1991 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season

The 1991 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season was the club's second in the American Professional Soccer League and their third season overall. The Blackhawks finished with the second-best overall record and went on to win the championship, beating the Albany Capitals in the finals.[2]

San Francisco Bay Blackhawks
1991 season
OwnerDan Van Voorhis
Coach Laurie Calloway
StadiumNewark Memorial Stadium
APSLConference: 2nd
Overall: 2nd
APSL PlayoffsChampions
U.S. Open CupDid not enter
Top goalscorerTownsend Qin (6) [1]

Squad

The 1991 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
MF Jeff Baicher
DF Marcelo Balboa
FW Paul Bravo
FW Steve Corpening
DF Troy Dayak
GK Mark Dougherty
FW Chance Fry
MF Paul Holocher
FW Peter Isaacs
FW Mark Kerlin
MF Dominic Kinnear
No. Position Player
MF Bernie Lilavois
MF Lawrence Lozzano
DF Tim Martin
DF Danny Pena
MF Townsend Qin
MF Jorge Salazar
DF Mark Semioli
DF Joe Silva
FW Dzung Tran
DF Derek Van Rheenen
FW Scott Wulferdingen
FW Eric Wynalda

Competitions

APSL

Match results

Season

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
May 4, 1991 Salt Lake Sting H 1–0 (aet)
May 15, 1991 Vancouver 86ers (CSL) H 1–0 Qin
May 26, 1991 Miami Freedom H 4–0 Baicher, Salazar, Kinnear, Fry
June 1, 1991 Penn-Jersey Spirit H 4–1 Holocher, Martin, Qin (2)
June 7, 1991 Salt Lake Sting A 0–0*
June 9, 1991 Colorado Foxes A 2–1 Bravo, Baicher
June 15, 1991 Colorado Foxes A 3–1 Bravo, Van Rheenen, Lilavois
June 21, 1991 Albany Capitals H 1–0 Wynalda
June 28, 1991 Tampa Bay Rowdies A 2–1 Qin, Holocher
June 29, 1991 Fort Lauderdale Strikers A 1–1* Isaacs
July 3, 1991 Albany Capitals A 1–2 Salazar
July 6, 1991 Maryland Bays H 3–1 Fry (2), Baicher
July 12, 1991 Tampa Bay Rowdies H 1–0 Fry
July 20, 1991 Fort Lauderdale Strikers H 0–0*
July 27, 1991 Penn-Jersey Spirit A 1–1* Qin
July 30, 1991 Salt Lake Sting H 1–0@
August 10, 1991 Maryland Bays A 1–2 Balboa
August 11, 1991 Miami Freedom A 2–1 Balboa (2)
August 18, 1991 Colorado Foxes H 1–2 (aet) Fry
August 23, 1991 Salt Lake Sting A 1–0@
August 26, 1991 Colorado Foxes H 2–2* Qin, Salazar

Playoffs

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
September 7, 1991 Fort Lauderdale Strikers H 1–0 (aet) Kinnear
September 14, 1991 Fort Lauderdale Strikers A 1–0 (aet)
September 22, 1991 Albany Capitals A 1–3         Van Rheenen        
September 28, 1991 Albany Capitals H 2–0 Qin, Balboa
September 28, 1991 Albany Capitals H 1–0#

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

Standings

Western Conference

Place Team GP W L WN WE WS LN LE LS GF GA GD Points
1 Maryland Bays 21 19 2 17 1 1 2 0 0 54 23 +31 158
2 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 21 17 4 12 1 4 2 1 1 33 16 +17 126
3 Colorado Foxes 21 13 8 11 1 1 7 0 1 36 27 +9 111
4 Salt Lake Sting 20 3 17 3 0 0 14 1 2 12 22 −10 33

References

  1. "APSL 1991 Season". A-League Archives. Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  2. "APSL 1991 Season". a-leaguearchive.tripod.com. Retrieved 2014-03-19.
  3. "APSL 1991 Season". Retrieved March 19, 2014.
  4. "San Francisco Bay Blackhawks Game Results". Retrieved March 27, 2014.
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