Milwaukee Rampage Sporting Chance Non Profit

The 1994 Season
Coach Boro Sucevic

  1. 16-2
    Record
  2. 60 Points 24 Goals 12 Assists
    Leading Scorer - Joey Kirk
  3. 24
    Most Goals - Joey Kirk
  4. 17
    Most Assists - Brian McBride
  5. 16-2 0.99 GAA 7 Shutouts
    Top Goalkeeper - Gerard Averill
April 30 - Historic first ever game played at snowy Hart Park in Wauwatosa in front of 214 brave fans.  The Rampage defeated the Detroit Wheels, 6-0.  Brian Dawson scored the first goal in the 10th minute off an assist from Scott Kreitmeir.  Forward Brian McBride paced the attack with 2 goals and 2 assists, while forward Tony Sanneh added a goal and 2 assists.  The Rampage's lineup that day:  Gerard Averill, Steve Rose (Brian Blaschka 56), Tag Gambatese, Scott Kreitmeir, Steve Provan, Kris Kelderman, Michael Collins, Tony Sanneh, Brian Dawson (Derek Bylsma 56), Joey Kirk, Brian McBride...May 7 - First ever road game played in Sioux City, Iowa.  The Rampage beat the Breeze 5-1, led by McBride and Kirk (2 goals each)...The Rampage reeled off 15 straight victories to open the season, before losing to the Minnesota Thunder twice during the last two weeks of the season...The team defeated the Columbus Xoggz 1-0 in overtime in the first round of the playoffs, before losing two straight to the Thunder (3-2 and 3-1) in the division final...The Rampage moved its home games to Brown Deer High School midway through the season...Forward Brian McBride misses the end of the season when he signs a contract to play professionally in Germany with Wolfsburg, a second division team...Milwaukee outscored its opponents 81-18 during the regular season.