2009–10 Major Indoor Soccer League season

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Major Indoor Soccer League
Season 2009-10
Average attendance 3,934

The 2009–10 Major Indoor Soccer League is the sophomore season for the league, and first under the revived MISL banner. 32 season of professional Division 1 indoor soccer. The members of the MISL's second season teams are the Baltimore Blast, the Milwaukee Wave, the Monterrey La Raza, the Philadelphia KiXX, and the Rockford Rampage.

The season kicked off on November 13, 2009, with the NISL champion, Baltimore Blast, welcoming the Rockford Rampage. The regular season concluded on March 21, 2010, with the Rockford Rampage hosting Monterrey La Raza.

This year also marks the first season since the KiXX founding that they will play at a new arena, the Liacouras Center, on the campus of Temple University.[1]

Shortly before the season began, the league was re-branded as the Major Indoor Soccer League.

The season for each team has expanded to twenty games, so each team this year will play ten home and ten away games. However, due to arena conflicts with Temple University, the Kixx will play eight home games and twelve road games.

On March 9, 2010, with an 11-6 win over the Rockford Rampage, the Milwaukee Wave clinched the first playoff spot. This continues the Wave's tradition of making the playoffs every season in a league named MISL. This also marks the fifteenth season since the 1993–1994 NPSL for the Wave to qualify for the playoffs.

Results table[edit]

Abbreviation and Color Key:
Baltimore Blast – BAL • Milwaukee Wave – MIL • Monterrey La Raza – MON
Philadelphia KiXX – PHI • Rockford Rampage – ROC
Win  • Loss  • Home
Club Match
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Baltimore Blast ROC PHI MON PHI ROC MIL MON MIL MON MIL MIL MON MON ROC PHI PHI MON ROC PHI PHI
8-10 19-8 14-13 9-8 10-8 10-12 13-4 9-11 6-7 10-13 6-10 10-25 12-8 9-0 23-14 12-8 12-11 11-8 6-8 12-19
Milwaukee Wave MON ROC MON PHI MON BAL BAL MON ROC ROC BAL MON BAL ROC PHI ROC ROC MON PHI PHI
15-0 8-9 4-15 27-6 19-17 12-10 11-9 10-18 7-10 6-7 13-10 8-15 10-6 5-4 15-10 16-10 13-11 17-12 14-12 12-10
Monterrey La Raza PHI MIL MIL BAL ROC MIL PHI BAL MIL ROC BAL MIL ROC BAL BAL PHI BAL PHI MIL ROC
15-13 0-15 15-4 13-14 4-9 17-19 23-13 4-13 18-10 7-6 15-8 4-2 13-6 25-10 8-12 17-18 11-12 13-20 12-17 18-11
Philadelphia KiXX MON BAL ROC MIL BAL MON ROC ROC ROC MON MIL BAL BAL MON BAL BAL ROC MIL MIL BAL
13-15 8-19 20-6 6-27 8-9 13-23 23-20 10-9 12-22 8-7 18-17 10-15 14-23 20-13 8-12 8-6 15-34 12-14 10-12 19-12
Rockford Rampage BAL MIL PHI MON BAL PHI PHI MIL MIL PHI MON MON MIL PHI BAL MIL MIL BAL PHI MON
10-8 9-8 6-20 9-4 8-10 20-23 9-10 10-7 7-6 22-12 2-4 6-13 4-5 7-8 0-9 10-16 11-13 8-11 34-15 11-18

Standings[edit]

Blue indicates bye into the MISL Championship
Green indicates playoff berth clinched

Club GP W L PF PA +/-
1 Milwaukee Wave 20 14 6 242 201 +41
2 Baltimore Blast 20 11 9 221 205 +16
3 Monterrey La Raza 20 10 10 252 232 +20
4 Philadelphia KiXX 20 8 12 255 315 -60
5 Rockford Rampage 20 7 13 203 220 -17

Player of the Week[edit]

