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History of soccer in Rochester NY

NASL

On June 30, 1963, the Italian-American Soccer Club of Rochester, NY won the United States National Amateur Cup when they defeated the St. Louis Ambrose for the championship. In 1966, they almost duplicated the feat, but unfortunately lost in the final to the Chicago Kickers. Despite the loss, many members of the Italian-American Sport Club felt their team was ready to step-up to the professional ranks and join the American Soccer League (ASL). One prominent club member, Tony Pullano, organized a group led by Pat DiNolfo and Charlie Schiano to purchase an ASL franchise. In 1967, with the franchise bought and named the Rochester Lancers, the team began play in the ASL's first division with the Baltimore Flyers, Newark Ukranian Sitch, Washington DC Darts, Boston Tigers, and the Philadelphia Ukranian Nationals. The Lancers made it to the playoffs in their first year, but were defeated by Boston and Philadelphia in a round-robin playoff tournament. In 1968 Rochester placed second in the league, while in 1969 the Lancers lost to Syracuse in the playoffs. The following year, both Rochester and Washington DC moved from the ASL to the North American Soccer League (NASL).

NASL

The NASL itself came about when in 1966 NBC televised the World Cup final in North America, and the broadcast went over so well that American sports promoters decided to start a division-1 professional soccer league. In 1967, two separate leagues were formed, the United Soccer Association (USA), and the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL). In 1968, the two rival leagues merged to form the NASL. In 1970, the Rochester Lancers began their first season in the NASL, playing home games at Aquinas Stadium — later renamed Holleder Memorial Stadium in 1974 — and went on to win the championship that same year, defeating Washington DC in a two-game aggregate final.

The Lancers hosted the world-famous New York Cosmos in a nationally televised North American Soccer League semifinal game at Holleder Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 21, 1977 before a capacity crowd of 20,005. That was a record home crowd for Rochester Sports. The Lancers then played the Cosmos at the Giants Stadium in front of a crowd of over 77,000 fans. Unfortunately the Cosmos won the series.

Rochester Lancers - Alternate logo

The Lancers averaged 8,200 fans per game in their 11 year history and had brought to Rochester opponents the likes of Pelé, Franz Beckenbauer, and Johan Cryuff to name a few. They were the only NASL club in history to participate in the international tournament — the 1971 CONCACAF Champions' Cup — where they finished in fourth-place. The Lancers played in America’s first Indoor Soccer Tournament in 1974. Several key Rochester Lancers players and coaches were involved with the development of indoor soccer and the MISL. The Rochester Lancers owners, players, trainers and front office staff, were the pioneers of Pro Indoor and Outdoor Soccer in America. The Lancers played in the NASL until the team folded after the 1980 season.

In 1981, a new group bought another franchise for Rochester in the ASL, calling the team the Rochester Flash. The Flash included former Lancer players and staff, including trainer Joe Sirianni. In 1981 and 1982, Rochester was knocked out of the ASL playoffs by Carolina. The Flash suspended operations for the 1983 season, and in 1984 joined the United Soccer League (USL), a league including former ASL teams. The USL lasted for two seasons, folding in 1985.

After the demise of the Lancers and the Flash, it would be ten years before pro soccer would return to Rochester with the formation of the Rochester Rhinos.

In 1996, the Rochester Rhinos made it to both the A-League and US Open Cup finals, but in 1997 were defeated early in the A-League playoffs. In 1998, the Rhinos had a stellar year on and off the field, averaging over 10,000 fans and winning the A-League championship when they defeated Minnesota in the final at Frontier Field. The Rhinos' future hopes and plans included a stadium of their own, and possibly returning Rochester, NY to division-1 professional soccer as a franchise in the Major League Soccer (MLS).

After ten seasons at Frontier Field, the Rhinos opened PAETEC Park in downtown Rochester NY — a state-of-the-art soccer specific stadium — playing their first season there in 2006. Subsequent seasons had the Rhinos in various different lower division soccer leagues such as the USL-1st Division, USSF 2nd Division, the revamped NASL of 2009, and currently the USL-Pro League. Try as they did, the Rhinos at PAETEC Park (later Marina Auto Stadium) never quite equaled the success of those first 10 years at Frontier Field and dreams of the MLS have all but faded away.

On July 21st 2010, the USL announced the formation of the I-League Indoor Professional Soccer League. Subsequently, the I-League merged with the existing MISL in April 2011, forming the new and larger Major Indoor Soccer League. The Rochester Lancers will be part of this new MISL league that will start in November 2011. Currently, six teams comprise the MISL including the newly announced Syracuse Silver Knights whom we anticipate will be our biggest rival!

Year 1- 2011/2012 Season

The Lancers busted out of the gate this season with a final record of 11-13. The Lancers finished 2nd in the Eastern Division, which allowed them to qualify for the playoffs. The team made it to the division finals where they lost to the Baltimore Blast. Key players during this season included Elliot Fauske, Mauricio Salles and Doug Miller. Fauske has been a defenseman for the Lancers beginning this year, and in this season, he earned eight points for his team. Salles was ranked 2nd in the MISL in scoring and had a total of 81 points in the season. Salles was also named the Offensive Player of the Year for the team. Finally, Doug Miller came out of retirement in 2011 and as a result he scored 25 goals, had 66 points and was named the team MVP of the season.

Year 2- 2012/2013 Season

The Lancers season was cut short and the curtain was dropped on them at the end of the original season. In the final match before the playoffs, the Chicago Soul FC took on the Syracuse Silver Knights and ended up winning by a score of 17-6. If the Silver Knights won that game, then the Lancers would have moved onto the playoff season. In the original season, Doug Miller led the Lancers and the MISL in scoring with a total of 102 points, 44 goals and 11 assists. Miller was also named the MISL MVP of the season. Other players that dominated on the field were Mauricio Salles, who finished with 97 points in the season and the second top scorer in the league, and Jeremy Ortiz, who has a total of 36 points in the season.

Year 3- 2013/2014 Season

The Lancers had a quiet season as they completed the year with a record of 6 and 14 and did not make it to the playoffs. Mauricio Salles lead his team this season with 41 points that included 14 goals and 8 assists. Gary Boughton was right behind Salles with 40 points, having 8 goals and 5 assists, while rookie starter Joseph Tavernese had 33 points in the season. This was also the final year of the MISL.

