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2015–16 Western Indoor Soccer League season

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Western Indoor Soccer League
Season2015–16
ChampionsBellingham United FC
Matches played35
Goals scored448 (12.8 per match)
Top goalscorerGustavo Bermudez (21)
Biggest home winOLF 12, SNO 3
(November 21)
Biggest away winBEL 11, SEV 2
(December 12)
Highest scoringBEL 11, OLY 8
(January 9)
VAN 13, OLY 6
(February 6)
Longest winning run8 BEL
(12/12-2/13)
Longest unbeaten run8 BEL
(12/12-2/13)
Longest losing run8 VAN
(12/5-1/30)

The 2015–16 Western Indoor Soccer League season is the league's second season. The season started on November 21 and ended on February 13. Each team played a 10 game schedule.[1]

Competition format[edit]

Top four teams make the playoffs. The Semifinals were held on February 20 and the WISL Championship Final was held on February 27.[1]

Changes from 2014-15[edit]

New/Returning teams[edit]

Team Name Location Previous Affiliation
Olympic Force Bremerton, Washington Premier Arena Soccer League
Snohomish Skyhawks Snohomish, Washington Premier Arena Soccer League
Sporting Everett FC Everett, Washington Expansion Team
Vancouver Victory FC Vancouver, Washington Expansion Team

Leaving[edit]

  • Arlington Aviators
  • Wenatchee Fire

Standings[edit]

As of 2/13/2016 [2]
  2015-16 League Champions
  2015-16 Playoff Team

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts
Bellingham United FC 10 9 1 0 92 47 +45 27
Olympic Force 10 9 1 0 89 52 +37 27
Sporting Everett FC 10 5 5 0 68 75 -7 15
Tacoma Stars Reserves 10 4 5 1 55 52 +3 13
Snohomish Skyhawks 10 4 6 0 42 64 -22 12
Oly Town Artesians 10 2 7 1 54 78 -24 7
Vancouver Victory FC 10 1 9 0 48 80 -32 3

Playoffs[edit]

Semi-Finals Championship
      
1 Bellingham United FC 5
4 Tacoma Stars Reserves 4
1 Bellingham United FC 8
2 Olympic Force 5
2 Olympic Force 8
3 Sporting Everett FC 4

Semi-Finals[edit]

Bellingham United FC5 - 4Tacoma Stars Reserves
Report
Bellingham Sportsplex
Attendance: 460
Olympic Force8 - 4Sporting Everett FC
Report
Olympic Sports Center
Attendance: 502

Championship[edit]

Bellingham United FC8 - 5Olympic Force
Report
Bellingham Sportsplex
Attendance: 755

Statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Gustavo Bermudez Olympic Force 21
2 Brendan Quillici Bellingham United FC 16
3 Nate Ford Tacoma Stars Reserves 15
Richard Henderson Bellingham United FC
5 Enrique Hidalgo Olympic Force 13
6 Corey Hendrickson Sporting Everett FC 10
Oscar Jimenez Bellingham United
8 Mark Conrad Sporting Everett FC 9
Jordan Correa Sporting Everett FC
Tyler John Tacoma Stars Reserves
Kurtis Pederson Bellingham United
Hector Valdovinos Snohomish Skyhawks

Last updated on February 21, 2016. Source: WISL Standings

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "WISL releases exciting 35-match season schedule kicking off November 21". goalWA.net. October 22, 2015.
  2. WISL Standings


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