1988-89 Wichita Wings Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 23-25
in the MISL
Postseason: 5-5
Lost Semifinal
Coach: Terry Nicholl (23-25)
Location: Wichita, Kansas
Attendance: 207,465, Avg. 8,644 in 24 home dates
1988-89 Wichita Wings Statistics

The Wichita Wings of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1988-89 season with a record of 23 wins and 25 losses in the MISL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 5-5.

Wichita scored 213 goals and conceded 208. Erik Rasmussen netted 42 goals for the Wings, while Mike Stankovic, Chico Borja, Dale Ervine and Mike Fox each tallied fifteen or more, too. Chico Borja contributed 53 assists. Chris Vaccaro topped the squad with 22 wins and a team-best 4.02 goals against average, leading regular keepers.

Terry Nicholl coached the team. The 1988-89 Wichita Wings lost in the Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Chico BorjaF,MAugust 24, 19595'11"155Quito, Ecuador
Andy ChapmanFSeptember 18, 19595'10"160London, England
Roger ChavezFAugust 25, 19665'5"140Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Pedro DeBritoM,M/F,FMay 25, 19596'1"170Cape Verdean Islands, Cape Verde Cape Verde Islands
Dale ErvineD,M/F,FMay 19, 19646'1"176Belfast, CA Northern Ireland
Mike FoxM,DSeptember 24, 19615'10"160Covina, California
Daryl GreenDFebruary 20, 19666'0"170Seattle, WA
Goran HunjakMNovember 13, 19655'9"165Zagreb, CA Yugoslavia
Kevin KewleyD,MMarch 2, 19555'10"160Liverpool, England
Joey KirkFAugust 21, 19655'10"160Santa Monica, California
Chico MoreiraDSeptember 30, 19585'10"175, Uruguay
Victor MorelandM,DJune 15, 19575'9"178Belfast, Northern Ireland
Erik RasmussenFDecember 24, 19605'11"160Brondbyerne, Denmark
Terry RoweDJune 6, 19645'8"158London, England
Tom SoehnDApril 15, 19665'10"175Chicago, IL
Mike StankovicDNovember 11, 19566'0"175Kaludra, Yugoslavia
Chris VaccaroGOctober 3, 19586'0"175Camden, NJ
Perry Van der BeckMNovember 5, 19596'0"150Florissant, MO
Jean WillrichF,MApril 27, 19536'1"180Koblenz, Germany
Nenad ZiganteGJuly 8, 19606'2"170Zagreb, Croatia Yugoslavia