Boston Renegades again the best in women’s football, win fourth straight championship (Boston Globe)
Chanté Bonds is used to being a playmaker, playing multiple roles for the Boston Renegades on offense and defense.
Bonds and defense lead Renegades to 4th straight WFA Pro National title (New England Football Journal)
With Allison Cahill out of action with an injury, Chanté Bonds was under center when Boston took the field for the WFA Pro title game.
Support of New England’s pro women’s tackle football team is DemandScience’s newest partnership with organizations that use data to win.
Revere residents help power a Renegades victory at Harry della Russo Stadium.
Tytti Kuusinen ran for four touchdowns to lead the Boston Renegades to a 42-24 victory over Pittsburgh in the Women’s Football Alliance semifinals.
With a 42-24 victory over Pittsburgh, Boston earned a berth in the WFA Pro National Championship July 10 in Canton, Ohio.
Eleven players and a coach from the Boston Renegades will compete in the 2022 Women’s World Championship (WWC).
For the fourth straight season, Boston heads to WFA National semifinals (New England Football Journal)
With another throttling of the DC Divas 69-32 this past Saturday, Boston secured a fourth consecutive conference championship berth.
For the third time this season, Boston posted 60 or more points, defeating the D.C. Divas 69-32 to secure a place the semifinals.
Katie Falkowski is the newest member of the Barnstable High School Red Hawks football coaching staff as an offensive assistant.
Boston finishes another unbeaten regular season & Smith makes history (New England Football Journal)
Smith set a new all-time record for receiving yards in the WFA as the Renegades finished the regular season 6-0 after a 60-28 victory over the Diva
Running back Katie Falkowski scored three touchdowns and defensive end Donny Fournier grabbed a pick six as Boston beat D.C. 60-28.
Eleven players from the Boston Renegades have been recognized as First Team All Americans by the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA).
The Renegades blew out the Pittsburgh Passion 47-8 at Harry Della Russo Stadium this past Saturday.
Th Renegades reached a milestone 50th team victory with a 46-to-8 win over the Pittsburgh Passion.