Originally created 04/21/00

Arena League records



It may be hard to believe, but an Arena League team actually failed to score in a game.

Against Orlando in 1992, San Antonio went scoreless to become the only team in the league's 14-year history to fail to get on the board. Conversely, New Jersey and Texas combined for 153 points in 1997 in the league's highest scoring game ever.

Those are just two of the many league records. Below are some of the Arena League records:

POINTS

Most Points Scored, Single Game, One Team

91 -- New Jersey (vs. Texas), June 20, 1997

88 -- Albany (at Charlotte), June 21, 1996

86 -- Albany (vs. Texas), July 27, 1996

85 -- Albany (vs. Minnesota), May 18, 1996

83 -- Florida (vs. Houston), June 8, 1998

Postseason

79 -- Albany (vs. Milwaukee), Aug. 10, 1996

Fewest Points Scored, Single Game, One Team

0 -- San Antonio (at Orlando), June 13, 1992

3 -- Sacramento (at Charlotte), July 10, 1992

6 -- Iowa (at Orlando), May 15, 1998

Postseason

6 -- Dallas (at Detroit), Aug. 7, 1993

Most Points Scored, Single Game, Both Teams Combined

153 -- New Jersey (91), Texas (62), June 20, 1997

149 -- Albany (79), Orlando (70), July 25, 1998

141 -- Arizona (72), Las Vegas (69), May 27, 1995

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

RUSHING:

Most Yards Gained, Career

1,178 -- Les Barley, Tampa Bay, 1992-

Most Yards Gained, Season

429 -- Major Harris, Columbus, 1991

Most Yards Gained, Game

95 -- Major Harris, Columbus vs. Denver, 1991

Most Touchdowns, Career

66 -- Barry Wagner, Orlando, 1992-

Most Touchdowns, Season

30 -- Bernard Hall, St. Louis, 1996

Most Touchdowns, Game

5 -- Barry Wagner, Bernard Hall (twice)

PASS RECEIVING:

Most Pass Receptions, Career

569 -- Barry Wagner, Orlando, 1992-

Most Pass Receptions, Season

136 -- Calvin Schexnayder, Arizona, 1998

Most Pass Receptions, Game

20 -- Dwayne Dixon, Washington vs. Chicago, 1987

Most Yards Gained, Game

264 -- Dwayne Dixon, Washington vs. Chicago, 1987

Most Touchdowns, Career

180 -- Barry Wagner, Orlando, 1992-

Most Touchdowns, Season

44 -- Eddie Brown, Albany, 1994

Most Touchdowns, Game

7 -- Eddie Brown, Calvin Schexnayder

PASSING:

Highest Passer Rating, Season

122.6 -- Mike Pawlawski, Albany, 1997

Most Passes Attempted, Career

2,565 -- Todd Hammel, Milwaukee, 1995-

Most Passes Attempted, Season

558 -- Clint Dolezel, Houston, 1998

Most Passes Attempted, Game

58 -- Tony Kimbrough, Charlotte vs. Massachusetts, 1994

Most Passes Completed, Career

1,447 -- Todd Hammel, Milwaukee, 1995-

Most Passes Completed, Season

351 -- Mike Pawlawski, Albany, 1997

Most Passes Completed, Game

35 -- Mike Pawlawski, Clint Dolezel

Most Yards Gained, Career

17,487 -- Todd Hammel, Milwaukee, 1995-

Most Yards Gained, Season

4,272 -- Mike Pawlawski, Albany, 1997

Most Yards Gained, Game

455 -- Mike Pawlawski, Albany at Iowa, 1997

Longest Pass Completion

49 -- Five players

Most Touchdown Passes, Career

298 -- Mike Perez, New York, 1997-

Most Touchdown Passes, Season

84 -- Mike Perez, Albany, 1996

Most Touchdown Passes, Game

10 -- Whit Taylor, Clint Dolezel

DEFENSE

Most Interceptions, Career

50 -- Durwood Roquemore, 1987-96

Most Interceptions, Season

12 -- Tracey Perkins, Tampa Bay, 1997

Most Interceptions, Game

4 -- Tony Scott, Michael James

Longest Interception Return

53 -- Tommy Johnson, Albany vs. Portland, 1998 (touchdown)

Most Sacks, Career

40 -- Sylvester Bembery, Tampa Bay, 1994-

Most Sacks, Season

13 -- Craig Wells, Pittsburgh, 1987

Most Sacks, Game

5 -- Alvin Rettig, Detroit vs. Cincinnati, 1992

Most tackles, Career

503 -- Durwood Roquemore, 1987-96

Most tackles, Season

108 -- Cedric Walker, Arizona, 1997

Most tackles, Game

16 -- Mike Wilpolt, Anaheim vs. San Jose, 1996

KICKING

Field goals (three-point), career

102 -- Mike Black, New York, 1998-

Field Goals (three-point), season

27 -- Daron Alcorn, Portland

Field Goals (three-point), game

11 -- Carlos Huerta, Florida vs. Houston, 1998

Longest (three-point) field goal

63 -- Aaron Mills, San Jose at Florida, 1996

Field Goals (four-point), season

6 -- Brian Mitchell, Cleveland, 1994

Field Goals (four-point), game

2 -- Brian Mitchell, Cleveland at Orlando, 1994