Week Date Player Pos. Team
1 11/23/09 Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave
2 11/30/09 Fabinho D Rockford Rampage
3 12/07/09 Leo Gibson F Philadelphia KiXX
4 12/14/09 Marco Terminesi F Milwaukee Wave
5 12/21/09 Machel Millwood F Baltimore Blast
6 12/28/09 Max Ferdinand F Baltimore Blast
7 01/04/10 Marco Terminesi F Milwaukee Wave
8 01/11/10 Pat Morris F Philadelphia KiXX
9 01/18/10 Ante Cop GK Rockford Rampage
10 01/25/10 Geison Moura M Rockford Rampage
11 02/01/10 Giuliano Oliviero F Milwaukee Wave
12 02/08/10 Jose Bontti GK Monterrey La RaZa
13 02/15/10 Shaun David F Monterrey La RaZa
14 02/22/10 Sagu GK Baltimore Blast
15 03/01/10 Machel Millwood F Baltimore Blast
16 03/08/10 Denison Cabral F Baltimore Blast
17 03/15/10 Leo Gibson F Rockford Rampage
18 03/22/10 Josh Rife D Milwaukee Wave

Players of the Month[edit]

November
Players Pos. Team
Danny Waltman GK Rockford Rampage
Troy Dusosky D Milwaukee Wave
Lucio F Baltimore Blast
December
Players Pos. Team
Marcel Feenstra GK Milwaukee Wave
Josh Rife D Milwaukee Wave
Marco Terminesi F Milwaukee Wave
January
Players Pos. Team
Jose Bontti GK Monterrey La RaZa
Pat Morris D Philadelphia KiXX
Carlos Farias F Monterrey La RaZa
February
Players Pos. Team
Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave
Pat Morris D Philadelphia KiXX
Adauto Neto F Philadelphia KiXX
March
Players Pos. Team
Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave
Josh Rife D Milwaukee Wave
Adauto Neto F Philadelphia KiXX

End of Year Awards[edit]

Award Person Pos. Team
MVP Genoni Martinez D Monterrey La Raza
Defensive Player of the Year Genoni Martinez D Monterrey La Raza
Goalkeeper of the Year Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave
Rookie of the Year Max Ferdinand F Baltimore Blast
Coach of the Year Keith Tozer Milwaukee Wave

All-Rookie Team[edit]

Person Pos. Team
Max Ferdinand F Baltimore Blast
Rod Dyachenko F Baltimore Blast
Pat Healy F Baltimore Blast
Andre Berenzen M Rockford Rampage
Angel Hernandez D Monterrey La Raza
Angel Garcia D Monterrey La Raza

1st-Team All-MISL[edit]

Person Pos. Team
Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave
Genoni Martinez D Monterrey La Raza
Pat Morris D Philadelphia KiXX
Adauto Neto F Philadelphia KiXX
Machel Millwood F Baltimore Blast
Carlos Farias F Monterry La Raza

2nd-Team All-MISL[edit]

Person Pos. Team
Sagu GK Baltimore Blast
Josh Rife D Milwaukee Wave
Troy Dusosky D Milaukee Wave
Lucio Gonzaga F Baltimore Blast
Giuliano Oliviero F Milwaukee Wave
Marco Terminesi F Milwaukee Wave

Playoffs[edit]

The format for the playoffs is the same as the 2008–09 NISL format. The first place team in the season will get a bye into the finals, while the second and third place teams play a two-game, home-and-home, series, with a third golden goal game taking place at the second place team's home if needed.

Semifinals[edit]

Game 1

March 26, 2010
8:35PM CDT
Baltimore Blast 14–22 Monterrey La Raza
Arena Monterrey
Attendance: 3,875

Game 2

March 29, 2010
7:35PM EDT
Monterrey La Raza 10–8
OT
Baltimore Blast
1st Mariner Arena
Attendance: 5,138

Championship[edit]

References[edit]

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