Soccer Archive: March / April 2009
Rockford Not Tough Enough To Deny Blast Another Title
The Baltimore Blast defeated the Rockford Rampage Saturday in front of 9,857 home fans with a final score of 13-10, taking their fifth championship in seven seasons and their first in the National Indoor Soccer League.
Blast Win Fifth Title In Seven Years
The Baltimore Blast defeated the Rockford Rampage, 13-10, Saturday to win the National Indoor Soccer League championship.
Blast Rested and Ready to Defend Title
The Blast have enjoyed a two week rest since their last regular season game and are preparing for a battle with the Rockford Rampage in the National Indoor Soccer League championship game this Saturday at 1st Mariner Arena.
Blast Net Numerous League Honors
As the Blast prepare for Saturday's title game, individual honors rained down on the defending champions Tuesday as Sagu was honored as the NISL Goalkeeper of the Year, Danny Kelly named Coach of the Year and Pay Healey took home Rookie of the Year honors.
Blast Tame Twisters
In front of a crowd of 6,356, the Baltimore Blast defeated the Massachusetts Twisters, 20-9, in their last NISL regular season home game.
Blast Close Regular Season At Home
The Blast will play their final home game of the NISL regular season when the Massachusetts Twisters visit 1st Mariner Arena March 21.
Cabral Collects Impressive Numbers
In 12 years as a member of the Baltimore Blast, fan favorite Denison Cabral has never thought much about personal achievements -- but he has reached plenty of individual milestones along the way.
Veterans Scheer, Greenfield Can See Crowns In Future
When the Baltimore Blast get set to defend their title and attempt to win a championship for the second straight year, they will be fielding a team that looks a lot like last season's winners, but with a few key differences.
Blast Clinch First Place
It was a busy weekend for the Baltimore Blast who beat Monterrey, 16-9, and Philadelphia, 12-2, to clinch first place in the National Indoor Soccer League regular season and secure home-field advantage in the championship game.
Garcia's Style Big Kick For Fans
In his sixth season with the Blast, Carlos Garcia has found his home in indoor soccer, and he exudes confidence on the field with his brash style of play that often lands him in the penalty box and also makes him a favorite among fans.
Blast Host Two Games This Weekend
With just five games remaining, the Baltimore Blast are in prime position to not only lock up a playoff spot, but to secure a first place finish and home field for the NISL Championship game. This weekend, the Blast hope to do both as they host back-to-back games against the Monterrey La RaZa and the Philadelphia KiXX.
Blast Slip Past Monterrey
Nearly two years to the day since their last overtime game, the Blast needed an extra period to down the Monterrey La RaZa, 18-16, Sunday on the road.
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