Sunday, August 27, 2006

MLS: Most & Fewest Goalscorers in a Single Season

In the same vein as my recent post on the Most & Fewest Players Used in a Single Season, here's a look at which teams got their goals from a wide variety of players and who didn't. I think you'll see that the quality of the teams are not consistant in either one. In each category, there are some great and horrible teams.

The average number of goalscorers is 12.1.

(MLS regular season only)


Most Goalscorers in a Single Season

1 2005 Chicago 17
1 1997 DC United 17
3 1997 Columbus 16
3 2003 Dallas 16
3 1999 San Jose 16
6 2000 Chicago 15
6 2001 Chicago 15
6 2002 Chicago 15
6 1996 Dallas 15
6 1999 Dallas 15
6 1999 DC United 15
6 1996 Los Angeles 15
6 2000 New England 15
6 1997 Tampa Bay 15

2005 Fire goalscorers

Armas, Barrett, Caballero, Curtin, Gray, Guerrero, Herron, Jaqua, Johnson, Mapp, Marsch, Reiter, Rolfe, Segares, Stewart, Thiago, Thorrington

1997 United goalscorers

Agoos, Diaz Arce, Etcheverry, Gori, Harkes, Iroha, Kamler, Kelderman, Maessner, Marsch, Moreno, Peay, Pope, Rammel, Sanneh, Wegerle, Williams


Fewest Goalscorers in a Single Season

1 2002 Colorado 6
2 2001 Miami 7
3 2001 Colorado 8
3 2003 Colorado 8
3 1999 Kansas City 8
6 1999 Colorado 9
6 2004 Columbus 9
6 1998 Kansas City 9
6 2004 New England 9
6 2005 New York 9
6 2000 San Jose 9

2002 Rapids goalscorers

Carrieri, Chung, Henderson, Kingsley, Spencer, Valderrama


2006 Contenders

New England 5
Chivas USA 7


Dallas 14

Comments on "MLS: Most & Fewest Goalscorers in a Single Season"

 

Anonymous GUTuna said ... (8:16 AM, August 28, 2006) : 

And just like that Jeff Larentowicz nets one for NE!

 

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