2009 PDL season

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USL Premier Development League
2009-PDL-Championship-logo.jpg
Official 2009 PDL Championship logo
Season 2009
Champions Ventura County Fusion
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Matches played 544
Goals scored 1,790 (3.29 per match)
Top goalscorer Aaron Wheeler, Reading Rage, 17
Biggest home win 9-0, Ottawa Fury over Westchester Flames
Biggest away win 7-1, Ocean City Barons over Newark Ironbound Express
7-1 Los Angeles Legends over Fresno Fuego
Highest scoring 10 goals, Portland Timbers U23's 8-2 Yakima Reds
10 goals, Lancaster Rattlers 5-5 Fresno Fuego
10 goals, Hollywood United Hitmen 7-3 Ogden Outlaws
Average attendance 542
2008
2010

The 2009 USL Premier Development League season was the 15th season of the PDL. The regular season began on May 1, 2009, and ended on July 19, 2009. The PDL Championship Game was held on August 8, 2009, and was broadcast on Fox Soccer Channel in the United States.[1]

Ventura County Fusion finished the season as national champions, beating Chicago Fire Premier 2-1 in the PDL Championship game in Ventura, California on August 8, 2009.[2]

Reading Rage finished with the best regular season record in the league, winning 13 out of their 16 games, suffering just one loss, and finishing with a +41 goal difference.

Reading Rage striker Aaron Wheeler was the league's top scorer and MVP, knocking in 17 goals, while his teammate Jon Ports led the league with 10 assists. Mississippi Brilla goalkeeper Josh Pantazelos enjoyed the best goalkeeping statistics, with a goals against average of 0.615 on the season, including 8 shutouts.[3]

Changes From 2008[edit]

Name Changes[edit]

  • Cary Railhawks U23's changed their name to the Cary Clarets to reflect their new association with English Championship team Burnley.
  • New Orleans Shell Shockers rebranded themselves as the New Orleans Jesters, having terminated their sponsorship deal with the Shell Oil Company.

New Franchises[edit]

  • Eleven franchises have been announced as joining the league this year:
Team Name Metro Area Location Previous Affiliation
Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta Blackhawks Greater Atlanta area Alpharetta, GA expansion
Ontario Forest City London London area London, ON expansion
California Hollywood United Hitmen West Los Angeles area Pacific Palisades, CA expansion
Washington (state) Kitsap Pumas Kitsap County area Bremerton, WA expansion
Oregon Portland Timbers U23's Greater Portland area Portland, OR expansion
Colorado Real Colorado Foxes Denver area Highlands Ranch, CO expansion
Texas Rio Grande Valley Bravos Rio Grande Valley area Pharr, TX expansion
Minnesota Rochester Thunder Rochester area Rochester, MN expansion
Washington (state) Seattle Wolves Seattle area Tukwila, WA PCSL
British Columbia Victoria Highlanders Victoria area Victoria, BC expansion
Texas West Texas United Sockers Midland-Odessa area Midland, TX expansion

On hiatus[edit]

Folding[edit]

Standings[edit]

In 2009, there was a more balanced 8 divisions (down from 10 in 2008). The top 3 from each division qualified for the play-offs, with the division champion receiving a bye through the first round.

Purple indicates division title clinched
Green indicates playoff berth clinched

Central Conference[edit]

Great Lakes Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Kalamazoo Outrage 16 11 2 3 32 17 +15 36
2 Chicago Fire Premier 16 10 1 5 33 12 +21 35
3 Forest City London 16 8 3 5 27 16 +11 29
4 Michigan Bucks 16 8 5 3 26 22 +4 27
5 Indiana Invaders 16 5 7 4 24 25 -1 19
6 Cleveland Internationals 16 5 9 2 23 26 -3 17
7 Fort Wayne Fever 16 5 9 2 15 26 -11 17
8 Cincinnati Kings 16 4 9 3 17 31 -14 15
9 Toronto Lynx 16 2 13 1 18 40 -22 7

