WBUR Sports and Society Reporter Shira Springer mentioned the Boston Renegades in her year-end list of 2018’s Best Boston Sports Moments You Might Have Missed.
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Chanté Bonds was featured on all social media outlets for the NBC Sports program “Sunday Night Football,” tallying over half a million views on Facebook.
Former Mansfield High track star Hillary Crook and the Boston Renegades won the 2018 Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) Div. 1 Super Bowl.
The one-time Brockton basketball standout was recently named the player of the year in the Women’s Football Alliance and earned the most valuable player award in the championship game won by the Boston Renegades.
Ever since Briannah Gallo was a little girl she always wanted to play tackle football. She got her first opportunity 11 years ago — and has been on four national champion teams since then.
In honor of their championship victory, the Renegades celebrated at Gillette Stadium for Thursday night’s NFL preseason game between th Patriots and Washington.
Emily Beinecke, a three-sport standout at Concord-Carlisle, helped the Boston Renegades win the WFA national championship five years after playing for Tufts’ national championship softball team.
The Boston Renegades notched a 42-18 victory over the Los Angeles Warriors in Saturday night’s Women’s Football Alliance National Championship at Kennesaw State University in Atlanta.
The Boston Renegades dominated the undefeated Los Angeles Warriors, 42-18, Saturday night in Atlanta to win their first Women’s Football Alliance National Championship.
Boston smothered the Los Angeles Warriors’ rushing attack and rolled up six touchdowns to claim the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) National Championship trophy by a score of 42-18.
Competing for a national championship is difficult enough. Doing it in a sport you didn’t pick up until adulthood is even more challenging.
Before this season, Fournier took a shot trying to make the team. Now, she’s headed to Atlanta with the rest of the squad looking to avenge last season’s championship loss.
Coaches from the Boston Renegades and Los Angeles Warriors discuss their preparations for Women’s Football Alliance championship.
In the city of champions, the Boston Renegades women’s football team has lived this season by one simple word: “Finish.”
The Boston Renegades seek redemption when they return to Women’s Football Alliance National Championship Game in Atlanta to face the Los Angeles Warriors.
For the second year in a row, the Boston Renegades have advanced to the WFA National Championship. They defeated #1 seed D.C. Divas in the conference finals Saturday night.
Barnstable High graduates Marcia Beatty and Steph Jeffers said their team is on a revenge tour.
D.C. Divas vs Boston Renegades: Longtime Rivals Battle for Eastern Conference Championship (Women’s Football Alliance)
One of the football’s greatest rivalries is showcased in the Women’s Football Alliance National Conference Championship on Saturday, July 14, at 6 p.m. at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex.
The Boston Renegades scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter to prime a 63-26 victory over the Pittsburgh Passion. Boston now advances to the conference championship.
The Boston Renegades begin the 2018 post season on the road for a quarterfinal matchup against the Pittsburgh Passion on Saturday, June 30th.