Boston Renegades romp D.C. Divas, reach National Conference Championship of Women’s Football Alliance playoffs
Kat Cornetta of the Boston Globe reports on the Boston Renegades’s quarterfinal victory over the D.C. Divas, 70-14.
Kevin J. Stone of New England Football Journal reports on the Renegades’ 84-25 victory over the D.C. Divas.
Kevin Stone of New England Football Journal reports on the Boston Renegades 2023 season opener against the D.C. Divas.
For the fourth straight season, Boston heads to WFA National semifinals (New England Football Journal)
With another throttling of the DC Divas 69-32 this past Saturday, Boston secured a fourth consecutive conference championship berth.
For the third time this season, Boston posted 60 or more points, defeating the D.C. Divas 69-32 to secure a place the semifinals.
Boston finishes another unbeaten regular season & Smith makes history (New England Football Journal)
Smith set a new all-time record for receiving yards in the WFA as the Renegades finished the regular season 6-0 after a 60-28 victory over the Diva
Running back Katie Falkowski scored three touchdowns and defensive end Donny Fournier grabbed a pick six as Boston beat D.C. 60-28.
The three-time defending WFA National champs went on the road and scored 35 points in the second quarter en route to a dominant 69-28 victory.
The Boston Renegades are heading to the Women’s Football Alliance National Championship for the third consecutive season seeking back-to-back titles.
For the second time in as many games, the Boston Renegades soundly defeated their archrivals the D.C. Divas. Boston advances to the Women’s Football Alliance Division I National Championship on July 13.
Wide receiver Satoria Bell flexed her way to three touchdown receptions and running back Ruth Matta exploded for three rushing scores and a punt return touchdown as the Renegades downed the D.C. Divas 62-32.
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.
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.