1970 Rochester Lancers: NASL

ROSTER Nelson Bergamo, Claude Campos, Phil Davis, Bob DiLuca, Winston Earle, Carlos Hernandez, Dick Howard, Yeo Kan-Kam, Jim Lefkos, Luis Marotti, Carlos Metidieri, Jesus Pelez Miranda, Charlie Mitchell, Frank Odoi, Gladstone Ofori, Josip Ognjanac, Roberto Ribeiro, Peter Short, Dave Thomson, Alfredo Torres, Francisco Ullivari, Ceyhan Yazar

COACHES Sal DaRosa, Alex Perolli, Charlie Schiano

Before the season, Rochester and Washington were added from the ASL II.

Northern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Rochester Lancers 24 9 6 9 41 45 111 .500 4,506
Kansas City Spurs 24 8 6 10 42 44 100 .458 2,398
St.Louis Stars 24 5 2 17 26 71 60 .250 2,745
Southern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Washington Darts 24 14 4 6 52 29 137 .666 3,894
Atlanta Chiefs 24 11 5 8 53 33 123 .562 3,002
Dallas Tornado 24 8 4 12 39 39 92 .416 2,228

CHAMPIONSHIP: Rochester defeated Washington 3-0,3-1

After the season, Kansas City folded.

1971 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Edner Breton, Claude Campos, Danville Clark, Domenico D'Alessio, Iris DeBrito, Eli Durante, Winston Earle, Francisco Escos, Paulo Ferreira, Adolfo Gori, Roberto Lonardo, Ron Mella, Carlos Metidieri, Charlie Mitchell, Frank Odoi, Gladstone Ofori, Manfred Seissler, Peter Short, Francisco Ullivari

COACHES Sal DaRosa

1971 Rochester Lancers: NASL

Before the season, New York, Toronto and Montreal were added.

Northern DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Rochester Lancers 24 13 6 5 48 31 141 .666 5,871
New York Cosmos 24 9 5 10 51 55 117 .479 4,517
Toronto Metros 24 5 9 10 32 47 89 .395 5,993
Montreal Olympique 24 4 5 15 29 59 65 .270 2,440
Southern DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Atlanta Chiefs 24 12 5 7 35 29 120 .604 4,275
Dallas Tornado 24 10 8 6 38 24 119 .583 3,326
Washington Darts 24 8 10 6 36 34 111 .541 3,262
St.Louis Stars 24 6 5 13 37 47 86 .354 3,579

Semi-finals: Dallas defeated Rochester 1-2(OT), 3-1, 2-1 (OT); Atlanta defeated New York 0-1 (OT), 2-0

CHAMPIONSHIP: Dallas defeated Atlanta 1-2 (OT), 4-1, 2-0

1972 Rochester Lancers: NASL

ROSTER Gary Barone, Edner Breton, Claude Campos, Iris DeBrito, Carlo Dell'Omodarme, Eli Durante, Francisco Escos, Adolfo Gori, Roberto Lonardo, Ron Mella, Charlie Mitchell, Frank Odoi, Gladstone Ofori, Manfred Seissler, Peter Short, Francisco Ullivari

COACHES Adolfo Gori

Before the season, Washington moved to Miami.

Northern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
New York Cosmos 14 7 4 3 28 16 77 .642 4,282
Rochester Lancers 14 6 3 5 20 22 64 .535 5,505
Montreal Olympique 14 4 5 5 19 20 57 .464 2,308
Toronto Metros 14 4 4 6 18 22 53 .428 7,173
Southern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
St.Louis Stars 14 7 3 4 20 14 69 .607 7,773
Dallas Tornado 14 6 3 5 15 12 60 .535 4,093
Atlanta Chiefs 14 5 3 6 19 18 56 .464 5,034
Miami Gatos 14 3 3 8 17 32 44 .321 2,112

Semi-finals: New York defeated Dallas 1-0; St. Louis defeated Rochester 2-0

CHAMPIONSHIP: New York defeated St. Louis 2-1

1973 Rochester Lancers: NASL

ROSTER Roberto Alas, Mario Camacho, Claude Campos, Danville Clark, Eli Durante, Francisco Escos, Tony Esposito, Floriano Gallassin, Roberto Lonardo, Carlos Metidieri, Charlie Mitchell, Frank Odoi, Antun Runac, Phil Russo, Andy Rymarczuk, Manfred Seissler, Peter Short, Willie Steinrotter, Antonio Trzaskowski

COACHES Sal DaRosa

Before the season, Philadelphia was added. Miami became the Toros.

Eastern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Philadelphia Atoms 19 9 8 2 29 14 104 .684 11,501
New York Cosmos 19 7 7 5 31 23 91 .552 5,782
Miami Toros 19 8 6 5 26 21 88 .578 5,477
Northern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Toronto Metros 19 6 9 4 32 18 89 .552 5,961
Montreal Olympique 19 5 4 10 25 32 64 .368 3,856
Rochester Lancers 19 4 6 9 17 27 59 .368 4,069
Southern Division G W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Dallas Tornado 19 11 4 4 36 25 111 .684 7,474
St.Louis Stars 19 7 5 7 27 27 82 .500 6,337
Atlanta Apollos 19 3 7 9 23 40 62 .342 3,317

Semi-finals: Philadelphia defeated Toronto 3-0; Dallas defeated New York 1-0
CHAMPIONSHIP: Philadelphia defeated Dallas 2-0

After the season, Montreal and Atlanta folded.

1974 Rochester Lancers: NASL

ROSTER Gary Barone, Claude Campos, Silvio Colhaco, Phil Davis, Eli Durante, Francisco Escos, George Gibbs, John Grasser, Josef Janduda, Josef Jelinek, Roberto Lonardo, Charlie Mitchell, Frank Odoi, Tommy Ord, David Proctor, Antun Runac, Andy Rymarczuk, Rudi Sacher, Manfred Seissler, Antonio Trzaskowski, Doug Wark

COACHES Bill Hughes, John Petrossi

Before the season, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, Denver, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle, and Vancouver were added.

