The Boston Renegades’ recent road trip to face the New York Wolves was the subject of journalist Esteban Bustillos’ story for WGBH Radio’s Morning Edition.
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All the stories about our 2019 season.
Princeton Alumna Allison Cahill ’03 raises the bar for success, longevity in women’s football.
Angelica Pascual and Ruth Matta rushed for a combined 219 yards and three touchdowns as the Renegades defeated their archrivals to improve to 3-0.
Helsinki Roosters wide receiver JJ Seiles has taken on a new challenge by playing football in the United States with the Boston Renegades of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA).
Allison Cahill, Emily Beinecke, and Stephanie Pascual were tested on their knowledge of current events and all things renegade. They also discussed their experience playing on a five-time national champion tackle football team, the Boston Renegades.
The Boston Renegades opened the 2019 season in Florida Saturday night to face the Tampa Bay Inferno. Quarterback Allison Cahill completed three touchdown passes and running back Angelica Pascual rushed for three scores en route to an impressive 61-7 victory.
The Boston Renegades will begin the 2019 women’s tackle football season with a road game against the Tampa Bay Inferno. The two franchises have never met, making this an out-of-the-ordinary matchup.
With a dozen professional sports championships since 2001, Greater Boston and New England has some major bragging rights. But, locally, pro sports aren’t only about Tom Brady and the boys.
Boston Renegades wide receiver and team captain Emily Beinecke was interviewed by BBC Radio journalist Luke De Costa on the podcast “Good Sports.”
The banner display in Logan Airport is about city pride, celebrating our best, and reinforcing Boston’s image as a passionate sports town. All good reasons to include the championships of the Renegades and the Pride.