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Major Indoor Soccer League II (1984-2008)

(A.K.A. American Indoor Soccer Association, 1984-1990, National Professional Soccer League, 1991-2001)

The Major Indoor Soccer League II started in 1984 as the American Indoor Soccer Association, and was intended as an alternative to the then well established original Major Indoor Soccer League. The name of the league was changed to National Professional Soccer League in 1990. Rivalry between the two leagues grew heated in the late 1980's, and ultimately led to the demise of the original MISL, and the end of a destructive salary and trade war. The NPSL was restructured in August 2001 as the new Major Indoor Soccer League, now a single-entity structure like Major League Soccer. Late in the fall of 2001, the league absorbed the World Indoor Soccer League. Financial troubles forced the league’s demise in 2002, but the teams, around new management formed a new single-entity league that year. The MISL finally folded in 2008, with the teams dispersing to the new Extreme Soccer League, National Indoor Soccer League and American Indoor Soccer League.

2007-2008

Before the season, New Jersey, Monterrey and Orlando were added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT    GB   GF   GA
Milwaukee Wave            30  22   8  0.733   --   424  297
Detroit Ignititon         30  22   8  0.733   --   455  310
Baltimore Blast           30  19  11  0.633  3.00  392  289
Monterrey La Raza         30  16  14  0.533  6.00  441  399
Chicago Storm             30  15  15  0.500  7.00  321  346
New Jersey Ironmen        30  14  16  0.467  8.00  343  381
Philadelphia Kixx         30  12  18  0.400 10.00  310  349
California Cougars        30  11  19  0.367 11.00  364  450
Orlando Sharks            30   4  26  0.133 18.00  235  464

QUARTERFINALS: Monterrey defeated Chicago 8-10, 17-5, G.G.; Baltimore defeated New Jersey 22-10, 6-4

SEMIFINALS: Baltimore defeated Milwaukee 13-8, 14-13; Monterrey defeated Detroit 15-11, 2-21, G.G.

FINAL: Baltimore defeated Monterrey 14-11

The MISL folded in June of 2008. Baltimore, Monterrey and Philadelphia joined the new NISL. Detroit, New Jersey, Milwaukee and Chicago formed the new Extreme Soccer League. California joined the new pro division of the PASL. Orlando was to join the NISL, but folded before playing any games.

2006-2007

Before the season, Detroit was added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT    GB   GF   GA
Detroit Ignition          30  18  12  0.600    --  374  330
Chicago Storm             30  17  13  0.567  1.00  372  341
Philadelphia Kixx         30  17  13  0.567  1.00  377  343
Milwaukee Wave            30  16  14  0.533  2.00  397  360
Baltimore Blast           30  15  15  0.500  3.00  327  322
California Cougars        30   7  23  0.233 11.00  331  482

SEMIFINALS: Detroit defeated Milwaukee 13-11, 8-10, 2-1 (T.B.); Philadelphia defeated Chicago 8-11, 10-6, s.d.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Philadelphia defeated Detroit 13-8

2005-2006

Before the season, California Cougars were added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT     GB   GF   GA
St. Louis Steamers        30  23   7  0.767    --  199  139
Baltimore Blast           30  17  13  0.567  6.00  184  168
Milwaukee Wave            30  17  13  0.567  6.00  193  167
Chicago Storm             30  13  17  0.453 10.00  145  161
Philadelphia Kixx         30  10  20  0.333 13.00  138  175
California Cougars        30  10  20  0.333 13.00  145  194

SEMIFINALS: St. Louis defeated Chicago 7-1, 9-2; Baltimore defeated Milwaukee 10-4, 8-10, s.d.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Baltimore defeated St. Louis 4-2, 4-1

After the season, St. Louis folded.

2004-2005

Before the season, Chicago was added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT    GB   GF   GA
Milwaukee Wave            39  24  15   0.615   --  219  173
Cleveland Force           39  23  16   0.590 1.00  233  217
Philadelphia Kixx         39  22  17   0.564 2.00  215  195
St. Louis Steamers        40  20  20   0.500 4.50  210  219
Kansas City Comets        39  18   21  0.462 6.00  207  237
Chicago Storm             39  18  21   0.462 6.00  212  217
Baltimore Blast           39  15  24   0.385 9.00  205  238
San Diego Sockers         10   4   6   0.400 1.50   52   45
Monterrey Fury             6   1   5   0.167 2.50   28   40

SEMIFINALS: Milwaukee defeated St. Louis 6-5, 4-3; Cleveland defeated Philadelphia 10-6

FINALS: Milwaukee defeated Cleveland 10-9, 10-9

San Diego and Monterrey folded during the season. After the season, Cleveland folded and Kansas City went on hiatus, eventually folding.

