Boston Renegades star Chanté Bonds is helping to grow the Women’s Football Alliance
Boston Renegades again the best in women’s football, win fourth straight championship (Boston Globe)
Chanté Bonds is used to being a playmaker, playing multiple roles for the Boston Renegades on offense and defense.
Tytti Kuusinen ran for four touchdowns to lead the Boston Renegades to a 42-24 victory over Pittsburgh in the Women’s Football Alliance semifinals.
Brown University’s Quarterbacks Coach Heather Marini, who is also a player for the Renegades, has helped E.J. Perry become an NFL prospect in the upcoming draft.
In the rich history book of Boston sports, a team that may have been a footnote is now writing its own chapter.
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.
Wide receiver Lauren Yung is interviewed by Tara Sullivan for her column in the Boston Globe.
Viridiana Lieberman’s debut project as a feature-length documentary director, “Born to Play,” chronicle the first of consecutive Women’s Football Alliance Super Bowl runs by the Boston Renegades in 2018.
The Boston Renegades were honored by the City Council following their second consecutive national championship.
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.
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.
In the city of champions, the Boston Renegades women’s football team has lived this season by one simple word: “Finish.”
The Boston Globe took a behind-the-scenes look before kickoff, and recorded images as well as sounds from the locker room.
This opinion piece by Boston Renegades executive Molly Goodwin originally appeared in the Boston Globe on August 3, 2015.
Determined to play on, the disbanded Boston Militia decided to start a new women’s football organization from the ground up with a new name, a new logo, and a new mission.