Heartland Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Des Moines Menace 16 11 1 4 35 13 +22 37
2 Thunder Bay Chill 16 8 3 5 27 16 +11 29
3 Real Colorado Foxes 16 8 5 3 28 19 +9 27
4 St. Louis Lions 16 6 4 6 29 25 +4 24
5 Rochester Thunder 16 5 10 1 21 25 -4 17
6 Kansas City Brass 16 4 9 3 28 37 -9 15
7 Springfield Demize 16 2 13 1 10 43 -33 7

Eastern Conference[edit]

Mid Atlantic Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Reading Rage 16 13 1 2 58 17 +41 41
2 Carolina Dynamo 16 10 4 2 38 19 +19 32
3 Cary Clarets 16 9 4 3 28 16 +12 30
4 Hampton Roads Piranhas 16 8 5 3 23 21 +2 27
5 West Virginia Chaos 16 5 8 3 23 37 -14 18
6 Fredericksburg Gunners 16 3 10 3 14 35 -21 12
7 Northern Virginia Royals 16 2 10 4 18 35 -17 10
8 Virginia Legacy 16 1 9 6 14 36 -22 9

Northeast Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Ottawa Fury 16 12 0 4 48 8 +40 40
2 Long Island Rough Riders 16 12 2 2 32 10 +22 38
3 Ocean City Barons 16 9 4 3 31 15 +16 30
4 Brooklyn Knights 16 7 6 3 25 20 +5 24
5 Newark Ironbound Express 16 6 8 2 38 41 -3 20
6 Rhode Island Stingrays 16 4 9 3 23 41 -18 15
7 Westchester Flames 16 3 8 5 16 36 -20 14
8 New Hampshire Phantoms 16 3 10 3 20 32 -12 13
9 New Jersey Rangers 16 2 12 2 14 44 -30 8

Southern Conference[edit]

Mid South Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Laredo Heat 16 7 1 8 29 18 +11 29
2 West Texas United Sockers 16 8 5 3 25 19 +6 27
3 Austin Aztex U23 16 7 4 5 32 27 +5 26
4 El Paso Patriots 16 8 6 2 27 22 +5 26
5 Rio Grande Valley Bravos 16 6 5 5 32 28 +4 23
6 DFW Tornados 16 5 7 4 29 33 -4 19
7 Houston Leones 16 0 13 3 10 37 -27 3

Note: Austin finish in third place as a result of winning the head-to-head season series 2-0-1 against El Paso.[4]

Southeast Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Mississippi Brilla 16 9 1 6 30 12 +18 33
2 Bradenton Academics 16 9 2 5 32 14 +18 32
3 New Orleans Jesters 16 5 0 11 24 13 +11 26
4 Panama City Pirates 16 6 5 5 23 21 +2 23
5 Baton Rouge Capitals 16 4 8 4 25 26 -1 16
6 Central Florida Kraze 16 4 9 3 18 31 -13 15
7 Nashville Metros 16 2 7 7 16 36 -20 13
8 Atlanta Blackhawks 16 3 10 3 16 31 -15 12

Western Conference[edit]

Northwest Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Kitsap Pumas 16 12 1 3 40 13 +27 39
2 Portland Timbers U23's 16 11 3 2 43 20 +23 35
3 Seattle Wolves 16 10 3 3 29 18 +11 33
4 Cascade Surge 16 7 6 3 29 26 +3 24
5 Victoria Highlanders 16 6 6 4 37 25 +12 22
6 Vancouver Whitecaps Residency 16 6 7 3 26 22 +4 21
7 Tacoma Tide 16 5 7 4 34 40 -6 19
8 Abbotsford Mariners 16 4 10 2 28 36 -8 14
9 Yakima Reds 16 3 11 2 22 49 -27 11
10 Spokane Spiders 16 3 13 0 12 51 -39 9

Southwest Division[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA GD Points
1 Hollywood United Hitmen 16 10 3 3 38 17 +21 33
2 Los Angeles Legends 16 9 3 4 34 15 +19 31
3 Ventura County Fusion 16 7 2 7 26 21 +5 28
4 BYU Cougars 16 7 5 4 21 22 -1 25
5 Fresno Fuego 16 6 6 4 30 28 +2 22
6 Southern California Seahorses 16 4 4 8 25 22 +3 20
7 Lancaster Rattlers 16 5 7 4 33 38 -5 19
8 Orange County Blue Star 16 5 7 4 20 25 -5 19
9 Ogden Outlaws 16 4 11 1 24 39 -15 13
10 Bakersfield Brigade 16 2 11 3 14 38 -24 9

Playoffs[edit]

Format[edit]

The top three teams from each division earn playoff bids. The division champion earns a bye to the Division Finals and the rights to host. The second place team will host the third place team in the Division Semifinals either at their home field or at the division champion's field. The two notable exceptions were the Chicago Fire Premier hosting Forest City London in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Ventura County Fusion hosting the Los Angeles Legends, despite Los Angeles having the higher seed.

