Indiana Speed

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Indiana Speed
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Founded 2002
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history WPFL 2002–2007
WFA 2009–2010
Based in Indianapolis, Indiana
Arena Park Tudor School
Colors Blue, Orange
President Doug Franklin
Head coach Sam "Woody" Wood
Championships 0
Division titles 2 (2006 & 2007 WPFL)

The Indiana Speed was a football team that played in the National Conference of the Women's Professional Football League, and later in the National Concerence of the Women's Football Alliance.

Season results[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Indiana Speed (WPFL)
2002 3 5 0 3rd National
2003 6 4 0 2nd American North
2004 3 7 0 4th National North
2005 7 3 0 2nd National Lost National Conference Qualifier (Minnesota)
2006 7 1 0 1st National North Lost National Conference Qualifier (Wisconsin)
2007 4 4 0 1st National North Lost National Conference Qualifier (Wisconsin)
2008 Did Not Play
Indiana Speed (WFA)
2009 6 2 0 2nd National Central Lost National Conference Semifinal (Philadelphia)
2010 5 3 0 2nd National Central
Totals 41 33 0 (including playoffs)

Season schedules[edit]

2009[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Dayton Diamonds Home Won 62–8
April 25 Fort Wayne Flash Away Won 52–0
May 2 Toledo Reign Away Won 60–0
May 16 West Michigan Mayhem Home Lost 15–20
May 30 Fort Wayne Flash Home Won 14–7
June 6 Dayton Diamonds Away Won 56–0
June 20 Toledo Reign Home Won 57–0
June 27 West Michigan Mayhem Away Lost 0–21
July 11 Philadelphia Liberty Belles (National Conference Semifinal) Away Lost 9–19

2010[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Kentucky Karma Home Won 41–0
April 17 Cincinnati Sizzle Away Won 40–0
April 24 St. Louis Slam Home Lost 6–13
May 1 West Michigan Mayhem Away Lost 13–45
May 8 Kentucky Karma Away Won 54–6
May 22 Dayton Diamonds Home Won 54–0
June 5 Cincinnati Sizzle Home Won 62–0
June 19 St. Louis Slam Away Lost 13–16

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