Northern DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Boston Minutemen 20 10 1 9 36 23 94 .525 9,642
Toronto Metros 20 9 1 10 30 31 87 .475 3,458
Rochester Lancers 20 8 2 10 23 30 77 .450 5,908
New York Cosmos 20 4 2 14 28 40 58 .250 3,578
Eastern DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Miami Toros 20 9 6 5 38 24 107 .600 7,340
Baltimore Comets 20 10 2 8 42 46 105 .550 4,139
Philadelphia Atoms 20 8 1 11 25 25 74 .425 11,784
Washington Diplomats 20 7 1 12 29 36 70 .375 4,975
Central DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Dallas Tornado 20 9 3 8 39 27 100 .525 8,469
St.Louis Stars 20 4 1 15 27 42 54 .225 7,374
Denver Dynamos 20 5 0 15 21 42 49 .250 4,840
Western DivisionG W T L GF GA PTS % Att.
Los Angeles Aztecs 20 11 2 7 41 36 110 .600 5,098
San Jose Earthquakes 20 9 8 3 43 38 103 .650 16,584
Seattle Sounders 20 10 3 7 37 17 101 .575 13,454
Vancouver Whitecaps 20 5 4 11 29 30 70 .350 10,979

Quarterfinals: Dallas defeated San Jose 3-0; Boston defeated Baltimore 1-0
Semi-finals: Miami defeated Dallas 3-1; Los Angeles defeated Boston 2-0
CHAMPIONSHIP: Los Angeles defeated Miami 4-3 (PK)

1975 Rochester Lancers: NASL

ROSTER Bill Berrington, Nelson Cupello, Eli Durante, Francisco Escos, Keith Gannon, George Gibbs, Leroy Gilchrist, Josef Janduda, Edward Jijon, Keith Korte, George Lamptey, Mohammed Lawal, Gil Mardarescu, Jim May, Charlie Mitchell, Lee Newlyn, Feliks Niedziolka, Frank Odoi, Tommy Ord, Ardo Perri, Andy Rymarczuk, Nene Teixeira, Antonio Trzaskowski

COACHES Ted Dumitru

Before the season, Hartford, Portland, Tampa Bay, Chicago, and San Antonio were added. Toronto changed its name to Metros-Croatia.

Northern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Boston Minutemen 22 13 9 41 29 116 .590 4,422
Toronto Metros-Croatia 22 13 9 39 28 114 .590 6,271
New York Cosmos 22 10 12 39 38 91 .454 10,450
Rochester Lancers 22 6 16 29 49 64 .272 5,333
Hartford Bicentennials 22 6 16 27 51 61 .272 3,720
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Tampa Bay Rowdies 22 16 6 46 27 135 .727 10,728
Miami Toros 22 14 8 47 30 123 .636 4,921
Washington Diplomats 22 12 10 42 47 112 .545 8,373
Philadelphia Atoms 22 10 12 33 42 90 .454 6,848
Baltimore Comets 22 9 13 34 52 87 .409 2,641
Central Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
St.Louis Stars 22 13 9 38 34 115 .590 6,071
Chicago Sting 22 12 10 39 33 106 .545 4,330
Denver Dynamos 22 9 13 37 42 85 .409 3,654
Dallas Tornado 22 9 13 33 38 83 .409 4,630
San Antonio Thunder 22 6 16 24 46 59 .272 4,412
Pacific Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Portland Timbers 22 16 6 43 27 138 .727 14,503
Seattle Sounders 22 15 7 42 28 129 .681 16,826
Los Angeles Aztecs 22 12 10 42 33 107 .545 8,307
Vancouver Whitecaps 22 11 11 38 28 99 .500 7,579
San Jose Earthquakes 22 8 14 37 48 83 .363 17,927

Quarterfinals Miami defeated Boston 2-1 (OT); St. Louis defeated Los Angeles 1-0 (TB); Portland defeated Seattle 2-1 (OT); Tampa Bay defeated Toronto 1-0

Semi-finals: Tampa Bay defeated Miami 3-0; Portland defeated St. Louis 2-1

SOCCER BOWL-75: Tampa Bay defeated Portland 2-0

1976 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Warren Archibald, Furico Caires, Jorge Calado, Nelson Cupello, Meno Droegmoeller, Francisco Escos, Miralem Fazuc, Alan Foggon, Keith Gannon, Kip Jordan, Nikola Mijatovic, Vitor Moia, Tibor Molnar, Frank Odoi, John Pedro, Jim Pollihan, Craig Reynolds, David Sarachan, Carlos Silva, Ibraim Silva, Mike Stojanovic, Blagoje Tamindric, Antonio Trzaskowski

COACHES Dragan Popovic

1976 Rochester Lancers: NASL

Before the season, Denver moved to Minnesota, Baltimore moved to San Diego

ATLANTIC CONFERENCE
Northern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Chicago Sting 24 15 9 52 32 132 .625 5,801
Toronto Metros-Croatia 24 15 9 38 30 123 .625 5,555
Rochester Lancers 24 13 11 36 32 114 .541 5,159
Hartford Bicentennials 24 12 12 37 56 107 .500 3,420
Boston Minutemen 24 7 17 35 64 72 .291 2,571
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Tampa Bay Rowdies 24 18 6 58 30 154 .750 16,452
New York Cosmos 24 16 8 65 34 148 .666 18,227
Washington Diplomats 24 14 10 46 38 126 .583 6,011
Philadelphia Atoms 24 8 16 32 49 80 .333 5,912
Miami Toros 24 6 18 29 58 63 .250 3,070
PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Minnesota Kicks 24 15 9 54 33 138 .625 23,121
Seattle Sounders 24 14 10 40 31 123 .583 23,828
Vancouver Whitecaps 24 14 10 38 30 120 .583 8,655
Portland Timbers 24 8 16 23 41 71 .333 20,515
St.Louis Stars 24 5 19 28 57 58 .208 6,150
Southern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
San Jose Earthquakes 24 14 10 47 30 123 .583 19,826
Dallas Tornado 24 13 11 44 45 117 .541 14,095
Los Angeles Aztecs 24 12 12 43 44 108 .500 8,027
San Antonio Thunder 24 12 12 38 32 107 .500 5,064
San Diego Jaws 24 9 15 29 47 82 .375 6,320

1st Round: New York defeated Washington 2-0; Toronto defeated Rochester 2-1; Dallas defeated Los Angeles 2-0; Seattle defeated Vancouver 1-0

Div. Championships: Tampa Bay defeated New York 3-1; Toronto defeated Chicago 3-2; San Jose defeated Dallas 2-0; Minnesota defeated Seattle 3-0

Conf. Championships: Toronto defeated Tampa Bay 2-0; Minnesota defeated San Jose 3-1

SOCCER BOWL-76: Toronto defeated Minnesota 3-0

After the season, Boston and Philadelphia folded.