Bracket[edit]

  Divisional First Round     Divisional Finals     Conference Finals     PDL Semifinals     PDL Championship
                                               
  Great Lakes Division     GL1  Michigan Kalamazoo Outrage 1  
  GL2  Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 1     GL2  Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 2    
  GL3  Ontario Forest City London 0         GL2  Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 3  
      NE3  New Jersey Ocean City Barons 0    
  Northeast Division     NE1  Ontario Ottawa Fury 1    
  NE2  New York (state) Long Island Rough Riders 0     NE3  New Jersey Ocean City Barons (AET) 2  
  NE3  New Jersey Ocean City Barons 2       GL2  Illinois Chicago Fire Premier (AET) 2  
    MA3  North Carolina Cary Clarets 1    
  Heartland Division     HL1  Iowa Des Moines Menace 2  
  HL2  Ontario Thunder Bay Chill 0     HL3  Colorado Real Colorado Foxes 1    
  HL3  Colorado Real Colorado Foxes 1         HL1  Iowa Des Moines Menace 0  
      MA3  North Carolina Cary Clarets 1  
  Mid-Atlantic Division     MA1  Pennsylvania Reading Rage 1    
  MA2  North Carolina Carolina Dynamo 1     MA3  North Carolina Cary Clarets 2  
  MA3  North Carolina Cary Clarets 3       GL2  Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 1
    SW3  California Ventura County Fusion 2
  Mid-South Division     MS1  Texas Laredo Heat (AET) 1  
  MS2  Texas West Texas United Sockers 2     MS2  Texas West Texas United Sockers 0    
  MS3  Texas Austin Aztex U23 1         MS1  Texas Laredo Heat (AET) 1  
Southern Conference     SE2  Florida Bradenton Academics 3    
  Southeast Division     SE1  Mississippi Mississippi Brilla 2    
  SE2  Florida Bradenton Academics 1     SE2  Florida Bradenton Academics (AET) 3  
  SE3  Louisiana New Orleans Jesters 0       SE2  Florida Bradenton Academics 1  
    SW3  California Ventura County Fusion 6  
  Northwest Division     NW1  Washington (state) Kitsap Pumas 2  
  NW2  Oregon Portland Timbers U23's 2     NW3  Washington (state) Seattle Wolves 0    
  NW3  Washington (state) Seattle Wolves 3         NW1  Washington (state) Kitsap Pumas 1  
Western Conference     SW3  California Ventura County Fusion 2  
  Southwest Division     SW1  California Hollywood United Hitmen 1    
  SW2  California Los Angeles Legends 1     SW3  California Ventura County Fusion (AET) 3  
  SW3  California Ventura County Fusion 2  


Divisional Semifinals[edit]

July 21, 2009
7:30 PM EDT
North Carolina Cary Clarets 3 - 1 North Carolina Carolina Dynamo
Ibeagha YC 34'
Schilawski Goal 59'Goal 72'
Grossman YC 65'
O'Brien YC 68'
Petrasso Goal 90'
(Report) Rojo YC 32'
Shriver Goal 66'
Roberts YC 70'


July 22, 2009
8:30 PM CDT
Texas Austin Aztex U23 1 - 2 Texas West Texas United Sockers
McFayden Goal 17' YC 42'
Helton YC 32'
Mirsky YC 71'
(Report) Rios YC 23'
Becerra YC 24'
Everson Goal 46'
Furness Goal 51' YC 59'
Franco YC 69'
James YC 90'
Grande Communications Stadium
Midland, Texas

Attendance: 1,460
Referee: Jonathan Johnson (USA)