2003-2004

Before the season, St. Louis joined from the defunct WISL and Monterrey was added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT    GB    GF   GA
     Eastern Division
Baltimore Blast           36  25  11   .694    --   241  192
Philadelphia Kixx         36  20  16   .556   5.0   194  184
Cleveland Force           36  15  21   .417  10.0   178  200
 
     Central Division
Milwaukee Wave            36  26   9   .722    --   235  161
Kansas City Comets        35  17  19   .472   9.0   227  270
St. Louis Steamers        36  14  22   .389  12.0   158  205
 
     Western Division
Dallas Sidekicks          36  21  15   .583    --   213  167
San Diego Kickers         36  13  23   .361   8.0   160  195
Monterrey Fury            36  10  26   .278  11.0   184  216

QUARTERFINALS: Kansas City defeated Philadelphia 8-5; Dallas defeated Cleveland 7-4

SEMIFINALS: Baltimore defeated Dallas 6-1; Milwaukee defeated Kansas City 7-3

FINALS: Baltimore vs. Milwaukee 12-3, 8-4, 6-2

Dallas went on hiatus after the season, eventually folding.

2002-2003

Before the season, San Diego and Dallas joined from the defunct WISL. Cleveland was renamed the Force.

                          GP   W   L    PCT    GB    GF   GA
      Eastern Division
Philadelphia Kixx         38  24  12   .667    --   406  367
Cleveland Force           38  19  17   .528   5.00  388  428
Baltimore Blast           38  18  18   .500   6.00  394  395
Harrisburg Heat           38  15  21   .417   9.00  423  460
 
      Western Division
Milwaukee Wave            38  28   9   .778    --   505  317
Kansas City Comets        38  17  19   .472  11.00  495  473
San Diego Sockers         38  14  22   .389  14.00  361  448
Dallas Sidekicks          38   9  27   .250  19.00  342  427

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS: Baltimore defeated Cleveland, 16-13; Kansas City defeated San Diego, 13-11.

CONFERENCE FINALS: Milwaukee defeated Kansas City 20-19; Baltimore defeated Philadelphia, 8-6.

FINALS: Baltimore defeated Milwaukee, 12-19, 15-12, 13-12.

After the season, Harrisburg went inactive for the 2003-04 season.

2001 - 2002

MAJOR INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Kansas City was renamed the Comets.

                          GP   W   L    PCT   GB     GF    GA
Milwaukee Wave            44  34  10   .773   ---   663   468
Philadelphia Kixx         44  30  14   .682   4.0   578   498
Kansas City Comets        44  24  20   .545  10.0   673   651
Baltimore Blast           44  18  26   .409  16.0   555   589
Cleveland Crunch          44  16  28   .364  18.0   566   623
Harrisburg Heat           44  10  34   .227  24.0   449   655

SEMIFINALS: Milwaukee defeated Baltimore, 18-12; Philadelphia defeated Kansas City, 18-13.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Philadelphia defeated Milwaukee 4-11, 11-4, 8-6.

After the season, Toronto and Detroit folded.

The MISL merged with the WISL shortly before the start of the season.

2000-2001

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Toronto was added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT   GB     GF    GA
     American Conference
Harrisburg Heat           40  24  16   .600   ---   556   552
Buffalo Blizzard          40  22  18   .550   2.0   513   464
Baltimore Blast           40  22  18   .550   2.0   591   529
Philadelphia Kixx         40  22  18   .550   2.0   542   449
Cleveland Crunch          40  18  22   .450   6.0   542   617
 
     National Conference
Milwaukee Wave            40  24  16   .600   ---   544   452
Toronto Thunderhawks      40  21  19   .525   3.0   574   556
Wichita Wings             39  18  21   .462   5.5   516   533
Kansas City Attack        40  14  26   .350  10.0   526   637
Detroit Rockers           40  13  27   .325  11.0   469   579
Edmonton Drillers          9   6   3   .667   ---   120   135

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS: Philadelphia Kixx defeated Harrisburg Heat 21-19 (OT), 14-19; Baltimore Blast defeated Buffalo Blizzard 9-8, 18-13; Milwaukee Wave defeated Kansas City Attack 22-7, 2-12, 22-17; Toronto defeated Wichita 14-8, 7-17, 16-12.