1977 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Mike Bakic, Jack Brand, José Costa, Nelson Cupello, Don Droege, Francisco Escos, Miralem Fazuc, Artur Jorge, George Kolonic, Tony Manafa, Jim May, Nikola Mijatovic, Frank Odoi, John Pedro, Jim Pollihan, Craig Reynolds, David Sarachan, Ibraim Silva, Mike Stojanovic, Messias Timula, Bob Veselinovic

COACHES Dragan Popovic

1977 Rochester Lancers: NASL

Before the season, Miami moved to Ft. Lauderdale, San Antonio moved to Hawaii, and San Diego moved to Las Vegas. New York changed their name to Cosmos.

ATLANTIC CONFERENCE
Northern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Toronto Metros-Croatia 26 13 13 42 38 115 .500 7,336
St.Louis Stars 26 12 14 33 35 104 .461 9,794
Rochester Lancers 26 11 15 34 41 99 .423 6,065
Chicago Sting 26 10 16 31 43 88 .384 5,199
Connecticut Bicentennials 26 7 19 34 65 72 .269 3,848
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Fort Lauderdale Strikers 26 19 7 49 29 161 .730 7,939
Cosmos 26 15 11 60 39 140 .576 34,142
Tampa Bay Rowdies 26 14 12 55 45 131 .538 19,491
Washington Diplomats 26 10 16 32 49 92 .384 13,058
PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Minnesota Kicks 26 16 10 44 36 137 .615 32,775
Vancouver Whitecaps 26 14 12 43 36 124 .538 11,897
Seattle Sounders 26 14 12 43 34 123 .538 24,228
Portland Timbers 26 10 16 39 42 98 .384 13,216
Southern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Dallas Tornado 26 18 8 56 37 161 .692 16,511
San Jose Earthquakes 26 14 12 37 44 119 .538 17,739
Los Angeles Aztecs 26 14 12 37 44 119 .538 9,643
Team Hawaii 26 11 15 45 59 106 .423 4,550
Las Vegas Quicksilver 26 11 15 38 44 103 .423 7,092

Div. Championships: Cosmos defeated Tampa Bay 3-0; Seattle defeated Vancouver 1-0; Los Angeles defeated San Jose 2-1; Rochester defeated St. Louis 1-0 (SO)

Conf. Championships: Cosmos defeated Ft. Lauderdale 0-3,3-2(SO); Seattle defeated Minnesota 2-1(OT),1-0; Rochester defeated Toronto 1-0(S),1-0; Los Angeles defeated Dallas 3-1,5-1.

Semi-Finals: Cosmos defeated Rochester 2-1,4-1; Seattle defeated Los Angeles 3-1,1-0

SOCCER BOWL-77: New York defeated Seattle 2-1

1978 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Julio Baylon, Francisco Bolota, Nelson Cupello, Don Droege, Pat Ercoli, Francisco Escos, Miralem Fazuc, Joe Horvath, Jim May, Nikola Mijatovic, Hugo Nicolini, Frank Odoi, Horatio Palmieri, Jim Pollihan, Craig Reynolds, Jim Roth, Ibraim Silva, Mike Stojanovic, Ratko Svilar, Vladimir Trifunovic, Hans WuIf

COACHES Dragan Popovic

1978 Rochester Lancers: NASL

Before the season, New England, Philadelphia, Detroit, Memphis, Houston, and Colorado were added. Las Vegas moved to San Diego, Hawaii moved to Tulsa, Connecticut moved to Oakland, and St. Louis moved to California.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
New York Cosmos 30 24 6 88 39 212 .800 47,856
Washington Diplomats 30 16 14 55 47 145 .533 10,873
Toronto Metros-Croatia 30 16 14 58 47 144 .533 6,257
Rochester Lancers 30 14 16 47 52 131 .466 6,758
Central Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Minnesota Kicks 30 17 13 58 43 156 .566 30,928
Tulsa Roughnecks 30 15 15 49 46 132 .500 11,207
Dallas Tornado 30 14 16 51 53 131 .466 8,981
Colorado Caribous 30 8 22 34 66 81 .266 7,418
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Vancouver Whitecaps 30 24 6 68 29 199 .800 15,736
Portland Timbers 30 20 10 50 36 167 .666 11,803
Seattle Sounders 30 15 15 50 45 138 .500 22,578
Los Angeles Aztecs 30 9 21 36 69 88 .300 9,235
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Tampa Bay Rowdies 30 18 12 63 48 165 .600 18,123
New England Tea Men 30 19 11 62 39 165 .633 11,859
Fort Lauderdale Strikers 30 16 14 50 59 143 .533 10,479
Philadelphia Fury 30 12 18 40 58 111 .400 8,280
Central Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Detroit Express 30 20 10 68 36 176 .666 12,194
Chicago Sting 30 12 18 57 64 123 .400 4,188
Memphis Rogues 30 10 20 43 58 101 .333 8,708
Houston Hurricane 30 10 20 37 61 96 .333 5,806
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
San Diego Sockers 30 18 12 63 56 164 .600 5,591
California Surf 30 13 17 43 49 115 .433 11,171
Oakland Stompers 30 12 18 34 59 103 .400 11,929
San Jose Earthquakes 30 8 22 36 81 83 .266 14,281

1st Round: Detroit defeated Philadelphia 1-0; Tampa Bay defeated Chicago 3-1; San Diego defeated California 2-1; Ft. Lauderdale defeated New England 3-1; Cosmos defeated Seattle 5-2; Portland defeated Washington 2-1 (OT); Vancouver defeated Toronto 4-0; Minnesota defeated Tulsa 3-1

Conf. Semi-finals: Ft. Lauderdale defeated Detroit 4-3 (SO), 0-1; Cosmos defeated Minnesota 2-9, 4-0 (1-0 MG); Portland defeated Vancouver 1-0, 2-1; Tampa Bay defeated San Diego 1-0, 1-2(1-0 MG)

Conf. Championships: Tampa Bay defeated Ft. Lauderdale 2-3, 3-1, 1-0(MG); Cosmos defeated Portland 1-0, 5-0

SOCCER BOWL-78: New York defeated Tampa Bay 3-1

1979 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Luis Alberto, Igor Bachner, Julio Baylon, Renato Cila, Nelson Cupello, Dave D'Errico, Milan Dovedan, Pat Ercoli, Miralem Fazuc, Fausto Foresta, Fred Grgurev, Hartmut Huhse, Wayne Jentas, Kurt Kuykendall, Jim McLoughlin, Shep Messing, Nikola Mijatovic, Carlos Pachame, Doug Pollard, Jim Pollihan, Pierino Prati, Craig Reynolds, Ron Schnieder, Branko Segota, Ibraim Silva, Mike Stojanovic, Damir Sutevski, Val Tuksa

