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The Tucson Amigos were a soccer club based in Tucson, Arizona that competed in the SISL, USISL and United Soccer Leagues. The founder of the Tucson Amigos was Dennis Archer, a local business owner who owned the Tucson Amigos Indoor Soccer Center.

Year-by-year

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs Open Cup Player Honors
1989/90[1] N/A SISL Indoor 2nd, Cactus 1st Round N/A
1990[1] N/A SISL 4th, Western Semifinals Did not enter Rookie of the year: Jose Miranda
1990/91[2] N/A SISL Indoor 1st, Southwest Semifinals N/A League top scorer: Albertico Morales
1991[2] N/A SISL 4th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not enter
1991/92[3] N/A USISL Indoor 1st, Southwest Sizzling Four N/A Coach of the Year: Carlos Acosta
1992[3] N/A USISL 3rd, Southwest Final Did not enter League All Stars: Demetri Panayi, John Olu–Molomo, Narciso Zazueta
1992/93[4] N/A USISL Indoor 1st, Southwest Playoffs N/A Rookie of the year: Omar Felix
1993[4] N/A USISL 5th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not enter
1994[5] 3 USISL 6th, Southwest Divisional Finals Did not qualify
1995[6] "4" USISL Premier League 2nd, Western Divisional 3rd/4th Did not qualify
1996[7] "4" USISL Premier League 4th, Southern Division Semifinals Did not qualify
1997[8] "4" USISL PDSL 3rd, Southwest Division Finals Lost in the 1st Round to Austin Lone Stars (D3 Pro)
1998 On hiatus
1999[9] "4" USL PDL 6th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not qualify

Coaches

Indoor

  • United States Ron Fox: 1991
  • United States Carlos Acosta: 1991–1993

Outdoor

  • Germany Wolfgang Weber: 1991–1994, 1996
  • United States Luis Dabo: 1995
  • England Chris Hawken: 1997–1999

References

  1. ^ a b "The Year in American Soccer, 1990". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  2. ^ a b "The Year in American Soccer, 1991". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  3. ^ a b "The Year in American Soccer, 1992". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  4. ^ a b "The Year in American Soccer, 1993". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  5. ^ "United Soccer Leagues, Part 2 (1994–1996)". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  6. ^ "United Soccer Leagues, Part 2 (1994–1996)". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  7. ^ "United Soccer Leagues, Part 2 (1994–1996)". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  8. ^ "United Soccer Leagues, Part 3 (1997–1999)". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  9. ^ "United Soccer Leagues, Part 3 (1997–1999)". white.sover.net. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
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