Central Coast Roadrunners
Central Coast Roadrunners were an American soccer team, founded in 1996. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, until 2002, after which the team left the league and the franchise rights were transferred to the newly formed Fresno Fuego. The Roadrunners were one of the most successful PDL franchises in California, winning the national championship in 1996 and 1997.
|Full name||Central Coast Roadrunners|
|League||Premier Development League|
|2002||5th, did not make playoffs|
Their chairman, Larry Smyth, was inducted into the USL Hall of Fame in 2004, and was the first person to be inducted into the USL Hall of Fame via vote in the Builder category, which has an automatic induction for owners and executives who have served 10 years in the USL.
|Year||Division||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||Open Cup|
|1996||"4"||USISL Prem||1st, Western South||Champions||Did not qualify|
|1997||"4"||USL PDSL||2nd, Southwest||Champions||Round 3|
|1998||"4"||USL PDSL||4th, Southwest||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|1999||"4"||USL PDL||2nd, Southwest||Conference Semi-finals||Did not qualify|
|2000||"4"||USL PDL||2nd, Southwest||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|
|2001||"4"||USL PDL||3rd, Southwest||Did not qualify||Round 2|
|2002||"4"||USL PDL||5th, Southwest||Did not qualify||Did not qualify|