COACHES Dragan Popovic

1979 Rochester Lancers: NASL

Before the season, Cosmos added New York back to their name. Oakland moved to Edmonton and Colorado moved to Atlanta.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
New York Cosmos 30 24 6 84 52 216 .800 46,690
Washington Diplomats 30 19 11 68 50 172 .633 11,949
Toronto Blizzard 30 14 16 52 65 133 .466 11,821
Rochester Lancers 30 15 15 43 57 132 .500 8,680
Central Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Minnesota Kicks 30 21 9 67 48 184 .700 24,580
Dallas Tornado 30 17 13 53 51 152 .566 9,321
Tulsa Roughnecks 30 14 16 61 56 139 .466 16,425
Atlanta Chiefs 30 12 18 60 60 121 .400 7,350
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Vancouver Whitecaps 30 20 10 54 34 172 .666 22,962
Los Angeles Aztecs 30 18 12 62 47 162 .600 14,333
Seattle Sounders 30 13 17 58 52 125 .433 18,997
Portland Timbers 30 11 19 50 75 122 .366 11,172
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Eastern Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Tampa Bay Rowdies 30 19 11 67 46 169 .633 27,650
Fort Lauderdale Strikers 30 17 13 75 65 165 .566 13,774
Philadelphia Fury 30 10 20 55 60 111 .333 5,626
New England Tea Men 30 12 18 41 56 110 .400 6,526
Central Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
Houston Hurricane 30 22 8 61 46 187 .733 6,211
Chicago Sting 30 16 14 70 62 159 .533 8,036
Detroit Express 30 14 16 60 56 133 .466 14,058
Memphis Rogues 30 6 24 38 74 73 .200 7,137
Western Division G W L GF GA PTS % Att.
California Surf 30 15 15 53 56 140 .500 10,330
San Diego Sockers 30 15 15 59 55 140 .500 11,271
Edmonton Drillers 30 8 22 43 78 88 .266 9,923
San Jose Earthquakes 30 8 22 41 74 86 .266 15,092

Conf. Quarterfinals: Philadelphia defeated Houston 2-1, 2-1; Tampa Bay defeated Detroit 3-0, 3-1; Tulsa defeated Minnesota 2-1(OT), 2-1(OT); Vancouver defeated Dallas 3-2, 2-1; Chicago defeated Ft. Lauderdale 2-0, 0-0; San Diego defeated California 2-4, 7-2; Los Angeles defeated Washington 3-1, 4-3; New York defeated Toronto 3-1, 2-0

Conf. Semi-finals: Tampa Bay defeated Philadelphia 3-2(SO),1-0; San Diego defeated Chicago 2-0, 1-0; New York defeated Tulsa 3-0, 3-0, 3-1(MG); Vancouver defeated Los Angeles 2-3, 1-0(SO), 1-0(MG)

Conf. Championships: Tampa Bay defeated San Diego (1-2, 3-2 (SO), 1-0(MG); Vancouver defeated New York (2-0, 2-3(SO), 1-0(SO-MG)

SOCCER BOWL-79: Vancouver defeated Tampa Bay 2-1

1980 Rochester Lancers

ROSTER Germano Aburto, Julio Baylon, Santos Brown, Pablo Centrone, Renato Cila, Ade Coker, Enzo DiPede, Pat Ercoli, Ruben Giacobetti, Fred Grgurev, Laszlo Harsanyi, Ilija Ivkovic, Dragoslav Jaha, Emmanuel Kulu, Jim Kussy, Dusan Lukic, Jim McLoughlin, Dennis Mepham, John Nusum, Jim Pollihan, Craig Reynolds, Emanuel Schwartz, Branko Segota, Ibraim Silva, Mike Stojanovic, Gene Strenicer, Damir Sutevski, Val Tuksa

COACHES Ray Klivecka, Alex Perolli

1980 Rochester Lancers: NASL

G W L GF GA PTS % Att. NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division New York Cosmos 32 24 8 87 41 213 .750 42,754 Washington Diplomats 32 17 15 72 61 159 .531 19,205 Toronto Blizzard 32 14 18 49 65 128 .437 15,043 Rochester Lancers 32 12 20 42 67 109 .375 7,757 Central Division Dallas Tornado 32 18 14 57 58 157 .562 6,752 Minnesota Kicks 32 16 16 66 56 147 .500 18,279 Tulsa Roughnecks 32 15 17 56 62 139 .468 19,787 Atlanta Chiefs 32 7 25 34 84 74 .218 4,884 Western Division Seattle Sounders 32 25 7 74 31 207 .781 24,246 Los Angeles Aztecs 32 20 12 61 52 174 .625 12,057 Vancouver Whitecaps 32 16 16 52 47 139 .500 26,834 Portland Timbers 32 15 17 50 53 133 .468 10,210 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division Tampa Bay Rowdies 32 19 13 61 50 168 .593 28,435 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 32 18 14 61 55 163 .562 14,279 New England Tea Men 32 18 14 54 56 154 .562 8,748 Philadelphia Fury 32 10 22 42 68 98 .312 4,465 Central Division Chicago Sting 32 21 11 80 50 187 .656 11,672 Houston Hurricane 32 14 18 56 69 130 .437 5,818 Detroit Express 32 14 18 51 52 129 .437 11,198 Memphis Rogues 32 14 18 49 57 126 .437 9,864 Western Division Edmonton Drillers 32 17 15 58 51 149 .531 10,920 California Surf 32 15 17 61 67 144 .468 7,593 San Diego Sockers 32 16 16 53 51 140 .500 12,690 San Jose Earthquakes 32 9 23 45 68 95 .281 13,169 1st Round: Tampa Bay defeated New England 1-0, 4-0 Ft. Lauderdale defeated California 2-1, 0-2, 1-0(SO-MG) San Diego defeated Chicago 2-1, 2-3, 2-1(MG) Edmonton defeated Houston 2-1, 0-1, 1-0(MG) New York defeated Tulsa 3-1, 8-1 Seattle defeated Vancouver 2-1, 3-1 Dallas defeated Minnesota 1-0, 2-0 Los Angeles defeated Washington 0-1, 2-1(SO), 2-0(MG) Conf. Semi-finals: New York defeated Dallas 3-2, 0-3, 3-0(MG) Los Angeles defeated Seattle 3-0, 0-4, 2-1(SO-MG) San Diego defeated Tampa Bay 6-3, 0-6, 2-1(SO-MG) Ft. Lauderdale defeated Edmonton 1-0, 2-3, 3-0(MG) Conf. Championships: Ft. Lauderdale defeated San Diego 2-1, 2-4, 3-0(MG) New York defeated Los Angeles 2-1, 3-1 SOCCER BOWL-’80: New York defeated Ft. Lauderdale 3-0

Transatlantic Cup Champion: New York Cosmos

After the season, Houston, Washington and Rochester folded.

