1994 Miami Hooters season

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1994 Miami Hooters season
Head coachJimmy Dunn
Home fieldMiami Arena
Results
Record5–7
Division place5th, National
Playoff finishDid not make playoffs

The 1994 Miami Hooters season was the third season for the Miami Hooters. They finished the 1994 season 5–7 and were the only team in the National League to not make the playoffs.[1]

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Results Game site (attendance)
Final score Team record
1 May 21 at Las Vegas Sting W 35–22 1–0 MGM Grand Garden Arena (10,109)
2 May 27 Charlotte Rage W 45–23 2–0 Miami Arena (7,600)
3 June 3 Albany Firebirds L 23–42 2–1 Miami Arena (7,100)
4 June 10 at Orlando Predators L 21–53 2–2 Amway Arena (13,995)
5 June 20 Milwaukee Mustangs W 35–27 3–2 Miami Arena (7,414)
6 June 25 at Tampa Bay Storm L 32–47 3–3 ThunderDome (19,031)
7 Bye
8 July 9 at Arizona Rattlers L 26–41 3–4 America West Arena (15,505)
9 July 15 Arizona Rattlers W 66–52 4–4 Miami Arena (8,312)
10 July 23 Orlando Predators L 47–37 4–5 Miami Arena (12,478)
11 July 29 at Charlotte Rage L 25–44 4–6 Charlotte Coliseum (10,897)
12 August 5 Fort Worth Cavalry L 27–58 4–7 Miami Arena (8,872)
13 August 13 at Cleveland Thunderbolts W 43–40 5–7 Richfield Coliseum (15,102)

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Standings[edit]

1994 Arena Football League standings
Team Overall Conference Scoring
W L PCT W L PCT PF PA PF (Avg.) PA (Avg.) STK
American Conference
xy-Albany Firebirds 10 2 .833 5 1 .833 642 507 53.5 42.25 W 2
x-Arizona Rattlers 8 4 .667 5 1 .833 525 441 43.75 36.75 W 1
x-Massachusetts Marauders 8 4 .667 6 1 .857 586 504 48.83 42 W 1
x-Las Vegas Sting 5 7 .417 2 5 .286 372 484 31 40.3 L 1
Cleveland Thunderbolts 2 10 .167 1 5 .167 445 548 37.08 45.67 L 2
Milwaukee Mustangs 0 12 .000 0 6 .000 386 609 32.16 50.75 L 12
National Conference
xyz-Orlando Predators 11 1 .917 4 1 .800 579 341 48.25 28.42 L 1
x-Tampa Bay Storm 7 5 .583 4 2 .667 561 564 46.75 47 W 1
x-Charlotte Rage 5 7 .417 2 4 .333 442 503 36.83 42.42 L 1
x-Fort Worth Cavalry 5 7 .417 3 2 .600 556 490 36.66 41.92 W 1
Miami Hooters 5 7 .417 1 5 .167 388 491 32.3 40.92 W 1

z – clinched homefield advantage • y – clinched division title • x – clinched playoff spot

Awards[edit]

Position Player Award All-Arena team
Wide receiver/linebacker Bruce LaSane - 1st
Defensive specialist Donald Brown - 2nd

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Miami Hooters Team History - 1994 | ArenaFan.com". www.arenafan.com. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  2. ^ "1994 Miami Hooters Game-by-Game Results on StatsCrew.com". www.statscrew.com. Retrieved December 17, 2019.