2019–20 Major Arena Soccer League season

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Major Arena Soccer League
Season2019–20
ChampionsDefending: Milwaukee Wave
Matches played125
Goals scored1,556 (12.45 per match)
Top goalscorer3 Players (27 goals)
Biggest home winMonterrey Flash 14–1 Dallas Sidekicks
(December 2, 2019)
Biggest away winRochester Lancers 4–17 Florida Tropics SC
(January 3, 2020)
Highest scoring24 goals
Rochester Lancers 8–16 St. Louis Ambush
(February 1, 2020)
Longest winning run13 Games:
Monterrey Flash
(11/22/19–1/17/2020)
Longest losing run15 Games:
Rochester Lancers
(11/29/19–present)
Total attendance356,198 (1 match did not report attendance)[1]
Average attendance2,872
2020-21 →
All statistics correct as of February 14, 2020.

The 2019–20 Major Arena Soccer League season is the twelfth season for the league. The league adopted a new format during the offseason, merging the 4 divisions into 2 conferences and eliminating the divisional format.

Changes from 2018-19[edit]

Expansion
Folded
Moved to MASL 2
Returning
Change in Season Format

On July 19th, 2019, the MASL announced the following changes for the 2019-20 season.

  • Teams will be divided into two conferences (Eastern and Western), rather than four divisions.
  • All playoff matchups will follow the best of three format, with the third game being a mini-game following game #2, if the series is tied.

Standings[edit]

As of February 14, 2020[4]
  2019-20 League Championship
  2019-20 Playoff Team
(Bold) Division Winner
(Italic) Defending Champion

Eastern Conference[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD PCT GB
1 Florida Tropics SC 14 13 1 111 47 +64 .929 +4
2 Utica City FC 13 10 3 92 58 +34 .769 +1.5
3 Milwaukee Wave 13 9 4 101 58 +43 .692 +0.5
4 Harrisburg Heat 16 10 6 116 83 +33 .625
5 Baltimore Blast 17 10 7 123 75 +48 .588 0.5
6 St. Louis Ambush 16 8 8 99 121 −22 .500 2
7 Kansas City Comets 14 7 7 95 86 +9 .500 2
8 Orlando SeaWolves 13 1 12 49 122 −73 .077 7.5
9 Rochester Lancers-o 15 0 15 48 171 −123 .000 9.5
Updated to match(es) played on February 14, 2020. Source: MASL

Tiebreakers are as follows: Win%, Head to Head, Goal Differential, Wins, Losses. o-Eliminated from Playoffs

Western Conference[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA GD PCT GB
1 Monterrey Flash-x 17 16 1 155 81 +74 .941 +8.5
2 San Diego Sockers 16 12 4 100 81 +19 .750 +5
3 Sonora Suns 16 8 8 116 110 +6 .500 +1
4 Tacoma Stars 14 6 8 87 92 −5 .429
5 Ontario Fury 13 5 8 73 76 −3 .385 0.5
6 Mesquite Outlaws 15 4 11 72 90 −18 .267 2.5
7 Turlock Cal Express 14 4 10 65 86 −21 .286 2
8 Dallas Sidekicks 14 2 12 54 117 −63 .143 4
Updated to match(es) played on February 14, 2020. Source: MASL

Tiebreakers are as follows: Win%, Head to Head, Goal Differential, Wins, Losses x-Clinched playoff spot

Statistics[edit]

Top Scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Games Goals Assists Points
1 Leo Gibson Kansas City Comets 14 23 20 43
2 Nick Perera Tacoma Stars 14 19 19 38
3 Vinicius Dantas Baltimore Blast 17 26 11 37
4 Enrique Cañez Sonora Suns 16 27 9 36
5 Brayan Aguilar Monterrey Flash 15 24 11 35
Franck Tayou Ontario Fury 13 27 8 35
7 Micheal Ramos Tacoma Stars 14 22 11 33
Ricardo Carvalho Florida Tropics 14 15 18 33
9 Dominic Francis Harrisburg Heat 16 26 5 31
Ian Bennett Milwaukee Wave 13 27 4 31
Tony Donatelli Baltimore Blast 17 17 14 31

[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MASL Attendance
  2. ^ https://www.maslsoccer.com/news/mesquite-outlaws-will-join-major-arena-soccer-leag
  3. ^ https://www.maslsoccer.com/news/masl-announces-revised-2019-2020-schedule
  4. ^ "Standings - Major Arena Soccer League". www.maslsoccer.com.
  5. ^ MASL Stats