The American Football Association of Finland recently published an interview with new Boston Renegades running back Tytti Kuusinen.
The health and safety of our team, fans, sponsors and community remain our top priority as we navigate the uncharted waters ahead.
What needs to happen when companies use female empowerment to sell products? Their message needs to match their actions inside and outside of corporate headquarters.
Spring Gamble received a gift of an NFL Super Bowl trip for her trailblazing efforts in football and coaching.
The Boston Renegades begin their road toward a historic third championship in 2020. Their eight-game season kicks off on the road on April 11th.
The Boston Renegades were honored by the City Council following their second consecutive national championship.
The Boston Renegades swept the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) this year with the help of wide receiver Stephanie Pascual of Dorchester.
Multiple titles, a legendary quarterback and two prominent Jewish players, this New England team is one of the best in the nation … but it’s not the Patriots.
Shannon Singletary of Brockton and Tyrra Cole of Weymouth will be playing for the Boston Renegades on Saturday night when they try to repeat as champions of the Women’s Football Alliance.
The WFA National Championship game will be broadcast on ESPN3 Saturday evening from Golden, Colorado. Truex is looking forward to the challenge.
The North Andover High graduate broke into the Women’s Football Alliance with the Boston Renegades last season, and helped them win the 2018 WFA Championship. Now, she has the chance to help them do it again.
Ashley Beckham and Kristen Sarson know how to tackle a challenge, and, experience shows, usually overcome it.
The Boston Renegades are heading to the Women’s Football Alliance National Championship for the third consecutive season seeking back-to-back titles.
JUNE 29, 2019 – For the second time in as many games, the Boston Renegades soundly defeated their archrivals the D.C. Divas. Boston advances to the Women’s Football Alliance Division I National Championship on July 13.
Nine players from the Boston Renegades have been recognized as All-Americans by the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA).
Wide receiver Satoria Bell flexed her way to three touchdown receptions and running back Ruth Matta exploded for three rushing scores and a punt return touchdown as the Renegades downed the D.C. Divas 62-32.