Rochester Lancers Honors

    NASL Championships
  • 1970

    Division Titles
  • 1970: Northern Division
  • 1971: Northern Division

    NASL Most Valuable Player
  • 1970: Carlos Metidieri
  • 1971: Carlos Metidieri

    CONCACAF Champions Cup
  • 1971: Fourth place

    All-Star First Team Selections
  • 1970 Carlos Metidieri, Charlie Mitchell
  • 1971 Carlos Metidieri, Manfred Seissler, Peter Short
  • 1972 Peter Short

    All-Star Second Team Selections
  • 1970 Bob DeLuca
  • 1971 Francisco Escos, Charlie Mitchell
  • 1972 Francisco Escos, Carlos Metidieri
  • 1973 Francisco Escos
  • 1975 Charlie Mitchell, Tommy Ord
  • 1977 Mike Stojanovic

    All-Star Honorable Mentions
  • 1971 Claude Campos, Roberto Lonardo
  • 1972 Adolfo Gori, Charlie Mitchell
  • 1974 Charlie Mitchell
  • 1978 Joszef Horvath

Head Coaches
  • Alex Perolli 1970, 1980
  • Charles Schiano 1970
  • Sal DaRosa 1970* - 1971, 1973
    * NASL Coach of the Year
  • Adolfo Gori 1972
  • Bill Hughes 1974
  • John Petrossi 1974
  • Ted Dumitru 1974 - 1975
  • Dragan Popovic 1976 - 1979
  • Ray Klivecka 1980
Rochester Lancers Year-by-Year Results
Year Conference Division G W T L GF GA PTS Pct. Att.
1970 Northern 24 9 6 9 41 45 111 .500 4506
1971 Northern 24 13 6 5 48 31 141 .667 5871
1972 Northern 14 6 3 5 20 22 64 .536 5505
1973 Northern 19 4 6 9 17 27 59 .368 4069
1974 Northern 20 8 2 10 23 30 77 .450 5908
1975 Northern 22 6 0 16 29 49 64 .273 5333
1976 Atlantic Northern 24 13 0 11 36 32 114 .542 5159
1977 Atlantic Northern 26 11 0 15 34 41 99 .423 6065
1978 National Eastern 30 14 0 16 47 52 131 .467 6758
1979 National Eastern 30 15 0 15 43 57 132 .500 8680
1980 National Eastern 32 12 0 20 42 67 109 .375 7757

1981 Rochester Flash: ASL

The American Soccer League embarked on considerable changes this season. Travel expenses were playing havoc with many of the weaker clubs. As a result, all of the west coast franchises folded after 1981. The New York Eagles were revived, and four more teams were added. Two of these were the Rochester Flash and the Detroit Express, which replaced teams recently departing the NASL. The others were the Carolina Lightnin', based in Charlotte, and the New England Sharks, operating out of Providence, RI. The success of these new franchises was closely tied to the success of their ownership. In the "Liberty" Conference, the Eagles did respectably, but New England was a complete failure, winning only 4 games and folding quickly thereafter. In the "Freedom" Conference, the three new teams all did quite well, while the veteran Cleveland Cobras languished in the cellar.

The league had basically given up in the battle for marquee players; fighting the NASL was hard enough but with the added competition of the MISL, it was simply too much. Ironically, ASL attendance averaged nearly 4,000 this season, its best ever, but the playing field had changed drastically and the stakes were much higher. In an effort to strengthen itself, the ASL seriously pursued a merger with the Western Soccer League, a semi-pro outfit which had teams from Los Angeles, Sacramento, Spokane, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, among others. They were to form the Union Soccer League in 1982 with teams along both coasts, but the merger fell through, and the Western Soccer League disappeared shortly thereafter.

The veteran New York United narrowly beat the Pennsylvania Stoners for the Liberty Conference title, while the new Carolina Lightnin' took the Freedom Conference. Carolina and Detroit took their respective play-in rounds, Pennsylvania and United having won byes on their league best records. The semifinals went to the division champs, and Carolina and new York went to the championship game. There, the expansion Lightnin' defeated New York United 2-1 to win the title.

After the season, both New York teams folded, as did the hapless New England Sharks. But the league wasn't ready to give up. The owners selected former franchise owner Prenk Curanaj as the new league Chairman of the Board, and he immediately began to scout virgin territory to bring the league back to size. The new promised land was the American South, which had been poorly served in the past, but had a rapidly growing young population and was beginning to make inroads into professional hockey. For the time being, at least, the future looked bright, and the ASL would have a southern flavor.

                   Final League Standings, 1981

Before the season, New England, Carolina, Detroit and Rochester were added. 
New York Eagles were reactivated.
 
                           G    W   T   L   GF  GA  PTS
     	Liberty Conference
New York United            28  19   4   5   53  28  154
Pennsylvania Stoners       28  17   7   4   51  28  146
New York Eagles            28  13   2  13   57  49  116
New England Sharks         28   4   0  24   16  41   35
 
     	Freedom Conference
Carolina Lightnin'         28  16   3   9   46  31  127
Detroit Express            28  15   2  11   58  46  125
Rochester Flash            28  11   5  12   38  51  100
Cleveland Cobras           28   5   1  22   33  78   56
 
1st Round         Detroit defeated New York Eagles, 4-1
                  Carolina defeated Rochester, 2-0
Semi-Finals:      Carolina defeated Pennsylvania, 3-1, 1-2
                  New York United defeated Detroit, 1-1, 2-1
CHAMPIONSHIP:     Carolina defeated New York United, 2-1.
 
After the season, New York United, New York Eagles, and New England folded.
 
