1990 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season

The 1990 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season was the club's first in the American Professional Soccer League and their second season overall. The Blackhawks finished in first place in their division and made a strong run in the playoffs, defeating the Colorado Foxes and the Los Angeles Heat to win the Western Conference. The APSL final ended 1-1, and the Maryland Bays prevailed over the Blackhawks on penalty kicks.[2]


San Francisco Bay Blackhawks
1990 season
OwnerDan Van Voorhis
Coach Dean Wurzberger
StadiumSpartan Stadium
APSLDivision: 1st
Western
Conference: 1st
APSL PlayoffsFinal
U.S. Open CupDid not enter
Top goalscorerSteve Corpening (8) [1]

Squad

The 1990 squad[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
DF Alan Bailey
DF Marcelo Balboa
FW Steve Corpening
DF Troy Dayak
GK Mark Dougherty
DF John Doyle
MF Robert Gallo
MF Simon Ireland
FW Peter Isaacs
MF Dominic Kinnear
No. Position Player
DF Tim Martin
MF Ignacio Navarete
FW Dave Palic
MF Steve Petuskey
MF Townsend Qin
DF Mark Semioli
DF Derek Van Rheenen
FW Kyle Whittemore
FW Scott Wulferdingen
FW Eric Wynalda
GK Eric Yamamoto

Competitions

APSL

Match results

Season

Playoffs

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
August 25, 1990 Colorado Foxes H 21        Dayak (2)       
September 8, 1990 Los Angeles Heat A 02
September 12, 1990 Los Angeles Heat H 11*
September 12, 1990   Los Angeles Heat   H 10# Kinnear
September 23, 1990 Maryland Bays A 11* Isaacs

* = Penalty kicks
# = Series tied, 1-1. S. F. Bay wins mini-game
Source:[4]

Standings

West (Western Soccer League) Conference

North Division

Place Team GP W SW SL L GF GA Points
1 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 20 9 4 1 6 39 30 104
2 Salt Lake Sting 20 11 1 1 7 39 34 104
3 Colorado Foxes 20 10 4 3 3 22 12 100
4 Portland Timbers 20 8 2 3 7 42 36 99
5 Seattle Storm 20 9 1 3 7 42 35 93

Points:

  • Win: 6
  • Shoot out win: 4
  • Shoot out loss: 2
  • 1 bonus point per goal scored in regulation, maximum of 3 per game

References

  1. "APSL 1990 Season WSL Conference". A-League Archives. Retrieved March 19, 2014.
  2. "APSL 1990 Season WSL Conference". A-League Archives. Retrieved March 19, 2014.
  3. "APSL 1990 Season Stats". Retrieved March 19, 2014.
  4. "San Francisco Bay Blackhawks Game Results". Retrieved March 27, 2014.


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