CONFERENCE FINALS: Philadelphia defeated Baltimore 19-23, 12-8, 16-15; Milwaukee defeated Toronto 18-14, 24-17.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Milwaukee defeated Philadelphia 16-12, 9-8, 10-8.

Edmonton folded during the season. During late August, the NPSL was restructured to become the MISL II. The Buffalo Blizzard and the Wichita Wings folded.

1999-2000

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Florida folded.

                          GP   W   L    PCT   GB     GF    GA
     AMERICAN CONFERENCE
     East Division
Baltimore Blast           44  26  18   .591  ----   658   544
Philadelphia Kixx         44  24  20   .545   2.0   599   564
Harrisburg Heat           44  16  28   .364  10.0   626   707
 
     Central Division
Cleveland Crunch          44  27  17   .614  ----   694   578
Montreal Impact           44  24  20   .545   3.0   568   577
Buffalo Blizzard          44  19  25   .432   8.0   495   617
 
     NATIONAL CONFERENCE
     North Division
Milwaukee Wave            44  31  13   .705  ----   657   483
Edmonton Drillers         44  22  22   .500   9.0   546   550
Detroit Rockers           44  19  25   .432  12.0   498   539
 
     Midwest Division
Kansas City Attack        44  24  20   .545  ----   694   628
Wichita Wings             44  21  23   .477   3.0   596   614
St. Louis Ambush          44  11  33   .250  13.0   488   718

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS: Cleveland defeated Montreal 21-7, 21-11; Baltimore defeated Philadelphia 15-11, 25-12; Milwaukee defeated Wichita 21-8, 9-6; Edmonton defeated Kansas City 26-25, 15-14.

CONFERENCE FINALS: Cleveland defeated Baltimore 28-18, 25-22; Milwaukee defeated Edmonton 13-7, 14-4.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Milwaukee defeated Cleveland 18-20, 18-12, 15-27,14-8, 19-6.

After the season, St. Louis folded. Montreal withdrew.

1998-99

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Florida was added.

                          GP   W   L    PCT   GB    GF   GA
     AMERICAN CONFERENCE
     East Division
Philadelphia Kixx         40  23  17  .575  ----   492   444
Harrisburg Heat           40  21  19  .525   2.0   498   478
Baltimore Blast           40  19  21  .475   4.0   519   579
Florida ThunderCats       40  12  28  .300  11.0   351   527
 
     Central Division
Cleveland Crunch          40  26  14  .650  ----   637   539
Milwaukee Wave            40  25  15  .625   1.0   518   428
Montreal Impact           40  19  21  .475   7.0   439   437
 
     NATIONAL CONFERENCE
     North Division
Edmonton Drillers         40  23  17  .575  ----   497   439
Buffalo Blizzard          40  22  18  .550   1.0   573   560
Detroit Rockers           40  12  28  .300  11.0   430   510
 
     Midwest Division
St. Louis Ambush          40  21  19  .525  ----   595   533
Kansas City Attack        40  19  21  .475   2.0   527   539
Wichita Wings             40  18  22  .450   3.0   538   601

CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS: Kansas City defeated Wichita, 18-10, 14-16 (2 OT), 21-10; Montreal defeated Harrisburg, 16-10, 10-8 (OT).

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS: St. Louis defeated Buffalo, 13-16, 12-10, 12-11; Edmonton defeated Kansas City, 12-16, 22-8, 17-13; Philadelphia defeated Milwaukee, 9-11, 13-11, 14-5; Cleveland defeated Montreal, 9-10, 28-11, 15-9.

CONFERENCE FINALS: St. Louis defeated Edmonton, 16-8, 16-10; Cleveland defeated Philadelphia, 15-0, 30-15.

FINALS: Cleveland defeated St. Louis, 20-9, 21-10, 12-14, 8-12,18-12.

1997-98

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Columbus was absorbed by the A-League's Montreal Impact, who joined the NPSL for the winter season. Toronto and Tampa Bay sat out the 1997 season.

