1999 Monterrey La Raza Roster

World Indoor Soccer League (WISL)
Team Record: 14-8
in the WISL
Postseason: 0-1
Lost Semifinal
Coach: Eric Geyer (14-8)
Location: Monterrey, Mexico, Mexico
Attendance: 33,165, Avg. 2,764 in 12 home dates
1999 Monterrey La Raza Statistics

The Monterrey La Raza of the World Indoor Soccer League ended the 1999 season with a record of 14 wins and 8 losses in the WISL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-1.

The La Raza scored 142 goals and surrendered 114. Marco Lopez netted 27 goals for Monterrey, while Mariano Bollella, Marco Coria, Martin Hernandez and Zizinho each contributed fifteen or more, too. Mariano Bollella recorded 21 assists. Raul Salas topped the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 4.88 goals against average, pacing regular keepers.

Eric Geyer coached the team. The 1999 Monterrey La Raza lost in the Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Max AguiarApril 14, 19755'9"154Monterrey, Mexico
David BarbosaJune 24, 19765'7"165Monterrey, Mexico
Cleto BastosMay 9, 19765'6"158Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mariano BollellaMJanuary 28, 19715'6"150Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jaime CantuApril 17, 19705'7"152Torreon, Coahuila Mexico
Alejandro CardenasDJune 7, 19685'7"165Mexico City, Mexico
Tirzo CarpizoGMarch 15, 19666'0"163Campech, Mexico
Marco CoriaG,DSeptember 30, 19705'8"160Mexico City, Mexico
Francisco De La GarzaAugust 19, 19726'0"143Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico
Rodolfo De Las FuentesNovember 1, 19645'8"148Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico
Juan EchavarriaDecember 31, 19746'2"165Monterrey, Mexico
Moises GardunoAugust 30, 19715'7"167Mexico City, Mexico
Sergio GonzalezJuly 1, 19745'8"154Buenos Aires, Argentina
Martin HernandezJanuary 15, 19715'6"155Monterrey, Mexico
Fabio LeiteJune 9, 19775'9"143Sao Paulo, Brazil
Marco LopezFAugust 30, 19715'4"141Mexico City, Mexico
Baldemar MorenoMarch 15, 19825'8"143Monterrey, Mexico
Miguel PedrazaJanuary 21, 19675'8"158Mexico City, Mexico
Guillermo Rangel
Raul SalasGApril 9, 19715'7"160Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico
Carlos SimentalApril 21, 19725'9"167Monterrey, Mexico
Armando TeranMAugust 27, 19805'9"143Monterrey, Mexico
ZizinhoFJune 11, 19625'7"185Sao Paulo, Brazil