Rhode Island Oceaneers
|Full name||Rhode Island Oceaneers|
|Founded||1974 | Reformed 2014|
The original team was established in 1974. That season, they won the league title after a 16-2 regular season. U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame (1990) coach Manny Schellscheidt was named ASL Coach of the Year as the club outscored opponents 56-16.
For the 1977 season, the team was renamed the New England Oceaneers. Schellscheidt moved on to coach the New Jersey Americans, replaced by Massachusetts Hall of Famer (1999) John Bertos. After an 8-2-14 (8th of 9 teams) season, the team moved to Indianapolis, Indiana and become the Indianapolis Daredevils before folding after the 1979 season.
|Year||Division||League||Reg. Season||Record (W-D-L)||Playoffs||U.S. Open Cup|
|1974||2||ASL||1st, Midwest||16-0-2||Champion||Did not enter|
|1975||2||ASL||2nd, North||8-9-3||1st Round||Did not enter|
|1976||2||ASL||2nd, East||9-3-9||Semifinal||Did not enter|
|1977||2||ASL||5th, East||8-2-14||Did not qualify||Did not enter|
- Winner (1): 1974
ASL Rookie of the Year
- 1976: John Roeslein
ASL Leading Goalkeeper
- 1975: Brad Steurer
ASL Coach of the Year
- 1974: Manny Schellscheidt
- The Year in American Soccer - 1974
- "Hall of Famers". U.S. Soccer. Retrieved 8 September 2014.
- "Hall of Fame". Massachusetts Adult State Soccer. Retrieved 8 September 2014.
- "Saturday will be a special reunion for Bertos, Astros". Lowell Sun. Retrieved 23 August 2013.
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