                          GP   W   L    PCT   GB     GF    GA
     AMERICAN CONFERENCE
     East Division
Philadelphia Kixx         40  26  14   .650  ----   569   484
Harrisburg Heat           40  21  19   .525   5.0   530   518
Baltimore Spirit          40  12  28   .300  14.0   487   569
     Central Division
Milwaukee Wave            40  28  12   .700  ----   593   486
Cleveland Crunch          40  21  19   .525   7.0   627   612
Cincinnati Silverbacks    40  15  25   .375  13.0   563   604
 
     NATIONAL CONFERENCE
     North Division
Buffalo Blizzard          40  21  19   .525  ----   495   504
Edmonton Drillers         40  18  22   .450   3.0   428   418
Montreal Impact           40  16  24   .400   5.0   455   518
Detroit Rockers           40  13  27   .325   8.0   464   571
     Midwest Division
St. Louis Ambush          40  27  13   .675  ----   625   513
Wichita Wings             40  22  18   .550   5.0   575   559
Kansas City Attack        40  20  20   .500   7.0   442   497

Conference Quarterfinals: Kansas City defeated Edmonton 8-4, 14-8; Harrisburg defeated Cincinnati 14-12 (OT),5-27, 18-13.

Conference Semifinals: St. Louis defeated Kansas City, 17-8, 18-15; Wichita defeated Buffalo, 19-16,15-14; Milwaukee defeated Harrisburg, 19-4, 18-11; Philadelphia defeated Cleveland, 10-4, 29-27 (OT)

Conference Finals: Milwaukee defeated Philadelphia, 7-9 (OT), 19-5,12-3, 16-10; St. Louis defeated Wichita, 17-9, 10-8, 21-14,19-11

CHAMPIONSHIP: Milwaukee defeated St. Louis, 16-14, 18-10, 17-14,8-12, 21-10

After the season, Cincinnati, Tampa Bay and Toronto (both on hiatus) folded.

1996-97

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Toronto and Philadelphia were added, and Chicago moved to Edmonton.

                        GP   W   L    PCT   GB     GF    GA
	AMERICAN CONFERENCE
	East Division
Harrisburg Heat         40  22  18   .550  ----   523   457
Baltimore Spirit        40  20  20   .500   2.0   506   494
Philadelphia Kixx       40  17  23   .425   5.0   451   593
Tampa Bay Terror        40  15  25   .375   7.0   503   541
 
	Central Division
Cleveland Crunch        40  29  11   .725  ----   772   550
Cincinnati Silverbacks  40  21  19   .525   8.0   570   517
Columbus Invaders       40   5  35   .125  24.0   479   895
 
	NATIONAL CONFERENCE
	North Division
Buffalo Blizzard        40  21  19   .525  ----   545   469
Edmonton Drillers       40  21  19   .525  ----   538   475
Detroit Rockers         40  20  20   .500   1.0   563   532
Toronto Shooting Stars  40   6  34   .150  15.0   416   685
 
	Midwest Division
St. Louis Ambush        40  27  13   .675  ----   637   545
Milwaukee Wave          40  26  14   .650   1.0   525   472
Kansas City Attack      40  26  14   .650   1.0   605   500
Wichita Wings           40  24  16   .600   3.0   589   497

Conference Quarterfinals: Cincinnati defeated Tampa Bay 13-11, 15-17(OT), 16-11; Baltimore defeated Philadelphia, 15-8, 18-8; Edmonton defeated Milwaukee, 20-6, 10-9; Kansas City defeated Wichita, 13-11, 13-14, 22-5.

Conference SEMIFINALS: Cleveland defeated Baltimore, 14-19, 21-9, 14-13; Harrisburg defeated Cincinnati, 11-9 (OT), 13-12; St. Louis defeated Edmonton, 19-18, 9-19, 16-11; Kansas City defeated Buffalo 18-12, 13-11.

Conference Finals: Cleveland defeated Harrisburg, 11-8, 13-19, 17-14, 14-12; Kansas City defeated St. Louis, 15-11, 22-16, 13-11.

