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A-League: Playoffs Results (Sept. 25)
September 29th, 1999 12AM
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Rochester vs. Pittsburgh Game 2 Pittsburgh 1 Rochester 0 (OT). Goal: Apple (DePalma) 65. Pittsburgh -- Dedini, DePalma, Kot, Vasic, Ihekoronye, Bonseu, Jaworski (Tripoli, 72), Terlecky, Evans, Butler (Karn, 86), Apple (Castma, 68). Rochester -- Andracki, Restrepo, Schweitzer, Walton, Tim Hardy (Zavala, 79), Daligcon (Kirmse, 73), Allnutt, Sedgewick, D.Miller (Young, 80), Biello, Tilley. Att.: 4,115. (Series tied 1-1) San Diego vs. Seattle Game 2 Sept. 25 in Renton, Wash. Seattle 0 San Diego 1. Goal: Watson (Farias) 11. Seattle -- Burpo, Jenkins (Baena, 68), Barton (Hattrup, 76), Gaw, B.James, I.Russell, Nguyen, Henderson, Waibel (Robertson 23; Storkson, 52), Annichero, Nouri. San Diego -- Rueda, P.Brown, Munro, Cruz (Sinohui, 84), Watson, Legg (Gins, 70), Farias, Hetherington, Chaisongkram (Farace, 81), Adair, Robles (Alegre, 46). Red card: Seattle -- Annichero 82. Att.: 4,426. (San Diego wins series 2-0.) SCHEDULE Quarterfinals Rochester vs. Pittsburgh Sept. 28 -- Pittsburgh at Rochester Semifinals San Diego vs. Minnesota Oct. 2 -- San Diego at Minnesota Oct. 7 -- Minnesota at San Diego Oct. 10 -- Minnesota at San Diego (if nec.)


Player (Team)GAP
Farias (San Diego)419
J.Mitchell (Hershey)306
Legg (San Diego)306
G.Lagos (Minnesota)306
Evans (Pittsburgh)215
Vasic (Pittsburgh)215
Tilley (Rochester)204
Glasgow (Richmond)204
Sewell (Charleston)204
Kirk Wilson (U.S. Pro-40)204
D.Miller (Rochester)204
Biello (Rochester)204
Inneh (Staten Island)204
S.Henderson (Seattle)204
I.Russell (Seattle)204
Mladenov (Minnesota)204
DiFlorio (Hershey)113
Simmonds (Hershey)113
Ford (Hershey)113
Wolyniek (Log Island)113
Weinstein (Long Island)113
Baena (Seattle)113
Zeba (Minnesota)033
Hetherington (San Diego)033
Hayes (U.S. Pro-40)033
Player (Team)GPGAA
Swallen (Minnesota)30.00
Petronis (Hershey)10.00
Rueda (San Diego)30.33
Petras (Hershey)21.00
Onstad (Rochester)11.00
Burpo (Seattle)11.00

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