Columbia Stingers

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Columbia Stingers
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Founded 2006
Arena Colonial Center
Based in Columbia, South Carolina
League National Indoor Football League
Head coach Corey Miller
Cheerleaders Honey Bees
Mascot Zip

The Columbia Stingers were a team in the National Indoor Football League which played for one season, in 2007. The team played their home games at the Colonial Center, home to South Carolina Gamecocks basketball.

The Coach for the Columbia Stingers in 2007 was Corey Miller, who played football for both the University of South Carolina and the New York Giants.

Their Offensive Coordinator 2007 was Stephan Darby; Assistant Coach was Stacey Anderson; Specialty Coach was John Gill; Secondary/Strength Coach was Danny Samuel; Quarterbacks coach was Kent Merideth; and Speed coach was Anthony Washington.

The team is now defunct. It remains to be seen as to whether there will be any other attempts to bring an Arena Football team to Columbia.

Season-By-Season[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2007 1 7 0 4th Atlantic --

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