Milwaukee Rampage Sporting Chance Non Profit

The 1999 Season
Coach Carlos "Cacho" Cordoba

  1. 13-15
  2. 32 Points 10 Goals 12 Assists
    Leading Scorer - Dan Stebbins
  3. 20
    Most Goals - Dan Stebbins
  4. 10
    Most Assists - Dan Stebbins and Jason Willan
  5. 9-12 1.80 GAA 3 Shutouts
    Top Goalkeeper - Dan Green
Cacho Cordoba returned to the Rampage sideline following a three-year stint coaching in Major League Soccer.  Cacho and the team opened the season with a promising 4-0 start, but it was quickly forgotten as the team went on to lose four out of the next five games...Similar to the 1997 season, the Rampage had a roller-coaster kind of year, but still managed to put itself in position for another run at the playoffs.  Like the 1997 regular season finale, the Rampage was faced with a "do-or-die" home game to earn a spot in the playoffs.  The opponent, however, was the team's all-time nemesis, the Minnesota Thunder.  The Rampage wouldn't be so lucky in this final match, however, as the team dropped a 2-1 decision to the Thunder...Once again, the Rampage set all-time attendance records, and its summer soccer camp participation saw a dramatic 59% increase...May 21 - the team won its 100th all-time game with a 2-1 victory over the San Francisco Bay Seals.  The Rampage's all-time overall record through the 1999 season is now 109-59...June 22 - a Tuesday night crowd of 5,429 are entertained when the Rampage hosts the defending champions of Major League Soccer, the Chicago Fire.  It marks just the second exhibition game against an MLS team...August 21 - the Rampage honored U.S. World Cup gold-medalist and starting defender Kate Sobrero at halftime of the game against U.S. Pro-40.  The game drew a single-game attendance record of 6,392 fans, as the Rampage defeated U.S. Pro-40, 3-2.