Season Summary: 1994
With the future of the VFA very much in doubt, Williamstown went into 1994 with Mark Cross, a tough former rover from the 1970's and member of the 1976 second division premiership team, as coach and Tony Pastore as captain. Among the recruits was former Williamstown Under 19's and North Melbourne/Carlton player Mark Arceri, whose father Tony had been the 'Town president in 1975, Troy Carrick from the Under 19's, future Liston Medallist Paul Dooley, 22 year-old Troy West from West Perth and 18 year-old Brad Lloyd, younger brother of vice-captain Simon. Troy Mitchell returned after a season at Wodonga, and Phil O'Keefe transferred over from Werribee mid-season.
After losing the opening three games, the Seagulls improved to the extent that they won eight of the 18 games for the year to finish in eighth place. Troy Mitchell took out his third best and fairest award and newcomer Phil O'Keefe lead the goal-kicking at the club with a total of just 24 goals. Andrew Howlett played his 100th game for Williamstown against Frankston in round 11.
Troy Carrick, fresh out of Williamstown Under 19's
Kim Walsh took over as President in July when Graham Oborne stood down, Sharon became GM in 1995
A new board took over running of the Club in July when Kim Walsh became President
Phil O'Keefe transferred from Werribee mid-season
Three-time best & fairest winner Troy Mitchell
18 year-old Brad Lloyd made his debut in round one against Oakleigh at Warrawee Park Oval.
Steve Symons and Greg 'Nuts' Minett
Andrew 'Ghost' Howlett gets in a fist to spoil against Springvale in round 8
Here Andy Howlett takes a text-book grab against Coburg in round 17
A sign of troubled times ahead
1990 premiership hero Bill Swan, was retired and coaching the reserves in 1994.