1992 American Professional Soccer League

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American Professional Soccer League -1992 Season-
Season 1992
Champions Colorado Foxes
(1st title)
Premiers Colorado Foxes
(1st title)
Top goalscorer Jean Harbor
(13 goals)
1991
1993

Final league standings for the 1992 American Professional Soccer League season.

Regular season[edit]

Place Team GP W L WN WE WS LN LE LS GF GA GD Points
1 Colorado Foxes 16 11 5 10 0 1 5 0 0 26 18 +8 89
2 Tampa Bay Rowdies 16 10 6 8 1 1 4 1 1 34 25 +9 87
3 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 16 8 8 6 0 2 6 0 2 27 25 +2 73
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 16 7 9 4 2 1 8 0 1 25 23 +2 61
5 Miami Freedom 16 4 12 4 0 0 9 2 1 17 38 -21 43

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

September 11, 1992
8:00 PM EST
Tampa Bay Rowdies (FL) 2 – 1 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (CA)
Jean Harbor Goal 53:34' (pen.)75:48' Goal 32:35' (pen.) Dominic Kinnear
Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida[1]
Attendance: 1,877
Referee: Paul Tamberino (USA)

September 12, 1992
Colorado Foxes (CO) 2 – 2 (a.e.t.) Fort Lauderdale Strikers (FL)
Shawn Medved Goal
Jeff Hooker Goal 54' (pen.)
Goal 43' Eric Eichmann
Goal 72' Miguel Muchotrigo
  Penalties  
 ? Penalty missed
? Penalty missed
? Penalty missed
? Penalty missed
Kim Roentved Penalty scored
Tom Soehn Penalty scored
2 – 1 Penalty missed ?
Penalty missed ?
Penalty missed ?
Penalty scored Eric Eichmann
Penalty missed Gerard Gregorie
Penalty missed Jean Derivois
Englewood High School , Englewood, Colorado
Attendance: 3,801
Referee: (USA)

Final[edit]

September 26, 1992
6:05 PM MST
Colorado Foxes (CO) 1 – 0 Tampa Bay Rowdies (FL)
Chad Ashton Goal 33:42' (pen.) Report
Englewood High School , Englewood, Colorado
Attendance: 4,659
Referee: (USA)

Professional Cup[edit]

All five APSL teams took part in the Professional Cup, along with two teams from the Canadian Soccer League and one from the National Professional Soccer League. Just as they would in the APSL Final a week later, Colorado defeated Tampa Bay. This combination, along with winning the 1992 APSL regular season, gave the Foxes a treble.[2][3]

Professional Cup Final[edit]

Points leaders[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals Assists Points
1 Jean Harbor Tampa Bay Rowdies 13 4 30
2 Taifour Diané Colorado Foxes 10 3 23
3 Kevin Sloan Tampa Bay Rowdies 7 6 20
4 Eric Eichmann Fort Lauderdale Strikers 7 3 17
5 Philip Gyau Tampa Bay Rowdies 7 2 16
6 Steve Kinsey Fort Lauderdale Strikers 7 1 15
7 Chad Ashton Colorado Foxes 4 5 13
8 Peter Isaacs San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 5 2 12
9 Zico Doe Miami Freedom 4 3 11
10 Mike Masters San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 4 2 10
11 Brian Haynes Colorado Foxes 2 6 10

Honors[edit]

All-League Best XI[edit]

First Team   Position   Second Team
Bill Andracki, Tampa Bay G Mark Dodd, Colorado
Steve Pittman, Fort Lauderdale D John Doyle, San Francisco
Robin Fraser, Colorado D Troy Edwards, Fort Lauderdale
Steve Trittschuh, Tampa Bay D Derek Van Rheenen, San Francisco
Danny Pena, San Francisco D Arturo Velazco, Miami
Ricky Hill, Tampa Bay M Chad Ashton, Colorado
Jorge Salazar,[5] San Francisco M Diego Mandagaran, Miami
Dominic Kinnear, San Francisco M Kim Roentved, Colorado
Kevin Sloan, Tampa Bay M Ted Eck, Colorado
Taifour Diané, Colorado F Zico Doe, Miami
Jean Harbor, Tampa Bay F Peter Isaacs, San Francisco

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brackman, Dave (September 12, 1992). "Rowdies reach APSL final". St. Petersburg Times. p. 3C. 
  2. ^ Pearce, Alan (September 27, 1992). "Colorado blanks Rowdies for league championship". St. Petersburg Times. p. 3C. Retrieved 2016-06-11. 
  3. ^ "Colorado wins APSL championship". Palm Beach Post. September 28, 1992. p. 2C. Retrieved 2017-05-17. 
  4. ^ Orazi, Deborah (September 19, 1992). "Tourney Action Precedes Start of Regular Season". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. p. 6C. Retrieved 11 June 2016. 
  5. ^ http://www.nasljerseys.com/ASL/Players/S/Salazar.Jorge.htm

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