Leading Scorers                 GP    G   A   TP
Bill Bolevic, New York Eagles   26   25    9   59
Andy Chapman, Cleveland         25   22   10   54
Mike Mancini, Detroit           26   16   10   42
Redmond Lee, New York United    23   14   10   38
Tony Suarez, Carolina           22   15    4   34
Mike Laschev, Rochester         20   13    5   31
Lesh Shrkeli, New York Eagles   25    7   15   29
Clyde Watson, Pennsylvania      24   11    2   24
Brian Tinnion, Detroit          22    9    6   24
Zoran Savic, Cleveland          25    9    5   23
Elson Seale, Pennsylvania       23    9    4   22
Mal Roche, Carolina             22    8    5   21
Ron Atanasio, Detroit           24    6    9   21
Walter Schlothauer, Detroit     29    6    8   20
Solomon Hilton, New York United 23    7    5   19
 
Leading Goalkeepers (2000 mins. needed to qualify)
                             Min   Svs  GA  SO  Record  GAA 
Tom Reynolds, Pennsylvania      2030  157  20   8  12-3-6  0.89
George Taratsides, NY United    2197  125  28   4  15-5-4  1.15
Scott Manning, Carolina         2378  143  31   6  13-9-3  1.17
Hranislav Hadzitonic, NY Eagles 2274  199  38   5  11-11-2 1.50
Tad DeLorm, Detroit             2032  107  37   4  11-9-2  1.64
 
Most Valuable Player:  Bill Bolevic, New York Eagles
Coach of the Year:  Jim McGeough, New York United
Rookie of the Year:  Tony Suarez, Carolina Lightnin'
 
 ASL 1st All-Star Team:
 
G - George Taratsides, New York United
D - Chris Tyson, New York United
D - Ken McDonald, Pennsylvania Stoners
D - Jeff Tipping, Pennsylvania Stoners
D - Dennis Mepham, Rochester Flash
M - Don Tobin, Carolina Lightnin'
M - Steve Westbrook, Detroit Express
M - John Dolinsky, Rochester Flash
F - AndyChapman, Detroit Express
F - Bill Bolevic, New York Eagles
F - Tony Suarez, Carolina Lightnin'
 

1982 Rochester Flash: American Soccer League (Div. 2)

The ASL had a distinct southern flavor this season. The Cleveland Cobras moved to Atlanta, becoming the Georgia generals, and expansion teams were launched in Oklahoma City and Nashville. The Carolina Lightnin' had completed a highly successful first season highlighted with enthusiastic fan support, highlighted by two crowds f over 8,000. The championship game, held in Charlotte drew over 20,000. With Rodney Marsh as head coach, and all-star Scott Manning and NASL veteran Paul Child on the roster, they looked well equipped for a successful second season. The Georgia Generals were founded by Walt Russell, who saw the lingering fan support after the demise of the NASL's Chiefs. Starting with no money, no players and no stadium, Walt, a self-described "sports nut" assembled a team from scratch in five months, and compiled an impressive 12-9-4 record in his first season. The was headed by former Atlanta Chiefs head coach David Chadwick, and included three former Chiefs, goalkeeper Tutt Graham, defender Mike Balsom, and Midfielder Danny Payne, as well as Forward Jose Neto, a standout from California/San Diego. The Generals played at DeKalb Stadium in the suburbs, a venue that would be familiar to Atlanta Silverbacks fans of the late 1990's. The Nashville Diamonds, headed by Ralph Woerheide, the majority owner of baseball's Nashville Diamonds, hoped to capitalize in the rapidly growing interest in sports in this burgeoning city. The roster was assembled primarily of recent college graduates and semi-pro club team players.

The ASL dispensed with divisions this season, having only seven teams. The Detroit express won the regular season title in a close race with the surprising Oklahoma City Slickers. the Slickers were the most successful of the expansion clubs, primarily because of the strength of their veteran roster which includes international NASL veterans Phil Parkes and Jeff Bourne. Pennsylvania Stoners saw their successful run come to an unexpected end, falling to 6th place.

The playoffs started with the withdrawal of the Pennsylvania Stoners, giving Georgia a bye to the semifinals. Carolina meanwhile passed the Rochester Flash 3-1. The semifinals were two-game series with goal differential. Oklahoma defeated the Carolina Lightnin' 2-1 and 3-0, bringing the Lightnin's season to a disappointing end, and Detroit won on goal differential after defeating Georgia 2-1 and losing 0-1. The championship was won by the Detroit Express 1-3, 1-0 and 4-1. Total attendance for the championship series was 33,762. Thus, a professional league soccer trophy was brought to the Motor City for the first time.

The league had begun the season with high hopes and averaged 4,450 fans per game, but ended with yet more disappointment. Two of the new teams, Nashville, and Georgia folded after disappointing seasons, and Rochester withdrew for one season to regroup. By the time they were reorganized, the league had folded, and Rochester ended up joining the new United Soccer League in 1984. By now, even to party stalwarts, it must have been apparent that the venerable league was nearing its end. One last chance would be made to revive the ASL, but the economic signs were not good.

                   Final League Standings, 1982

Before the season, Oklahoma and Nashville were added.  Cleveland moved to 
Georgia. (GF/GA info as of 8/26/82.)  
 
                           G    W   T   L   GF  GA  PTS
Detroit Express            28  19   4   5   37  59  144
Oklahoma City Slickers     28  19   3   6   58  42  138
Georgia Generals           28  12   4   9   55  40  115
Carolina Lightnin'         28  11   4  13   37  45   99
Rochester Flash            28  10   2  15   48  53   84
Pennsylvania Stoners       28   8   5  13   34  44   81
Nashville Diamonds         28   3   4  21   25  67   41
 
1st Round         Carolina defeated Rochester, 3-1
                  Georgia defeated Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania withdrew)
Semi-Finals:      Oklahoma defeated Carolina, 2-1, 3-0
                  Detroit defeated Georgia, 2-1, 0-1
CHAMPIONSHIP:     Detroit defeated Oklahoma, 1-3, 1-0, 4-1 (attendance 33,762).
 
After the season, Georgia and Nashville folded.  Rochester suspended 
operations for one year and joined the USL in 1984.  League attendance 
averaged 4,450 for this season.
 