July 23, 2009
2:00 PM PDT
Washington (state) Seattle Wolves 3 - 2 Oregon Portland Timbers U23's
Chursky Goal 30' Goal 81' Goal 90'
Zimmerman YC 52'
(Report) Brown Goal 6'
Youngblood Goal 33'
Farfan YC 90'
PGE Park
Portland, Oregon

Attendance: 235
Referee: David Grbavac (USA)


July 23, 2009
7:00 PM PDT
California Los Angeles Legends 1 - 2 California Ventura County Fusion
Js. Barton YC 4'
Randolph YC 57'
Whitfield Goal 77'
(Report) Motagalvan Goal 7'
Hamilton Goal 18'
Byrne YC 34'
Barrera YC 68'
Hill YC 80'
Bulldog Stadium
Ventura, California

Attendance: 560
Referee: Federico Figari (USA)

July 24, 2009
7:00 PM CDT
Louisiana New Orleans Jesters 0 - 1 Florida Bradenton Academics
Young YC 27'
Callon Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 59', 90'
Duncan YC 88'
Gledhill YC 90'
(Report) Morris Goal 34'
Hepple Red card 88'
Kendall YC 90'
M&F Bank Stadium
Ridgeland, Mississippi

Attendance: 234
Referee: Justin Brown (USA)

July 24, 2009
7:30 PM CDT
Colorado Real Colorado Foxes 1 - 0 Ontario Thunder Bay Chill
Donaldson YC 26'
Cephers Goal 49'
Jennings YC 51'
Stisser YC 87'
(Report) Neto YC 16'
Bukoski YC 51'
Putrus YC 77'
Abolaji YC 77'
Valley Stadium
West Des Moines, Iowa

Attendance: 161
Referee: Hidajet Tica (USA)

Divisional Finals[edit]

July 25, 2009
3:00 PM PDT
California Ventura County Fusion 3 - 1
(AET)
California Hollywood United Hitmen
Byrne Goal 35'
Barrera YC 96'
Myerson Goal 105' Goal 117'
Becerra YC 111'
(Report) Hazdovac Goal 26'
Stadium by the Sea
Los Angeles, California

Attendance: 358
Referee: Steve Elliott (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:00 PM EDT
North Carolina Cary Clarets 2 - 1 Pennsylvania Reading Rage
Minogue YC 19'
Ibeagha YC 21'
Petrasso YC 35'
Drake Goal 60'
Brown YC 64'
Lassiter Red card 69'
Goal 90' (OG)
(Report) Mulholland YC 15'
Bienenfeld YC 45'
Hogan YC 54'
Wheeler Goal 57'
Burke Red card 86'
Don Thomas Stadium
Reading, Pennsylvania

Attendance: 518
Referee: Tim Snyder (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:00 PM EDT
New Jersey Ocean City Barons 2 - 1
(AET)
Ontario Ottawa Fury
Richter YC 35'
Melchionni YC 45'
Noone YC 45' Goal 60'
Bellamy Goal 98'
(Report) Maloney Goal 7'
Pradié YC 63'
Schippers YC 104'
Algonquin College Soccer Complex
Ottawa, Ontario

Attendance: 780
Referee: Senussi Ali (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:30 PM EDT
Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 2 - 1 Michigan Kalamazoo Outrage
Cutshaw Goal 67' (PK)
Edgar Goal 77'
(Report) Oatley Goal 58'
Lima YC 83'
Loy Norrix High School
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Attendance: 530
Referee: Jason White (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:00 PM CDT
Florida Bradenton Academics 3 - 2
(AET)
Mississippi Mississippi Brilla
Lopes Goal 22'
Boggs YC 45' Goal 85'
Williams YC 53'
Reis YC 77'
Durkin Red card 90+'
Ingvarsson YC 91'
Morris Goal 99'
McFarland YC 120'
(Report) Hunt Goal 33'
Lawrence YC 41'
Paulini YC 75'
Lilly Goal 90+'
Lemma Red card 90+'
Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium
Jackson, Mississippi