FINALS: Kansas City defeated Cleveland 18-14, 25-19, 14-8, 15-12

1995-96

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Tampa Bay was added, and Dayton moved to Cincinnati.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF   GA 
	American Division
Cleveland Crunch           40  31   9  .775  --  775  553
Baltimore Spirit           40  25  15  .625   6  604  492
Harrisburg Heat            40  24  16  .600   7  604  516
Buffalo Blizzard           40  21  19  .525  10  562  586
Cinci. Silverbacks         40  14  26  .350  17  496  579
Tampa Bay Terror           40  14  26  .350  17  544  621
Canton Invaders            40   5  35  .125  26  425  706
 
	National Division
Kansas City Attack         40  32   8  .800  --  599  430
Milwaukee Wave             40  30  10  .750   2  610  438
St. Louis Ambush           40  24  16  .600   8  676  560
Wichita Wings              40  20  20  .500  12  547  531
Detroit Rockers            40  14  26  .350  18  485  607
Chicago Power              40   6  34  .150  26  381  689

Div. Semifinals: Cleveland defeated Buffalo 25-15, 17-20, 17-11; Baltimore defeated Harrisburg 16-11, 7-6; Kansas City defeated Wichita 10-9, 11-9; St. Louis defeated Milwaukee 9-10, 12-10, 14-12

Div. Finals: Cleveland beat Baltimore 15-11, 16-14 (OT), 14-23, 13-12; Kansas City defeated St. Louis 18-16, 14-25, 4-1, 10-30,20-9

FINALS: Cleveland defeated Kansas City 18-28,17-22,24-12,19-9,20-16,16-12

1994-95

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE
                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF   GA 
     	American Division
Cleveland Crunch           40  30  10  .750  --  742  524
Harrisburg Heat            40  23  17  .575   7  594  526
Baltimore Spirit           40  23  17  .575   7  615  572
Buffalo Blizzard           40  20  20  .500  10  579  552
Dayton Dynamo              40  15  25  .375  15  548  671
Canton Invaders            40   6  34  .150  24  443  752
 
     	National Division
St. Louis Ambush           40  30  10  .750  --  711  465
Kansas City Attack         40  29  11  .725   1  641  460
Milwaukee Wave             40  23  17  .575   7  535  459
Detroit Rockers            40  18  22  .450  12  508  546
Wichita Wings              40  17  23  .425  13  480  583
Chicago Power              40   6  34  .150  24  420  706

FIRST ROUND: Cleveland defeated Buffalo 22-10, 19-21 OT, 19-15; Harrisburg defeated Baltimore 17-4, 15-17 OT, 14-6 ; St. Louis defeated Detroit 15-12, 16-10 ; Kansas City defeated Milwaukee 10-12 OT, 20-9, 16-9

SECOND ROUND: Harrisburg defeated Cleveland 17-7, 24-18, 16-12; St. Louis defeated Kansas City 40-22, 18-22, 21-6, 11-12,25-14

FINALS: St. Louis defeated Harrisburg 19-9, 18-8, 12-7, 14-11

1993-94

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE
                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF   GA 
     	American Division
Baltimore Spirit           40  26  14  .650  --  594  553
Cleveland Crunch           40  23  17  .575   3  717  613
Buffalo Blizzard           40  19  21  .475   7  499  515
Harrisburg Heat            40  19  21  .475   7  557  585
Canton Invaders            40  18  22  .450   8  537  593
Dayton Dynamo              40  15  25  .375  11  653  665
 
     	National Division
St. Louis Ambush           40  25  15  .625  --  676  566
Detroit Rockers            40  24  16  .600   1  575  577
Wichita Wings              40  22  18  .550   3  598  572
Milwaukee Wave             40  20  20  .500   5  496  486
Chicago Power              40  15  25  .375  10  501  616
Kansas City Attack         40  14  26  .350  11  566  628

FIRST ROUND: Harrisburg defeated Baltimore 21-9, 13-7; Cleveland defeated Buffalo 24-16, 12-16, 13-8; St. Louis defeated Milwaukee 20-29, 12-8, 11-10; Detroit defeated Wichita 15-14, 19-16

SECOND ROUND: Cleveland defeated Harrisburg 13-14, 15-10, 21-10; St. Louis defeated Detroit 16-7, 15-10

FINALS: Cleveland defeated St. Louis 6-26, 21-14, 29-8, 17-15(2OT)

1992-93

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Cleveland and Wichita moved from the MSL. Baltimore and Buffalo were added. Illinois moved to Denver, and Tulsa moved to St. Louis.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF   GA 
     	American Division
Baltimore Spirit           40  27  13  .675  --  582  488
Cleveland Crunch           40  25  15  .625   2  702  563
Buffalo Blizzard           40  23  17  .575   4  570  503
Harrisburg Heat            40  22  18  .550   5  597  556
Dayton Dynamo              40  20  20  .500   7  562  584
Detroit Rockers            40  16  24  .400  11  566  666
Canton Invaders            40  13  27  .325  14  519  634
 
