Houston Summit were a professional indoor soccer team that operated from 1978–1980. They played in the original Major Indoor Soccer League. In 1980, the franchise was moved to Baltimore to become the Baltimore Blast. Their roster mainly included players from the Houston NASL, the Houston Hurricane. During the two seasons that the Summit played in Houston the average home attendance was 2,749. The team was named for its home arena.
|1978–79||18-6||1st||Lost Semifinals to Philadelphia Fever|
|1979–80||20-12||1st, Central Division||Lost MISL Finals to New York Arrows|
MISL Regular Season Prmiereships
MISL Division Championships
MISL Coach Of The Year
MISL Goalkeeper of the Year
MISL Leading Goalkeeper
|All-MISL: First Team
All-MISL: Second Team
All-MISL: Honorable Mention
MISL All-Star Game Selections: First Team
MISL All-Star Game Selections: Second Team
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