1990-91 St. Louis Storm Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 32-20
in the MISL's Western Division
Postseason: 3-5
Lost Division Final
Coach: Don Popovic (32-20)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Attendance: 200,769, Avg. 7,722 in 26 home dates
1990-91 St. Louis Storm Statistics

The St. Louis Storm of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1990-91 season with a record of 32 wins and 20 losses in the MISL's Western Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 3-5.

The Storm scored 320 goals and conceded 288. Preki netted 68 goals for St. Louis, while Dan Donigan, Claudio DeOliveira, Daryl Doran, Godfrey Ingram, Terry Brown, Thompson Usiyan and Fernando Clavijo each contributed fifteen or more, too. Preki recorded 53 assists. Zoltan Toth earned 25 wins in front of the net for the squad and a team-best 5.03 goals against average, leading keepers with significant playing time.

Don Popovic coached the team. The 1990-91 St. Louis Storm lost in the Division Final.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
David BrcicGJanuary 21, 19576'2"170St. Louis, MO
Terry BrownFMarch 15, 19645'9"165St. Louis, MO
Fernando ClavijoD,MJanuary 23, 19575'10"160Maldonado, Uruguay
Claudio DeOliveiraMDecember 10, 19605'6"150Sao Paulo, Brazil
Gino DiFlorioFSeptember 18, 19645'9"155Naples, Italy
Dan DoniganFAugust 3, 19665'10"155Trenton, NJ
Daryl DoranMMarch 29, 19635'11"175St. Louis, MO
Emil DragicevicM,DMarch 31, 19605'9"165Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia
David EiseDOctober 10, 19655'7"160St. Louis, MO
Mike FoxM,DSeptember 24, 19615'10"160Covina, California
Mark FredericksonD,MJuly 15, 19606'0"175St. Louis, MO
Slobo IlijevskiGOctober 24, 19496'0"165Skopje, Macedonia Yugoslavia
Godfrey IngramF,MOctober 26, 19595'7"150Luton, England
Kevin KoettersMSeptember 11, 19686'0"180Quincy, IL
Marcio LeiteFAugust 22, 19595'8"139Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bobo LucicMJanuary 15, 19615'8"165Mostar, Bosnia Yugoslavia
Mark MoserFJune 12, 19666'0"180St. Louis, MO
Greg MuhrDFebruary 28, 19675'10"175Hoffman Estates, IL
PrekiMJune 24, 19635'9"165Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Brian SchmetzerD,MAugust 18, 19625'11"165Seattle, WA
Zoltan TothGDecember 29, 19596'3"190Budapest, Hungary
Thompson UsiyanM,FApril 27, 19566'0"160Effurum, Nigeria