1992 Sacramento Surge Roster

World League of American Football (WLAF)
Team Record: 8-2
Finishing 1st in the WLAF's North American West
Won Championship
Coach: Kay Stephenson (8-2)
Location: Sacramento, California
Attendance: 103,561, Avg. 20,712 in 5 home dates
1992 Sacramento Surge Statistics
1992 Sacramento Surge Results

The Sacramento Surge of the World League of American Football ended the 1992 season with a record of 8 wins and 2 losses, finishing first in the WLAF's North American West.

The Surge piled up points with 250 points, and the defense allowed 152. David Archer passed for 2,964 yards. Eddie Brown topped pass catchers, snagging 48 balls for 1,011 yards. Carl Parker provided receiving help, too.

Mike Pringle ran for a team-leading 507 yards for Sacramento.

Robert McWright intercepted 2 opponent throws. Michael Sinclair led the defensive unit with 10 quarterback sacks, helping propel the defense to an overall total of 39 sacks.

Kay Stephenson coached the team. The 1992 Sacramento Surge won the Championship.

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# Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown GP GS
85Stefon AdamsDBAugust 11, 19635'10"189East CarolinaHigh Point, NC USA
18David ArcherQBFebruary 15, 19626'2"207Snow College (UT)Fayetteville, NC USA1010
93George BethuneLBMarch 30, 19676'4"238AlabamaFort Walton Beach, FL USA10
15Cary BlanchardKNovember 5, 19686'1"227Oklahoma St.Fort Worth, TX USA0
88Eddie BrownWRAugust 6, 19666'0"185Iowa StateTopeka, KS
72John BuddenbergOGOctober 9, 19656'5"279AkronWheeling, WV 1010
28Tony BurseRBApril 4, 19656'0"220Middle Tenn. St.Lafayette, GA USA
40Doug DuBoseRBMarch 14, 19645'11"190NebraskaNew London, CT USA
Theron EllisLBJanuary 2, 19646'1"243West Virginia
Victor FloydRBJanuary 24, 19666'1"201Florida St.Pensacola, FL USA
54Byron ForsytheCDecember 27, 19666'3"270HoustonRiverside, CA
95Corian FreemanLBAugust 16, 19686'3"225Florida StateJacksonville, FL 1010
45Tom GerhartDBJune 4, 19656'1"195SalemLebanon, PA USA10
73Bill GoldbergDTDecember 27, 19666'2"272GeorgiaTulsa, OK USA10
52Terry GrayOGMay 25, 19686'2"280BaylorAllentown, PA
89Anthony GreenWRJune 12, 19676'1"195Western KentuckyDallas, TX
83Paul GreenTEOctober 8, 19666'3"236USCCoalinga, CA USA1010
5Mickey GuidryQBAugust 9, 19666'2"205LSUNew Orleans, LA
76Vance HammondDTDecember 4, 19676'7"300ClemsonSpartanburg, SC
96Nate HillDEFebruary 21, 19666'4"273AuburnLa Grange, GA USA
76Jarrod JohnsonCMarch 29, 19696'1"280LehighOrange, NJ 101
53Mike JonesLBApril 15, 19696'1"240MissouriKansas City, MO USA77
44Derrick KelsonDBMay 14, 19686'0"190PurdueWarren, OH 101
21Robert McWrightDBNovember 10, 19665'9"185Texas Christian
50Peter NajarianLBDecember 22, 19636'2"233MinnesotaSan Francisco, CA USA
3John NiesPFebruary 13, 19676'2"199ArizonaJersey City, NJ USA
86Carl ParkerWRFebruary 5, 19656'2"201VanderbiltColumbus, GA USA
24Tracey PerkinsDBAugust 28, 19685'10"180Lamar (TX)Houston, TX
23Mike PringleRBOctober 1, 19675'8"186Washington St.Los Angeles, CA USA
56Basil ProctorLBOctober 6, 19666'4"275West VirginiaMiami, FL 1010
74Tom RehderOTJanuary 27, 19656'7"280Notre DameSacramento, CA USA
42Louis RiddickDBMarch 15, 19696'2"215PittsburghQuakertown, PA USA1010
22Junior RobinsonDBFebruary 3, 19685'9"181East CarolinaHigh Point, NC USA10
70Ernie RogersOTJanuary 3, 19686'5"290CaliforniaSanta Ana, CA 1010
11Lee SaltzQBSeptember 25, 19636'1"210TempleRandolf, NJ
75Michael SinclairDEJanuary 31, 19686'4"267East. New MexicoGalveston, TX USA1010
62Richard StephensOLJanuary 1, 19656'7"310TulsaSt. Louis, MO USA10
82Mark StockWRApril 27, 19665'11"177VMICanton, OH USA100
51Josh TaotoaiOGJanuary 20, 19686'6"316Florida
58Randy ThorntonLBDecember 23, 19646'3"220HoustonNew Orleans, LA
27Herb WelchDBJanuary 12, 19615'11"180UCLALos Angeles, CA USA
77David WestbrooksDEMarch 23, 19686'4"265HowardMiami, FL 10
61Lance ZenoCApril 15, 19676'4"279UCLALos Angeles, CA USA