Attendance: 1,806
Referee: Thai Huynh (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:30 PM CDT
Colorado Real Colorado Foxes 1 - 2 Iowa Des Moines Menace
Donaldson Goal 4' (PK) YC 11'
Werth YC 88'
Salvaggione YC 90'
(Report) Jordan Goal 27' (PK)
Salem Goal 38'
Schmoker YC 41'
Pearson YC 62'
Jordan YC 78'
Valley Stadium
West Des Moines, Iowa

Attendance: 3,683
Referee: Dan Cataldi (USA)

July 25, 2009
8:15 CDT
Texas West Texas United Sockers 0 - 1
(AET)
Texas Laredo Heat
Collazo YC 5'
Furness YC 36'
Everson YC 45'
Steven YC 115'
(Report) Ordaz YC 50'
Mulamba YC 74'
Ramos Goal 119'
Texas A&M International University Soccer Complex
Laredo, Texas

Attendance: 1,425
Referee: Courtney Jackson (USA)

July 25, 2009
7:30 PM PDT
Washington (state) Seattle Wolves 0 - 2 Washington (state) Kitsap Pumas
Bates YC 41'
Morris YC 51'
Scott YC 90'
(Report) Phillips Goal 15' Goal 71'
Bremerton Memorial Stadium
Bremerton, Washington

Attendance: 2,329
Referee: Jeremy Hanson (USA)

Conference Finals[edit]

July 31, 2009
5:00 PM CDT
New Jersey Ocean City Barons 0 - 3 Illinois Chicago Fire Premier
Carmichael YC 38'
Banks YC 73'
K. Miller YC 79'
Chapman Red card 88'
(Report) Blades Goal 18' YC 75'
Braun Goal 66'
Akpan YC 75'
Cutshaw Goal 76'
Valley Stadium
West Des Moines, Iowa

Attendance: 3,633
Referee: Doug Wolff (USA)

July 31, 2009
5:30 PM CDT
California Ventura County Fusion 2 - 1 Washington (state) Kitsap Pumas
Hamilton Goal 26'
Aghasyan YC 83'
López Goal 92+' YC 92+'
(Report) Lipset Goal 45'
Mohn YC 51'
Texas A&M International University Soccer Complex
Laredo, Texas

Attendance: 55
Referee: Jorge Luna Hernandez (USA)

July 31, 2009
7:30 PM CDT
North Carolina Cary Clarets 1 - 0 Iowa Des Moines Menace
Fitzgerald YC 28'
Brown YC 48'
Grossman Goal 70'
Drake YC 79'
Ibeagha Red card 90'
(Report) Schmoker YC 48'
Salem YC 74'
Mujdzic YC 28'
Valley Stadium
West Des Moines, Iowa

Attendance: 3,633
Referee: George Major (USA)

July 31, 2009
8:30 PM CDT
Florida Bradenton Academics 3 - 1
(AET)
Texas Laredo Heat
McFarland YC 19'
Hepple Goal 20'
Reis YC 63'
Voutier YC 87'
Morris Goal 116'
Lopes Goal 120'
(Report) Mulamba YC 19'
Quinones Goal 57' YC 120'
Bautista YC 68'
Infante YC 97'
Perez Red card 113'

PDL Semifinals[edit]

August 1, 2009
7:30 PM CDT
North Carolina Cary Clarets 1 - 2
(AET)
Illinois Chicago Fire Premier
Drake Goal 63' (PK)
Grossman YC 65'
O'Brien YC 99'
Petrasso YC 105'
Bouemboue Red card 110'
Willis Red card 120'
Gutierrez (coach) Red card 120'
(Report) Braun Goal 38'
Rice YC 63'
Rodriguez (coach) Red card 67'
Akpan Goal 95'
Valley Stadium
West Des Moines, Iowa

Attendance: 206
Referee: Landis Wiley (USA)

August 1, 2009
8:15 PM CDT
California Ventura County Fusion 6 - 1 Florida Bradenton Academics
Guzman YC 27'
López Goal 38'
BecerraGoal 40'
Hamilton Goal 45' Goal 54'
Barrera Goal 53'
Guerrero YC 62'
Aghasyan Goal 90'
(Report) Lopes Goal 35'
Reis YC 45'

PDL Championship[edit]

