Saturday night, the Missouri Comets won the franchise’s first Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) Championship with a 6-4 victory against the Baltimore Blast in Game 3 of the MISL Championship Series for a crowd of 6,447 fans at Baltimore Arena.
Brian Harris was named MISL Championship Series Most Valuable Player for scoring the game-winning goal with 56.1 seconds to play as the Comets twice came back from deficits to dethrone the defending champion Blast.
MISL Championship Series
No. 1 Baltimore Blast vs. No. 3 Missouri Comets
(Comets win series 2-1)
Game 1: Missouri 15, Baltimore 8
Game 2: Baltimore 19, Missouri 4
Game 3: Missouri 6, Baltimore 4
MISL 2014 Awards
On Thursday, MISL released the winners of the 2014 MISL Awards.
Most Valuable Player – Mike Lookingland, Baltimore Blast
Rookie of the Year – Odaine Sinclair, St. Louis Ambush
Coach of the Year – Danny Kelly, Baltimore Blast
Defender of the Year – Mike Lookingland, Baltimore Blast
Goalkeeper of the Year – William Vanzela, Baltimore Blast