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Pittsburgh Bulls

Pittsburgh Bulls
Team logo
Division National
Played 1990–1993
Home arena Pittsburgh Civic Arena
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Colors black, gold

The Pittsburgh Bulls were a member of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1990 to 1993.They were based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The National Lacrosse League would return to Pittsburgh in 2000 with the Pittsburgh Crossefire, but the team would only stay for one season before moving to become the Washington Power for two seasons, and eventually becoming the Colorado Mammoth in 2003.

All time Record

Season Division W-L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
1990   3-5 5th 2-2 1-3 86 86 Dennis Wey Missed playoffs
1991 National 3-7 2nd 1-4 2-3 125 158 Dennis Wey Missed playoffs
1992 National 3-5 4th 2-2 1-3 97 121 Dennis Wey Missed playoffs
1993 National 1-7 4th 0-4 1-3 97 108 Dennis Wey Missed playoffs
Total 4 seasons 10-24   5-12 5-12 405 473    

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