1992 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season

The 1992 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks season was the club's third in the American Professional Soccer League and their fourth season overall. The Blackhawks finished in third place, and were defeated, 2–1, by the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the playoff semifinals.[2] They also made a strong run in the CONCACAF Champions Cup, defeating three opponents and reaching the Fifth round, where they fell to Mexico's Club América by an aggregate 4-3 score.[3]

San Francisco Bay Blackhawks
1992 season
OwnerDan Van Voorhis
Coach Laurie Calloway
StadiumSpartan Stadium
APSL3rd
APSL PlayoffsSemifinals
U. S. Open CupDid not enter
CONCACAFFifth Round
Professional CupSemifinals
Top goalscorerPeter Isaacs (5) [1]

Squad

The 1992 squad[4]

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

No. Position Player
FW Paul Bravo
GK Mark Dougherty
DF John Doyle
MF John Garvey
MF Paul Holocher
FW Peter Isaacs
DF Rick Iversen
MF Dominic Kinnear
MF Joey Leonetti
MF Bernie Lilavois
MF Lawrence Lozzano
No. Position Player
MF Paul Mariner
DF Tim Martin
FW Mike Masters
DF Danny Pena
MF Townsend Qin
MF Jorge Salazar
GK Dave Salzwedel
DF Mark Semioli
Anthony Silva
DF Derek Van Rheenen
FW Justin Wall
FW Eric Wynalda

Competitions

APSL

Standings

Place Team GP W L WN WE WS LN LE LS GF GA GD Points
1 Colorado Foxes 16 11 5 10 0 1 5 0 0 26 18 +8 89
2 Tampa Bay Rowdies 16 10 6 8 1 1 4 1 1 34 25 +9 87
3 San Francisco Bay Blackhawks 16 8 8 6 0 2 6 0 2 27 25 +2 73
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 16 7 9 4 2 1 8 0 1 25 23 +2 61
5 Miami Freedom 16 4 12 4 0 0 9 2 1 17 38 -21 43

Match results

Season

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
May 9, 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies A 11* Isaacs
May 10, 1992 Fort Lauderdale Strikers A 11* Isaacs
May 13, 1992 Colorado Foxes H 20 Bravo, Lilavois
May 16, 1992 Fort Lauderdale Strikers H 42 Masters (2), Isaacs, Lilavois
May 30, 1992 Colorado Foxes H 30 Wynalda, Masters, Isaacs
June 6, 1992 Colorado Foxes A 13 Van Rheenen
June 19, 1992 Miami Freedom A 10 Salazar
June 21, 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies A 13 Van Rheenen
June 25, 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies H 33* Isaacs, Holocher, Leonetti
July 4, 1992 Miami Freedom H 12 Masters
July 18, 1992 Colorado Foxes A 01
July 26, 1992 Fort Lauderdale Strikers H 22* Leonetti, Van Rheenen
July 31, 1992 Miami Freedom A 02
August 1, 1992 Fort Lauderdale Strikers A 31 Pena, Garvey, Salazar
August 23, 1992 Miami Freedom H 01
August 29, 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies H 43[5] Lozzano (2), Lilavois (2)

Playoffs

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
September 11, 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies A 12          Kinnear         

* = Shootout
Source:[6]

CONCACAF Champions Cup

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
March 27, 1992 A.F.C. Euro Kickers H 100
March 29, 1992 A.F.C. Euro Kickers H 10
April 18, 1992 La Victoria F.C. H 32
May 2, 1992 La Victoria F.C. A 20 Wynalda, Salazar
June 14, 1992 Real C.D. España H 30 Leonetti, Masters
June 16, 1992 Real C.D. España H 30 Leonetti, Masters, Doyle
August 9, 1992 Club América A 13 Isaacs
August 16, 1992 Club América H 21 Leonetti, Martin

Professional Cup

DateOpponentVenueResultScorers
July 22, 1992 Chicago Power H 20 Pena, Holocher
August 19, 1992[7] Chicago Power A 32 Leonetti, ?, ?[8]
September 5, 1992 Colorado Foxes A 01

Source:[9]

References

  1. "APSL 1992 Season". A-League Archives. Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  2. "APSL 1992 Season". Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  3. "CONCACAF Champions Cup 1992". Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  4. "APSL 1992 Season". Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  5. "SOCCER". The Star-News. September 2, 1992. Retrieved June 22, 2016.
  6. "APSL 1992 Season". Retrieved March 27, 2014.
  7. Rosewater, Amy (August 19, 1992). "Power Battles San Francisco In Tourney". Chicago-Sun Times. Archived from the original on September 11, 2016. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
  8. "Tournament Loss Closes Power's Outdoor Season". Chicago Tribune. August 20, 1992. Retrieved 2016-06-13.
  9. "APSL 1992 Season". Retrieved March 27, 2014.
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