Kraig Chiles scored four goals as the Sockers blew out the Cincinnati Kings 13-6 to win their second consecutive US Open Arena Soccer Championship.
A crowd of 3,063 at the Del Mar Arena saw the Sockers break a 2-2 tie with a run of six unanswered goals heading into halftime. San Diego scored three goals in 45 seconds to take a 5-2 lead in the first quarter and the Sockers methodically extended their lead from there.
Chiles had a hat trick before the first half elapsed, while Eric Wunderle, Diego Rovira and Anthony Medina each added two goals apiece.
Chris Toth earned the win in goal and Paul Wright added a goal and assist as the 2010-2011 North American Champions claimed the "double" title for the second straight year.
The Sockers are the undisputed champions of North America, winning every major trophy and avenging both of their regular season losses.
The twelve-time indoor champion Sockers finish the year with a 19-2 record, two championship trophies, the league MVP (Chiles) and the Coach of the Year (Phil Salvagio).
Six different players scored for Cincinnati, who lost their last three games after a 13-2 start on the season.