Three years of goals, shutouts, points in EPLWA

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The Evergreen Premier League of Washington (EPLWA) completed its third season of play at the end of July. Spokane Shadow won the league in 2014 and 2015. Vancouver Victory took the title this year.

Here are a few tables combining statistics for all three seasons (2014, 2015, 2016.) For the sake on continuity, WestSound FC’s stats (2014) have been credited to the club that took over for them in Bremerton, the Olympic Force (2015, 2016.)


Total Club Points (2014-2016)

Club Total Points
Spokane Shadow 95
Vancouver Victory 82
South Sound Shock 79
Bellingham United 55
Wenatchee FC 50
Yakima United 45
Seattle Stars 40
Olympic Force 37


Total Club Wins (2014-2016)

Club Wins
Spokane Shadow 30
Vancouver Victory 26
South Sound Shock 24
Bellingham United 17
Wenatchee FC 15
Yakima United 13
Seattle Stars 11
Olympic Force 11


Total Club Goals (2014-2016)

Club Goals
Spokane Shadow 105
Vancouver Victory 91
Bellingham United 89
Yakima United 87
South Sound Shock 80
Wenatchee FC 78
Olympic Force 71
Seattle Stars 64

Tyler Bjork.

Leading Goal Scorers (2014-2016)

Player Goals
Tyler Bjork (Bham/Seattle) 34
Eleazar Galvan (Wenatchee) 24
Hector Valdovinos (Yakima) 22
Jesse Esquivel (Yakima) 13
Adam Talley (Spokane) 13
Mike Ramos (Spokane) 11
David Nilsen (Olympic) 10
Fernando Alvarez (Spokane) 10
JJ Schmeck (South Sound) 9
Izzy Deluna (Olympic) 9

Chris Kintz.

Leading Complete Match Shutout Goalkeepers (2014-2016)

Goalkeeper Complete Match Shutouts
Chris Kintz (South Sound) 8
Tony Watters (Spokane) 6
Andrew Glaesar (Spokane) 4
Evan Munn (South Sound) 4
Mauricio Sanchez (Wenatchee) 3

Hammers notch their highest-ever Evergreen Premier League finish

bufc-clearBELLINGHAM, WA—(Hammers release) Conditions were nearly perfect for the last match of the 2016 EPLWA season as Bellingham United FC hosted Seattle Stars at Civic Stadium. Both teams looked sharp from the very beginning, as some familiar faces were on the pitch- Tyler Bjork for Stars and Chris Jepson for BUFC. Before the match, United gave out end-of-season awards- Best Offensive Player went to Kyle Witzel, Best Defensive Player to Tyler Visten, and the Jeff McIntyre Award went to Richard Henderson. It was also a nice moment when United recognized Mo Marenah, who was playing his final game for United.

13319972_1293091070721027_8519266718583438019_n Mo Marenah played his final match for BUFC on Sunday, scoring the winning goal in the 88th minute as the Hammers finished second in the EPLWA.

Chris Jepson opened the scoring in the 8th minute with a 25-yard rocket. Bjork answered in the 14th and…

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