     	National Division
Wichita Wings              40  27  13  .675  --  587  435
Kansas City Attack         40  26  14  .650   1  657  555
Chicago Power              40  22  18  .550   5  483  514
St. Louis Ambush           40  19  21  .475   8  582  610
Milwaukee Wave             40  17  23  .425  10  513  509
Denver Thunder             40   3  37  .075  24  439  742

QUARTERFINALS: Harrisburg def. Baltimore 16-3, 22-9; Cleveland def. Buffalo 13-20, 12-6, 13-6; St. Louis def. Wichita 17-15 OT, 18-16 OT; Kansas City def. Chicago 9-8, 14-10

SEMIFINALS: Cleveland def. Harrisburg 16-15, 18-20(OT), 16-7; Kansas City def. St. Louis 21-17, 4-15, 16-14(OT)

FINALS: Kansas City defeated Cleveland 18-6, 12-8, 12-17, 16-19,19-7

After the season, Denver folded.

1991-92

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, Harrisburg and Tulsa were added. Atlanta moved to Kansas City.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF   GA 
      American Division
Canton Invaders            40  24  16  .600  --  476  447
Harrisburg Heat            40  24  16  .600  --  547  462
Detroit Rockers            40  22  18  .550   2  542  485
Dayton Dynamo              40   9  31  .225  15  479  593
 
      National Division
Chicago Power              40  30  10  .750  --  524  439
Kansas City Attack         40  26  14  .650   4  630  473
Illinois Thunder           40  20  20  .500  10  496  523
Milwaukee Wave             40  18  22  .450  12  453  534
Tulsa Ambush               40   7  33  .175  23  452  643

QUARTERFINALS: Kansas City defeated Illinois 9-24, 23-6, 6-2(MG); Detroit defeated Harrisburg 19-12, 16-8

SEMIFINALS: Canton defeated Kansas City 6-17, 16-14, 13-7; Detroit defeated Chicago 18-8, 7-18, 19-3

FINALS: Detroit defeated Canton 8-14, 16-17, 14-10, 10-1, 14-8

1990-91

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE

Before the season, the league changed their name from the American Indoor Soccer Association to the National Professional Soccer League. Detroit, Illinois and New York were added.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF    GA 
      American Division
Canton Invaders            40  28  12  .700  --   551  436
Atlanta Attack             40  25  15  .625   3   544  401
Detroit Rockers            40  22  18  .550   6   567  474
Hershey Impact             40  19  21  .475   9   489  520
New York Kick              40   3  37  .075  25   284  646
 
      National Division
Chicago Power              40  23  17  .575  --   508  461
Milwaukee Wave             40  23  17  .575  --   453  404
Dayton Dynamo              40  21  19  .525   2   465  478
Illinois Thunder           40  16  24  .400   7   480  507

FIRST ROUND: Dayton defeated Atlanta 11-6, 17-16; Detroit defeated Milwaukee 14-9, 9-10, 23-10

SEMIFINALS: Dayton def. Canton 15-10, 12-16, 15-6; Chicago defeated Detroit 14-9, 8-5

FINALS: Chicago defeated Dayton 12-0, 8-4, 12-10(OT)

After the season, New York and Hershey folded.

1989-90

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION

Before the season, Atlanta was added, Ft. Wayne changed their name to Indiana, and Memphis changed their nickname to the Rogues.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
      American Division
Canton Invaders            40  36   4  .900  --  544  321
Atlanta Attack             40  23  17  .575  13  443  382
Hershey Impact             40  19  21  .475  17  397  384
Memphis Rogues             40   6  34  .150  30  267  484
 
      National Division
Dayton Dynamo              40  21  19  .525  --  388  354
Milwaukee Wave             40  21  19  .525  --  373  353
Chicago Power              40  20  20  .500   1  375  394
Indiana Kick               40  14  26  .350   7  368  488

FIRST ROUND: Atlanta defeated Hershey 13-10, 13-9; Milwaukee def. Chicago 8-6, 8-6

SEMIFINALS: Canton def. Milwaukee 10-4, 12-4; Dayton def. Atlanta 2-15, 8-6 OT, 13-6

FINALS: Canton defeated Dayton 14-2, 7-8, 21-8, 13-11(OT)

After the season, Indiana and Memphis folded.

