By Britni de la Cretaz. SOMERVILLE, Mass. — June 3, 2016 — The Renegades are one of the Women’s Football Alliance’s elite teams. Here’s a deeper look at the players who devote their time and money to the team, risking so much to play the game they love.
May 24, 2016 — Boston Renegades owner/executive Molly Goodwin was interviewed along with D.C. Divas quarterback Allyson Hamlin on the Women’s Sports Broadcast Network (WSBN) to preview the upcoming game between the two teams.
May 19, 2016 — Boston Renegades quarterback Allison Cahill was interviewed for the Women’s Sports Broadcast Network (WSBN). She reflects on her groundbreaking 100th career win, her playing career, and the future of the game.
PITTSBURGH — Saturday, May 14, 2016 — The Boston Renegades doused the Pittsburgh Passion, 51-32, on a rainy Saturday night at Cupples Stadium, snapping the Passion’s 27-game winning streak which included two minor league championships. With the win, quarterback Allison Cahill notched her 100th career victory — the first quarterback in women’s football to do so.
May 10, 2016 — Last Saturday, the Boston Renegades women’s football team played a game at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville. We took a behind-the-scenes look before kickoff, and recorded images as well as sounds from the locker room.
SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Saturday, April 16, 2016 — After a back-and-forth contest Saturday night at the Boston Renegades’ 2016 home opener at Dilboy Stadium, the visiting D.C. Divas scored a go-ahead touchdown with only 17 seconds left in the game, resulting in a final score of 35-32.
MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio. — Saturday, April 9, 2016 — Battling in snow, ice, and temperatures below freezing, the Boston Renegades downed the Cleveland Fusion, 28-7, for its second consecutive road win Saturday night at Maple Heights High School.
This opinion piece by Boston Renegades executive Molly Goodwin originally appeared in the Boston Globe on August 3, 2015.
The Boston Renegades’ season ended two weeks ago, but players still took the field for drills last Thursday. They went through warm-ups before working on tackling, throwing and agility with their charges — 20 girls between 5 and 14 years old.