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-By-Season[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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