Cascade Surge was an American soccer team based in Salem, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1995, the team played in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, until 2009, when the franchise folded and the team left the league.
The team played its home games at McCulloch Stadium on the campus of Willamette University, where they played since 2004. The team's colors were blue and white.
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... playoffs in 1997 after finishing the regular season second to Spokane Shadow a 1-0 victory over Cascade Surge took them to the Conference finals, where they were defeated 2-0 ... A pair of 4-0 wins - one over Cascade Surge, one over Abbotsford Rangers - were the highlights of the year, but in the end their lack of confidence and their spotty form left them third in the ... Their wins - 2-1 over Cascade Surge at home, 1-0 over Ogden Outlaws on the road in Utah, and 5-3 over Spokane Spiders at home on the final day of the season - were scant reward for the Yakima fans who ...
... Spokane took just eight points the entire rest of the season - a 1-1 tie with Cascade Surge, a battling 3-2 win over Yakima again, a 3-3 tie with ... Yakima put five past them in late June, and Cascade ended Spokane's season on a sour note with another 5-goal drubbing in the final game ... of the campaign, and finished three points adrift of Cascade in 8th place ...
... Rennie took over as Head Coach with the Cascade Surge in Oregon, in 2005 ... In his one and only season in charge Rennie led the Surge to the North West Division Title, West Coast Championship Final, US Open Cup Qualification and the Fair ... In 16 games, the Surge won 12 games, and drew 2 ...
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