Round Rock, Texas –The Independent Women's Football League is pleased to announce that Annemarie Howland, representing the Binghamton Tiger Cats, has been awarded a full membership license. The Binghamton Tiger Cats are a second year team organized to provide women in Binghamton, New York an opportunity to play tackle football at the national level. The Tiger Cats will join the league’s roster of Eastern Conference teams for the 2010 season.
“This is a strong young team lead by a very impressive group of dedicated coaches,” stated Laurie Frederick, IWFL Chief Executive Officer, “As Head Coach, John Evans has done some great things in Binghamton in a very short period of time. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with this great group of people.”
IWFL WELCOMES THE SO CAL SCORPIONS
Round Rock, Texas –The Independent Women's Football League is proud to announce that Christina Carrillo, representing the So Cal Scorpions, has been awarded a full membership license. The Scorpions will join the league’s growing roster of teams for the 2010 season. The team comes to the IWFL after completing five successful seasons, with three post season appearances as well as a championship title in their former league.
“The So Cal Scorpions are the last major champion to join the IWFL. This marks a historic moment for the team, league and our sport. This is a great team in a great city and we’re thrilled to welcome them to the IWFL family,” stated Kezia Disney, IWFL Chief Operating Officer.
IWFL Welcomes Cyclones
“This team had a rough go of it last season and has since made some very positive changes to their organization. They are led on the field by Head Coach Dan Morgan and Offensive Coordinator Larkay James. Both have decades of experience and currently coach high school football in Houston,” stated Kezia Disney, IWFL Chief Operating Officer, “this team has revamped operations, and with their new coach’s focus on teaching the fundamentals and promoting a positive environment, they are sure to make big strides toward building a great team.”
The Cyclones will meet some familiar faces in 2010 as they compete in cross tier play against the Houston Energy and Dallas Diamonds as well as new rivals from Baton Rouge, and other Midwest/Southern cities.
“There are many challenges we encounter as women pursuing our dream to play tackle football. The IWFL has established a great league for women to overcome those challenges and continue that dream. We are so excited to be a part of IWFL and we look forward to an exciting 2010 Season,” stated Roxy Griffin, HTown Texas Cyclones team owner.
About the HTown Texas Cyclones
The HTown Texas Cyclones professional women's football team was formed in 2007. The team is owned by Cyclones player, Roxy Griffin and Lucrecia Gray. The Cyclones will play all home games at Reggie Grob Stadium in Northwest Houston.
For more information about the HTown Texas Cyclones, contact the team at: http://www.htowntexascyclones.com
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