Milwaukee Rampage Sporting Chance Non Profit

The 1995 Season
Coach Carlos "Cacho" Cordoba

  1. 17-3
    Record
  2. 43 Points 20 Goals 3 Assists
    Leading Scorer - Dan Stebbins
  3. 20
    Most Goals - Dan Stebbins
  4. 9
    Most Assists - Jon Szczepanski
  5. 13-0 1.05 GAA 6 Shutouts
    Top Goalkeeper - Dan Green
The Rampage makes Uihlein Soccer Park its permanent home, as Cacho Cordoba takes over as the team's new head coach...Chenequa native Dan Green signs with the team and wins a franchise record 13 games during the season...Milwaukeeans Dan Stebbins, Jon Szczepanski and Jason Willan also begin their pro outdoor careers with the Rampage.  Midfielder Quinn Ross joins the team after spending a season playing with the Columbus Xoggz...The Rampage loses its first game of the season to the Xoggz (3-0), but then reels off seven straight wins and 15 of its next 16 games.  During that stretch, Milwaukee defeats Minnesota 2-1 in overtime, for its first ever win against the Thunder...The Rampage defeat the Xoggz 2-0 in the best-of-three division semifinals, and advances to the division finals against the Thunder.  Milwaukee shocks the Thunder 2-0 at Uihlein Soccer Park, only to drop two straight on the road in the final two games of the series.  Minnesota rallies for a 3-2 overtime win in Game 2, and wins the "mini-game" 1-0...The Rampage still wins the wild card spot in the USISL's "Sizzlin' Nine" national tournament.  The Rampage heads to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where it defeats the Tampa Bay Cyclones 3-2 in its first game, before a season-ending 4-2 loss to the hometown Myrtle Beach Boyz.