2010–11 Major Indoor Soccer League season

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Major Indoor Soccer League
Season2010-11
ChampionsMilwaukee Wave

The 2010–11 Major Indoor Soccer League season is the third season for the league, and second under the MISL banner. Also 33 season of professional Division 1 indoor soccer.

Three new teams, the Omaha Vipers, the Missouri Comets, and the Chicago Riot joined the league prior to the season's beginning.

Standings[edit]

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

Club GP W L PCT PF PA GB Home Road
1 Baltimore Blast 20 15 5 .750 279 198 - 8-2 7-3
2 Milwaukee Wave 20 15 5 .750 266 191 - 8-3 7-2
3 Missouri Comets 20 8 12 .400 240 274 7 4-7 4-5
4 Omaha Vipers 20 7 13 .350 190 246 8 4-6 3-7
5 Chicago Riot 20 5 15 .250 207 273 10 3-5 2-10

Baltimore was the #1 seed due to head-to-head tiebreaker over Milwaukee (4-2)

Statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Games 2pt Goals 3pt Goals Assists Points
1 Mexico Byron Alvarez Missouri Comets 20 31 2 12 80
2 Canada Marco Terminesi Milwaukee Wave 19 22 3 19 72
3 United States Jamar Beasley Missouri Comets 20 18 2 12 54
4 Montenegro Bato Radončić Chicago Riot 18 20 1 6 49
Chile Carlos Farias Omaha Vipers 14 12 5 10 49
6 United States Pat Healey Baltimore Blast 20 16 1 13 48
Canada Giuliano Oliviero Milwaukee Wave 20 15 2 12 48
8 Liberia Leo Gibson Missouri Comets 20 10 4 13 45
Haiti Max Ferdinand Baltimore Blast 20 11 4 11 45
10 United States Pat Morris Baltimore Blast 20 12 4 6 42
Jamaica Machel Millwood Baltimore Blast 16 12 1 15 42

Top 2pt Goal Scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Games 2pt Goals
1 Mexico Byron Alvarez Missouri Comets 20 31
2 Canada Marco Terminesi Milwaukee Wave 19 22
3 Montenegro Bato Radončić Chicago Riot 18 20
4 United States Jamar Beasley Missouri Comets 20 18
5 Brazil Hewerton Moreira Milwaukee Wave 19 17
6 United States Pat Healey Baltimore Blast 20 16
Colombia Johnny Torres Omaha Vipers 17 16
8 Canada Giuliano Oliviero Milwaukee Wave 20 15
9 Chile Carlos Farias Omaha Vipers 14 12
United States Pat Morris Baltimore Blast 20 12
Jamaica Machel Millwood Baltimore Blast 15 12

Playoffs[edit]

The format for the playoffs is the same as the 2009–10 MISL 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

Milwaukee Wave5-11Missouri Comets

Game 2

Missouri Comets18-20Milwaukee Wave
Attendance: 3,147

Mini-Game Tie Breaker

Missouri Comets2-5Milwaukee Wave
Attendance: 3,147

Championship[edit]

Milwaukee Wave16-7Baltimore Blast
Attendance: 10,274

Bracket[edit]

  Semifinals (best-of-2 series)     Championship (single game)
                 
    2 Milwaukee Wave 16
  3 Missouri Comets 1     1 Baltimore Blast 7
  2 Milwaukee Wave 2  

Awards[edit]

[1]

Award Name Team
MVP Byron Alvarez Missouri Comets
Coach of the Year Danny Kelly Baltimore Blast
Rookie of the Year Lucas Rodriquez Missouri Comets
Defender of the Year Pat Morris Baltimore Blast
Goalkeeper of the Year Sagu Baltimore Blast
Championship MVP Marcel Feenstra Milwaukee Wave

All-League First Team[edit]

[2]

Name Position Team
Pat Morris D Baltimore Blast
Leo Gibson D Missouri Comets
Marco Terminisi M Milwaukee Wave
Bato Radoncic M Chicago Riot
Byron Alvarez F Missouri Comets
Sagu GK Baltimore Blast

All-League Second Team[edit]

[2]

Name Position Team
Mike Lookingland D Baltimore Blast
Josh Rife D Milwaukee Wave
Pat Healey M Baltimore Blast
Jamar Beasley F Chicago Riot
Johnny Torres F Omaha Vipers
Nick Vorberg GK Milwaukee Wave

All-Rookie Team[edit]

[2]

Name Position Team
Ryan Junge D Omaha Vipers
Brian Harris D Missouri Comets
Lucas Rodriquez M Missouri Comets
Mauricio Hernandez F Omaha Vipers
Alex Megson F Chicago Riot
Joshua Miller GK Omaha Vipers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MISL Award Winners Announced". Archived from the original on 2012-03-29. Retrieved 2012-03-17.
  2. ^ a b c "All-League, Rookie Teams Announced". Archived from the original on 2012-03-29. Retrieved 2012-03-17.

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