1988-89

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION

Before the season, Chicago and Hershey were added.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
Canton Invaders            40  25  15  .625  --  454  368
Milwaukee Wave             40  24  16  .600   1  367  355
Chicago Power              40  22  18  .550   3  375  380
Hershey Impact             40  21  19  .525   4  360  335
Fort Wayne Flames          40  20  20  .500   5  337  299
Dayton Dynamo              40  14  26  .350  11  328  350
Memphis Storm              40  14  26  .350  11  303  387

SEMIFINALS: Canton defeated Hershey 14-8, 5-0; Chicago defeated Milwaukee 16-12, 10-14, 20-4

FINALS: Canton defeated Chicago 16-8, 6-8, 16-7, 6-22, 15-9

1987-88

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION
                           Regular Season
 
                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
Memphis Storm              24  16   8  .667  --  104   94
Canton Invaders            24  12  12  .500   4  108   97
Milwaukee Wave             24  11  13  .458   5  103  111
Fort Wayne Flames          24   9  15  .375   7   99  112

For the Champions Cup, Jacksonville and Dayton were added.

                           Challenge Cup
 
Canton Invaders            12   9   3  .750  --   67   55
Fort Wayne Flames          12   8   4  .667   1   71   31
Milwaukee Wave             12   6   6  .500   3   50   51
Jacksonville Generals      12   6   6  .500   3   52   57
Memphis Storm              12   4   8  .333   5   44   53
Dayton Dynamo              12   3   9  .250   6   46   63

CHALLENGE CUP WINNER: Canton defeated Fort Wayne 5-4.

After the Challenge Cup, Jacksonville folded.

1986-87

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION

Before the season, Ft. Wayne, Memphis, Tampa Bay and Toledo were added.

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
      Northern Division
Canton Invaders            40  31  11  .775  --  255  165
Chicago Shoccers           40  26  16  .650   5  232  200
Toledo Pride               40  14  28  .350  17  179  210
Milwaukee Wave             40  12  30  .300  19  148  222
 
      Southern Division
Louisville Thunder         40  27  15  .675  --  213  181
Memphis Storm              40  24  18  .600   3  180  166
Tampa Bay Rowdies          40  21  21  .525   6  170  172
Fort Wayne Flames          40  13  29  .325  14  157  218

QUARTERFINALS: Chicago defeated Toledo 4-5 OT, 7-1, 1-0(MG); Memphis def. Tampa Bay 4-1, ?-5, 3-2 (MG)

SEMIFINALS: Canton def. Memphis 4-3 OT, 5-3; Louisville def. Chicago 7-3, 5-4

FINALS: Louisville defeated Canton 5-6, 5-4(OT), 3-2, 3-4, 6-4

After the season, Chicago, Toledo, Louisville, and Tampa Bay folded.

1985-86

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION

Before the season, Chicago changed their nickname to the Shoccers

                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
Canton Invaders            40  33   7  .825  --  243  149
Louisville Thunder         40  31   9  .775   2  251  185
Kalamazoo Kangaroos        40  17  23  .425  16  176  179
Chicago Shoccers           40  15  25  .375  18  196  225
Columbus Capitals          40  13  27  .325  20  200  270
Milwaukee Wave             40  11  29  .275  22  189  247

SEMIFINALS: Canton defeated Chicago 14-7, 5-3, 3-2; Louisville defeated Kalamazoo 2-1, 4-3, 4-3(OT)

FINALS: Canton defeated Louisville 6-3, 7-3, 10-5

After the season, Columbus and Kalamazoo folded.

1984-85

AMERICAN INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION
                            G   W   L    %   GB   GF  GA 
Canton Invaders            40  31   9  .775  --  263  187
Columbus Capitals          40  26  14  .650   5  305  261
Louisville Thunder         40  21  19  .525  10  225  202
Kalamazoo Kangaroos        40  15  25  .375  16  208  243
Chicago Vultures           40  14  26  .350  17  194  267
Milwaukee Wave             40  13  27  .325  17  213  248

SEMIFINALS: Canton defeated Kalamazoo 6-5(OT), 7-3, 4-6, 6-5(OT) Louisville defeated Columbus 11-10, 14-12, 9-2

FINALS: Canton defeated Louisville 9-6, 8-7, 4-11, 3-1


Soccer league histories compiled by Dave Litterer.

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