Jim Huchingson

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Jim Huchingson
Personal information
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1988 San Jose Earthquakes
1990 Real Santa Barbara ? (9)
1991 Salt Lake Sting 4 (1)
1992 Palo Alto Firebirds
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Jim Huchingson is a retired soccer forward who played professionally in the American Professional Soccer League.

In 1988, Huchingson played for the San Jose Earthquakes in the Western Soccer Alliance.[1] In 1990, he joined Real Santa Barbara of the American Professional Soccer League.[2] His nine goals put him eighth on the goal scoring list and ninth on the points list that season.[3] He moved to the Salt Lake Sting for the 1991 season.[4] In 1992, Hutchinson played for the Palo Alto Firebirds of the USISL. The Firebirds won the championship that season, with Hutchinson scoring the only goal in the final.[5] He was USISL All League that season.[6]

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