                               G   A   Pts
Brian Tinion, Detroit        22  15   59
Andy Chapman, Detroit        23   6   52
Jeff Bourne, Oklahoma City   20   8   48
Billy Boljevic, Detroit      13  14   40
Jose Neto, Georgia           15   4   34
Kevin Fouser, Georgia        11   6   28
Ernie Buriano, Rochester      9   6   24
Pat Fidelia, Carolina         8   3   19
Solomon Hilton, Pennsylvania  6   6   16
Franco Paonessa, Rochester    6   5   17
Clyde Watson, Detroit         6   5   17
 
Leading Goalkeepers   (Min. 1100 minutes to qualify)
                            G  Min  Svs  GA  SO  W-L-T  GAA
Tad Delorm, Detroit       27 2480  156  36   7 18-5-4  1.24
Phil Parkes, Oklahoma City 28 2767  147  42   8 19-6-3  1.36
George Taratsides, Penn.   18 1700   96  27   5  7-7-4  1.48
Scott Manning, Carolina    28 2620  142  45   7 10-14-4 1.54
Graham-Tutt, Georgia       16 1494   53  26   1  8-3-4  1.56
Fred Armstrong, Nashville  12 1120   83  29   2  2-9-1  2.33
Brian McInerney, Nashville 13 1230  123  35   1 0-10-2  2.57
 
Most Valuable Player:  Brian Tinnion, Detroit Express
Coach of the Year:  Brian Harvey, Oklahoma City Slickers
Rookie of the Year:  Franco Paonessa, Rochester Flash
General Manager of the Year:  Jim Walker, Oklahoma City Slickers
Rochester Lancers All-Time Player Roster 
1970-1980 
Aburto, Germano       Roch 80
Alas, Roberto         Roch 73
Alberto, Luis         Roch 79
Archibald, Warren     Roch 76
Bachner, lgor         Roch 79
Bakic,Mike            Roch 77
Barone,Gary           Roch 72;74
Baylon,Julio          Roch 78-80
Bergamo,Nelson        Roch 70
Berrington,Bill       Roch 75
Bolota,Francisco      Roch 78
Brand,Jack            Roch 77
Breton,Edner          Roch 71-72
Brown,Santos          Roch 80
Caires,Furico         Roch 76
Calado,Jorge          Roch 76
Camacho,Mario         Roch 73
Campos,Claude         Roch 70-74
Centrone,Pablo        Roch 80
Cila,Renato           Roch 79-80
Clarke,Danville       Roch 71;73
Coker,Ade             Roch 80
Colhaco,Silvio        Roch 74
Costa,Jose'           Roch 77
Cupello,Nelson        Roch 75-79
D'Alessio,Domenico    Roch 71
Davis,Phil            Roch 70     Roch 74
DeBrito,Iris          Roch 71-72
Dell'Omodarme,Carlo   Roch 72
D'Errico,Dave         Roch 79
DiLuca,Bob            Roch 70
DiPede,Enzo           Roch 80
Dovedan,Milan         Roch 79
Droege,Don            Roch 77-78
Droegmoeller,Meno     Roch 76
Durante,Eli           Roch 71-75
Earle,Winston         Roch 70-71
Ercoli,Pat            Roch 78-80
Escos,Francisco       Roch 71-78
Esposito,Tony         Roch 73
Fazuc,Miralem         Roch 76-79
Ferreira,Paulo        Roch 71
Foggon,Alan           Roch 76
Foresta,Fausto        Roch 79
Gallassin,Floriano    Roch 73
Gannon,Keith          Roch 75-76
Giacobetti,Ruben      Roch 80
Gibbs,George          Roch 74-75
Gilchrist,Leroy       Roch 75
Gori,Adolfo           Roch 71-72
Grasser,John          Roch 74
Grgurev,Fred          Roch 79-80
Harsanyi,Laszlo       Roch 80
Hernandez,Carlos      Roch 70
Horvath,Joe           Roch 78
Howard,Dick           Roch 70
Huhse,Hartmut         Roch 79
Ivkovic,Ilija         Roch 80
Jaha,Dragoslav        Roch 80
Janduda,Josef         Roch 74-75
Jelinek,Josef         Roch 74
Jentas,Wayne          Roch 79
Jijon,Edward          Roch 75
Jordan,Kip            Roch 76
Jorge,Artur           Roch 77
Kan-Kam,Yeo           Roch 70
Kolonic,George        Roch 77
Korte,Keith           Roch 75
Kulu,Emmanuel         Roch 80
Kussy,Jim             Roch 80
Kuykendall,Kurt       Roch 79
Lamptey,George        Roch 75
Lawal,Mohammed        Roch 75
Lefkos,Jim            Roch 70
Lonardo,Roberto       Roch 71-74
Lukic,Dusan           Roch 80
Manafa,Tony           Roch 77
Mardarescu,Gil        Roch 75
Marotti,Luis          Roch 70
May,Jim               Roch 75;77-78
McLoughlin,Jim        Roch 79-80
Mella,Ron             Roch 71-72
Mepham,Dennis         Roch 80
Messing,Shep          Roch 79
Metidieri,Carlos      Roch 70-73
Mijatovic,Nikola      Roch 76-79
Miranda,Jesus Pelez   Roch 70
Mitchell,Charlie      Roch 70-75
Moia,Vitor            Roch 76
Molnar,Tibor          Roch 76
Newlyn,Lee            Roch 75
Nicolini,Hugo         Roch 78
Niedziolka,Feliks     Roch 75
Nusum,John            Roch 80
Odoi,Frank            Roch 70-78
Ofori,Gladstone       Roch 70-72
Ognjanac,Josip        Roch 70
Ord,Tommy             Roch 74-75
Pachame,Carlos        Roch 79
Palmieri,Horatio      Roch 78
Pedro,John            Roch 76-77
Perri,Ardo            Roch 75
Pollard,Doug          Roch 79
Pollihan,Jim          Roch 76-80
Prati,Pierino         Roch 79
Proctor,David         Roch 74
Reynolds,Craig        Roch 76-80
Ribeiro,Roberto       Roch 70
Roth,Jim              Roch 78
Runac,Antun           Roch 73-74
Russo,Phil            Roch 73
Rymarczuk,Andy        Roch 73-75
Sacher,Rudi           Roch 74
Sarachan,David        Roch 76-77
Schnieder,Ron         Roch 79
Schwartz,Emanuel      Roch 80
Segota,Branko         Roch 79-80
Seissler,Manfred      Roch 71-73  Roch 74
Short,Peter           Roch 70-73
Silva,Carlos          Roch 76
Silva,Ibraim          Roch 76-80
Steinrotter,Willie    Roch 73
Stojanovic,Mike       Roch 76-80
Strenicer,Gene        Roch 80
Sutevski,Damir        Roch 79-80
Svilar,Ratko          Roch 78
Tamindric,Blagoje     Roch 76
Teixeira,Nene         Roch 75
Thomson,Dave          Roch 70
Timula,Messias        Roch 77
Torres,Alfredo        Roch 70
Trifunovic,Vladimir   Roch 78
Trzaskowski,Antonio   Roch 73-76
Tuksa,Val             Roch 79-80
Ullivari,Francisco    Roch 70-72
Veselinovic,Bob       Roch 77
Wark,Doug             Roch 74
WuIf,Hans             Roch 78
Yazar,Ceyhan          Roch 70
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