August 8, 2009
7:00 PM PDT
Illinois Chicago Fire Premier 1 - 2 California Ventura County Fusion
Blades YC 47'
Akpan Goal 74'
Sunderland (coach) Red card 90'
(Report) Becerra Goal 8'
Guzman Red card 33'
Smarte YC 35'
Mikkelsen (coach) Red card 60'
Motagalvan YC 70' Goal 92+'
Smith (coach) Red card 92+'
Bulldog Stadium
Ventura, California

Attendance: 3,512
Referee: Alejandro Mariscal (USA)

Award Winners and Finalists[edit]

The awards finalists, Goalkeeper of the Year, and All-League teams were announced on August 4, 2009, with the winners announced on August 6.[5]

Most Valuable Player[edit]

U19 Player of the Year[edit]

Defender of the Year[edit]

Goalkeeper of the Year[edit]

Coach of the Year[edit]

All-League and All-Conference Teams[edit]

Central Conference[edit]

F: Andre Akpan, CHI; Teal Bunbury, ROC; Tom Oatley*, KAL
M: Dave Hertel*, MIC; Nolan Intermoia, TB; Brad Stisser, COL
D: Anthony Di Biase, LON; Bonivenger Misiko*, FW; Wilson Neto, TB; Brian Wurst, KC
G: Jimmy Maurer*, CHI
Honorable Mention: Justin Ferguson, D, SPR; Saidi Isaac, F, IND; David Mueller, D, SL; Armin Mujdzic, F, DM; Yoram Mwila, M, CLE; Kyle Segebart, D, CIN; Jordan Webb, M, TOR

Eastern Conference[edit]

F: Cody Arnoux, CAR; Adam Arthur, WV; Aaron Wheeler*, REA
M: Will Beague*, OTT; Adam Gazda, REA; Zach Loyd, CAR
D: Brien Chamney, OTT; Christian Ibeagha*, CRY; Rich Martinez, LI; Sheanon Williams, CAR
G: Tunde Ogunbiyi, OCC
Honorable Mention: Frank Alesci, M, BRK; Zachary Carr, G, NJ; Kevon Harris, M, HR; Sean Kelley, G, NV; Michael Konicoff, M, WCH; Jerrod Laventure, F, NWK; Ken Manaham, G, FRB; Matthew Marcin, M, RI; Timothy Murray, G, NH; Ian Stowe, M, VIR

Southern Conference[edit]

F: Zak Boggs, BRD; Salvador Luna, RGV; Debola Ogunseye*, MIS
M: Danny Galvan, LAR;Greg Mulamba, LAR; Gary Stopforth, NO
D: Jamie Cunningham, AUS; Dwyane Demmin, MIS; Thomas Wharf, PAN; Chris Williams*, NO
G: Ryan Cooper, LAR
Honorable Mention: Jay Ambrosy, M, HOU; Lief Craddock, G, WTU; Janrai Gravely, G, DFW; Tommy Krizanovic, F, CF; Wilfrid Loizeau, M, ATL; Felipe Lowall, M, BR; Ryan McDonald, D, NAS; Jorge Muniz, G, EP

Western Conference[edit]

F: Rory Agu, TAC; Brent Whitfield, LA; Ryan Youngblood, POR
M: Ely Allen, SEA; Tomislav Colic, SC; Michael Farfan, LA; Armando Ochoa*, HU
D: Nick Cardenas, OGD; Mark Lee, KIT; Dan Scott*, SEA
G: Dustyn Brim, KIT
Honorable Mention: Richie Bindrup, M, BYU; Zach Brunner, G, LAN; Jason Devinish, M, VIC; Gagandeep Dosanjh, M, VAN; Eddie Gutierrez, M, FRE; Anthony Hamilton, F, VEN; Jacob Hustedt, M, BAK; Kristjan Johannson, G, ABB; Kristopher Minton, G, ORC; Vinicius Oliveira, F, YAK; John Prugh, F, SPO; Steve Reese, G, CSC

* denotes All-League selection

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PDL 2009 season details announced
  2. ^ Fusion overcome Fire for PDL title
  3. ^ "PDL Statistical Honors Announced". Archived from the original on August 2, 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-31. 
  4. ^ 2009 PDL Tiebreaker rules
  5. ^ "PDL All-League Teams announced.". Archived from the original on August 12, 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-09.