Student journalists Zeno Minotti and Ada Carter reflect on the success of the Boston Renegades in Cambridge Rindge and Latin School’s newspaper, The Register Forum.
There is a football dynasty taking shape today — but you probably haven’t heard of it. This is not surprising. In fact, a similar thing happened 50 years ago with the winningest team in pro football history: the Toledo Troopers.
The Sports Museum at TD Garden has unveiled a new exhibit acknowledging the accomplishments of the Boston Renegades women’s football team.
University of Rhode Island kinesiology lab manager Lisa Vincent recently won the national championship of the Women’s Football Alliance with the Boston Renegades.
Renegades player Heather Marini lands and NFL coaching fellowship with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Salem natives Truex, O’Neil help Boston Renegades capture third straight women’s football championship (Salem News)
Erin Truex and Odessa O’Neil of Salem are members of this history-making women’s tackle football team.
Renegades quarterback Allison Cahill was interviewed on MyFM 101.3 WMRC-FM Milford.
Yes, it’s a dynasty: National Champion Boston Renegades cement place in football history (Patriots.com)
“For a team like the Renegades who play for the love of the game, it’s damn well time the game loves them back.”
Renegades: Boston caps historic season with third straight WFA National Championship (New England Football Journal)
After succeeding in the shadows for years, the Boston Renegades have loudly announced they are the newest pro football dynasty in New England.
The Boston Renegades were spotlighted on NFL Total Access.
In the rich history book of Boston sports, a team that may have been a footnote is now writing its own chapter.
Boston Renegades Flying High On Patriots Plane To Championship Game Of Women’s Football League (GBH News)
“I think it speak volumes about our organization that the Patriots like the product that they see, on the field, off the field. And our hard work of trying to do that season after season is starting to pay off.”
The Boston Renegades haven’t lost since 2018, and now they’re playing for a third straight championship (Boston Globe)
In a city of championship-winning sports teams, it’s the Renegades, Boston’s women’s tackle football team, who have a chance to do something no pro team in this city has done since the Bill Russell-led Celtics of the 1960s.
Allison Cahill doing her best Brady impression as Boston looks for three-peat (New England Football Journal)
Cahill was named the Women’s Football Alliance National Football Conference Most Valuable Player for the fourth time. Since starting her football career in 2003, Cahill has been about as close to Tom Brady as you can get on the field.
Photos by Eric J. Adler: Robert Kraft sends the Boston Renegades off to Canton, Ohio in style via the Patriots team plane.
Q&A with the Minnesota Vixen’s owner Laura Brown and Head Coach Ryan McCauley in advance of the 2021 WFA National Championship Gam