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1999 Women's Premier Soccer League

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Women's Premier Soccer League
Season1999
ChampionsCalifornia Storm (1st title)
Top goalscorerTraci Arkenburg
Tara Koleski
1998
2000

The 1999 Women's Premier Soccer League was the second season of the Regional Amateur League sanctioned by USASA. It began on May 8, 1999 and ended on August 15, 1999. California Storm was the champion.

First Division[edit | edit source]

Teams[edit | edit source]

The number of teams from the previous season dropped from six to five. Prior to this season, NorCal Shockwaves were relegated to the league's Second Division, Real Del Mar left the league in the off-season, and Ajax of Southern California joined the First Division.

1999 Women's Premier Soccer League is located in California
Ajax of Southern California
Ajax of Southern California
California Storm
California Storm
San Diego Auto Trader
San Diego Auto Trader
San Francisco Nighthawks
San Francisco Nighthawks
Silicon Valley Red Devils
Silicon Valley Red Devils
Locations of the 1999 Women's Premier Soccer League teams
Team Home city Home ground
Ajax of Southern California Los Angeles, California Nansen Field (2 games)
Apple Valley (1 game)
Loyola Marymount University (1 game)
University of Southern California (1 game)
California Storm Sacramento, California Natomas High School
Auto Trader Select San Diego, California San Diego Mesa College (5 games)
University of California, San Diego (1 game)
San Francisco Nighthawks San Francisco, California Crestmoor Field (4 games)
Fielding Field (1 game)
Kezar Stadium (1 game)
Lincoln High School (1 game)
Sonoma State University (1 game)
Silicon Valley Red Devils Cupertino, California De Anza College

Standings[edit | edit source]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 California Storm (C) 12 10 1 1 51 13 +38 31
2 San Diego Auto Trader 12 8 1 3 30 9 +21 25
3 Ajax of Southern California 12 7 4 1 30 12 +18 25
4 Silicon Valley Red Devils 12 5 3 4 50 23 +27 18
5 San Francisco Nighthawks 12 2 3 7 25 22 +3 9
Source: "Standings". Internet Archive Wayback Machine. 15 August 1999. Retrieved 19 September 2019.
(C) Champion.

Scoring Leaders[edit | edit source]

Pos Player Club Goals Assists Points
1 Traci Arkenberg Ajax of Southern California 5 0 10
Stefanie Case San Diego Auto Trader 4 2 10
Stacy Savage Silicon Valley Red Devils 4 2 10
4 Tara Koleski California Storm 3 2 8
5 Mandy Clemens Silicon Valley Red Devils 3 1 7
Erin Martinez California Storm 2 3 7

Second Division[edit | edit source]

Teams[edit | edit source]

The number of teams from the previous season increased from three to five. Prior to this season, NorCal Shockwaves were relegated from the league's First Division and Reno Zephyrs joined on a limited schedule (Las Vegas Shooters also had a limited schedule).

Team Home city Home ground
Las Vegas Shooters Las Vegas, Nevada The Crossings
NorCal Shockwaves Redwood City, California Cañada College
Reno Zephyrs Reno, Nevada Earl Wooster High School
Sacramento Thunder Sacramento, California Sonoma State University (2 games)
Cal State-Hayward (1 game)
San Francisco Skyhawks San Francisco, California Crestmoor Field (4 games)
Fielding Field (1 game)

Standings[edit | edit source]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 NorCal Shockwaves 12 4 2 6 19 33 −14 14
2 Sacramento Thunder 12 1 2 9 10 46 −36 5
3 San Francisco Skyhawks 9 1 0 8 6 44 −38 3
4 Reno Zephyrs 3 1 0 2 5 10 −5 3
5 Las Vegas Shooters 3 0 0 3 4 22 −18 0
Source: "Standings". Internet Archive Wayback Machine. 15 August 1999. Retrieved 19 September 2019.

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

Category:WikiProject Football 2 Category:United States Adult Soccer Association leagues Category:WikiProject Football


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