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MISL ANNOUNCES 2010-11 All-MISL TEAMS




MISL ANNOUNCES 2010-11 All-MISL TEAMS
BALTIMORE BLAST, MILWAUKEE WAVE, MISSOURI COMETS AND CHICAGO RIOT REPRESENTED ON FIRST TEAM

Sagu and Pat Morris Named to All-MISL First Team; MikeLookingland and Pat Healey Named All-MISL Second-Team

Monday, March 21, 2011 – The Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) announced today the All-MISL teams for the 2010-11 regular season.  The First Team is highlighted by Missouri Comets forward and MISL leading scorer Byron Alvarez and Baltimore Blast goalkeeper Sagu, who led the MISL with 14 wins.  The All-MISL Teams were selected following a formal voting process that polled members of the media, as well as MISL coaches and general managers.  

Joining Alvarez and Sagu on the First Team are forward Marco Terminesi (Milwaukee Wave), forward Bato Radoncic (Chicago Riot) and defenders Pat Morris (Baltimore Blast) and Leo Gibson (Missouri Comets).  Terminesi, who ranked second in the league with 72 points, was a 2009-10 Second-Team selection despite missing half of the season with an illness.  He has scored at least one point in 29 straight regular season games.  Radoncic, who led the Riot with 49 points, was a three-time MISL Player of the Week this season.  Morris, a 10-time All-League selection, ranked third on the Blast with 42 points and ranked second in the MISL with 36 blocks.  Gibson, who began the season as a forward and moved into a defensive role on New Year’s Eve, was the MISL Offensive Player of the Month in November, scored 45 points and tied for most blocked shots on the Comets with 20.        

The All-MISL Second Team features Milwaukee Wave goalkeeper Nick Vorberg, Wave defender Josh Rife, Baltimore Blast midfielder Pat Healey and defender Mike Lookingland, Missouri Comets forward Jamar Beasley and Omaha Vipers forward Johnny Torres.  Vorberg, 9-4 on the season, was the MISL December co-Goalkeeper of the Month and last season’s Goalkeeper of the Year.  Healey, the 2009 Rookie of the Year, led the Blast with 48 points and recorded at least one point in 16 games this season.  Lookingland, in his sixth season with the Blast, was the December MISL Defensive Player of the Month and ranked third in the MISL with 35 blocks.  Signed just one day before the Comets’ season opener, Beasley finished third in the league in scoring with 54 points and tied for third with 20 goals.  Torres, who came out of retirement to play for the Vipers this season, earned MISL Player of the Week honors on January 10 and recorded 17 goals and four assists for 39 points.

The Baltimore Blast has the most All-MISL players this season (two on the First Team and two on the Second Team), followed by the Missouri Comets (two on the First Team and one on the Second Team) and Milwaukee Wave (one on the First Team and two on the Second Team); Chicago has one First-Team player and Omaha has one Second-Team representative.  

Voters were asked to select two complete teams of All-MISL players; a first-team vote was worth two points and a second-team vote was worth one point.  Each voter was asked to choose one goalkeeper, two defenders and three midfielders/forwards for each team.

2010-11 All-MISL First Team

Pos
Player
Team
Games
Points
Goals
Assists
Blocks
D
Pat Morris
Baltimore
20
42 (T-10th)
16 (10th)
6
36 (2nd)
D
Leo Gibson
Missouri
20
45 (8th)
14 (T-11th)
13 (T-3rd)
20 (T-6th)
F
Byron Alvarez
Missouri
20
80 (1st)
33 (1st)
12 (T-6th)
5
F
Marco Terminesi
Milwaukee
19
72 (2nd)
25 (2nd)
19 (1st)
10
F
Bato Radoncic
Chicago
18
49 (T-4th)
20 (T-3rd)
9 (T-12th)
8
Pos
Player
Team
Games
Minutes
P.A.A.
Record
Save Pct.
GK
Sagu
Baltimore
18
1077 (1st)
9.64 (2nd)
14-4
74.7 (4th)

 




















2010-11 All-MISL Second Team

Pos
Player
Team
Games
Points
Goals
Assists
Blocks
D
Mike Lookingland
Baltimore
19
16
4
7 (T-19th)
35 (3rd)
D
Josh Rife
Milwaukee
19
12
5
2
20 (T-6th)
F
Pat Healey
Baltimore
20
48 (T-6th)
17 (T-5th)
13 (T-3rd)
18 (T-10th)
F
Jamar Beasley
Missouri
20
54 (3rd)
20 (T-3rd)
12 (T-6th)
2
F
Johnny Torres
Omaha
17
39 (13th)
17 (T-5th)
4
3
Pos
Player
Team
Games
Minutes
P.A.A.
Record
Save Pct.
GK
Nick Vorberg
Milwaukee
13
768 (4th)
9.92 (3rd)
9-4
76.1 (2nd)


The 2011 MISL Postseason:
Semifinal No. 1: Wednesday, March 16 – Milwaukee Wave 5 at Missouri Comets 11
Semifinal No. 2: Sunday, March 20 – Missouri Comets 18 at Milwaukee Wave 20
Semifinal No. 3 (mini game): Sunday, March 20 – Missouri Comets 2 at Milwaukee Wave 5
Championship Game: Friday, March 25 – Missouri Comets/Milwaukee Wave at Baltimore Blast

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