcelo Balboa Goal 75'
report


San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA) 0–0 Albany Capitals (NY)
Report 1
Report 2
Penalties
Dominic Kinnear Penalty scored
Townsend Qin Penalty scored
Jorge Salazar Penalty scored
Peter Isaacs Penalty missed
Chance Fry Penalty scored
4–3 Penalty scored ?
Penalty missed Todd Jackson
Penalty scored ?
Penalty scored Mike Masters
Penalty missed Jimmy McGeough, Jr.
Attendance: 12,411
Referee: (USA)

The San Francisco Bay Blackhawks win the APSL Championship.

Points leaders[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals Assists Points
1 Jean Harbor Maryland Bays 17 11 45
2 Kevin Sloan Maryland Bays 14 4 32
3 Zico Doe Colorado Foxes 12 2 26
4 Derek Sanderson Fort Lauderdale Strikers 10 3 23
Bryan Haynes Maryland Bays 9 5 23
6 Andrew McKay Fort Lauderdale Strikers 6 8 20
7 Paul Dougherty Fort Lauderdale Strikers 7 5 19
Mike Masters Albany Capitals 7 5 19
9 Townsend Qin San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 6 6 18
10 Ramiro Borja Albany Capitals 7 3 17
11 Scott Benedetti Colorado Foxes 5 6 16
12 Chance Fry San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 6 2 14
13 Dzung Tran San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 5 3 13
Chad Ashton Colorado Foxes 3 7 13
15 Philip Gyau Maryland Bays 3 6 12
16 Ken Snow Miami Freedom 5 1 11

Honors[edit]

External links[edit]