1998 Tampa Bay Storm Roster

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 12-2
Finishing 1st in the Arena League's South Division of the National Conference
Postseason: 2-1 Lost Championship
Coach: Tim Marcum (12-2)
Location: Tampa, Florida
Attendance: 79,724, Avg. 11,389 in 7 home dates
1998 Tampa Bay Storm Statistics
1998 Tampa Bay Storm Results

The Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League ended the 1998 season with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses, finishing first in the Arena League's South Division of the National Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-1.

Offensively, the Storm led the league with 794 points. Defensively, Tampa Bay surrendered 513 points, lowest in the league. Peter Willis triggered the aerial attack, passing for 3,411 yards. Stevie Thomas topped pass catchers, hauling in 76 balls, while George LaFrance added 994 receiving yards.

Les Barley ran for a team-leading 232 yards.

Johnnie Harris intercepted 11 opponent throws. Les Barley blasted quarterbacks 8 times, helping propel the defense to an overall total of 29 sacks.

Tim Marcum coached the team. The 1998 Tampa Bay Storm lost in the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown GP
Ron AdamsQBJuly 24, 19665'11"210Eastern Michigan9
Mel AgeeOL/DLNovember 22, 19686'5"300IllinoisChicago, IL USA5
Les BarleyFB/LBSeptember 7, 19676'2"240Winston-Salem State (NC)Gretna, VA 14
Wilky BazileOL/DLNovember 12, 19716'3"280SyracuseSpring Valley, NY 2
Terry BeaufordOL/DLMarch 27, 19686'3"300Florida A&MFt. Pierce, FL 14
Sylvester BemberyOL/DLMarch 1, 19656'3"285Central FloridaMiami, FL 8
Andre BowdenFB/LBApril 4, 19686'2"260Fayetteville State (NC)Fuquay-Varina, NC 13
Keo ColemanOL/DLMay 1, 19706'1"255Mississippi St.Los Angeles, CA USA4
Corey DowdenDSOctober 18, 19685'11"190TulaneNew Orleans, LA USA1
Rich FallKJuly 14, 19676'0"190Arizona1
Robert GoffOL/DLOctober 2, 19656'3"280AuburnRochester, NY USA2
Johnnie HarrisDBAugust 21, 19726'0"215Mississippi St.Chicago, IL USA13
Steve HoughtonOL/DLMay 18, 19716'3"270Ferris State (MI)Grand Rapids, MI 14
Tony JonesFB/LBSeptember 5, 19706'2"250Illinois State1
George LaFranceOSSeptember 24, 19656'0"180Baker (KS)New Iberia, LA 14
Bryan MartinQBMarch 28, 19736'3"210Weber StateLos Angeles, CA 5
Alvoid MaysWR/DBJuly 10, 19665'9"180West VirginiaPalmetto, FL USA7
Cedric McKinnonFB/LBFebruary 2, 19686'3"240Bethune-CookmanMiami, FL 3
Bjorn NittmoKJuly 26, 19665'11"185Appalachian St.Lomma, Sweden13
Cornell ParkerWR/DBFebruary 17, 19735'11"185Southern MethodistWashington, DC 1
Tracey PerkinsDSAugust 28, 19685'10"180Lamar (TX)Houston, TX 14
Lynn RowlandOL/DLApril 23, 19676'2"260Arkansas StateGreensboro, GA 13
Lawrence SamuelsWR/LBMay 1, 19706'2"215Livingston (AL)Mobile, AL 14
Tracy SandersWR/DBMay 16, 19666'0"180Florida StateBradenton, FL 2
Stevie ThomasWR/LBJuly 24, 19676'1"210Bethune-CookmanSt. Petersburg, FL 14
Wayne WalkerOSDecember 27, 19665'8"162Texas TechWaco, TX USA8
Wayne WilliamsWR/DBOctober 14, 19695'10"185Louisiana StateColumbia, TX 11
Peter WillisQBJanuary 4, 19676'2"188Florida St.Morris, AL USA14
Nyle WirenDLFebruary 8, 19736'2"270Kansas StateWichita, KS 7
Tony WoodsOL/DLMarch 14, 19666'5"265Rose St.Fort Lee, VA USA11
Antoine WorthmanWR/DBJune 20, 19705'10"190Illinois StateGary, IN 14
Willie WyattOL/DLSeptember 27, 19675'11"275AlabamaBirmingham, AL USA14