Los Angeles Temptation

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Los Angeles Temptation
Los Angeles Temptation logo

Founded 2004
Based in Ontario, California, United States
Home field Citizens Business Bank Arena
League Legends Football League
Division Western Division
Colors Silver, Black, White
Head coach David Bizub
Owner(s) Lingerie Football League, LLC
Lingerie Bowl wins 2009 / 2010 Lingerie Bowl VII Champions
Website MyLosAngelesTemptation.com

Los Angeles Temptation (formerly known as Team Dream) was one of two teams that established the Lingerie Football League in 2003. The old narme Team Dream was used at Lingerie Bowl I, broadcast during Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004. They beat Team Euphoria with a score of 6-0.[1] In the following year the team was renamed Los Angeles Temptation and the LFL was expanded by two more teams (Dallas Desire and Chicago Bliss).[2] After defeating Dallas Desire in the Western Final (one of the Semi-Finals which included a Skill Test, a 3-on-2 match and a dance competition) with a score of 68-36 they met again with Team Euphoria (now named New York Euphoria) at the final of Lingerie Bowl II and won again. In 2006 they defeated Dallas Desire again in the Semi-Final but lost against New York Euphoria which won Lingerie Bowl III with a winning margin of only one point (obtained through a conversion) with a total score of 13-12.

2004[edit]

Lingerie Bowl I (2004) Line-Up[citation needed]
# Name Hometown
- Eric Dickerson (head coach) Sealy, Texas
0 Jennifer Birmingham Benton, Louisiana
1 Nicole Silva Seattle, Washington
2 Maile Moore Park City, Utah
3 Jamie Eifert Lansing, Michigan
4 Hayden Kristianson Chewelah, Washington
5 Nikki Ziering (team captain) Norwalk, California
6 Kim Kindrick Seattle, Washington
8 Christa Campbell Rohnert Park, California
9 Jennifer Jansen Los Angeles, California
10 Gwendolyn Osbourne Bath, England
11 Tiffany Haugen Santa Barbara, California
13 Debra Lee Stone San Diego, California
14 Frida Silva Helsingborg, Sweden


2005[edit]

Lingerie Bowl II (2005) Line-Up[citation needed]
# Name Hometown SF*
- ? (head coach) ? X
0 Jaimarie Bjorge San Luis Obispo, California X
? ? ? -
2 Deanna Merryman ? -
? ? ? -
? ? ? -
5 Jerilee Woodford Harbour Main, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada X
? ? ? -
8 Tamara Witmer (team captain) Woodland Hills, California X
9 Lauren Bergfeld Conroe, Texas -
? ? ? -
? ? ? -
12 Elisabeth Rouffaer Santa Cruz, California X
? ? ? -
* X = participation in Semi-Final


2006[edit]

Lingerie Bowl III (2006) Line-Up[citation needed]
# Name Hometown
- Jim McMahon (head coach) Jersey City, New Jersey
0 Hillary Millard Long Beach, California
1 Lauren Bergfeld Conroe, Texas
2 Krisi Ballentine Monticello, Arkansas
3 Leslie Gomez Bellflower, California
4 Elisabeth Rouffaer Santa Cruz, California
5 Seanna Mitchell Pasadena, California
6 Katie Lohmann (quarterback) Scottsdale, Arizona
7 Cora Skinner Creston, California
8 Katherine Thom southern California
9 Michelle Harding Toronto, Canada
10 Lotti Bluemner Brookfield, Wisconsin
11 Jerilee Woodford Harbour Main, Newfoundland, Canada
12 Monica Corbett Los Angeles, California


2009-2010 season[edit]

Niki Gahzian of the Temptation, November 2009

The final game of the 2009-2010 regular season was played on January 29, 2010, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum between the Temptation and the San Diego Seduction.[3]

Lingerie Bowl VII featured the winners of the LFL's Western and Eastern Conference in a game played on February 6, 2010, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.[4] The game was intended to be webcast opposite Super Bowl XLIV's halftime show in Miami, Florida, on February 7, 2010.[5] The Western Conference Los Angeles Temptation defeated the Eastern Conference Chicago Bliss by the score of 27-14.[6]

Los Angeles Temptation roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receiver

Offensive Linewomen

Defensive Linewoman

Linebackers


Defensive Backs

Roster updated 2012-05-14


2010–11 LFL season[edit]

2011–12 LFL season[edit]

Los Angeles Temptation during practice, August 2012
Coaches David Bizub and Tui Suiaunoa, August 2012

2013 LFL US season[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lingerie Bowl Full of ... Surprises". Chicago Tribune. 2004-02-02. 
  2. ^ John Gonzalez (2004-06-03). "First-String Divas". Dallas Observer. 
  3. ^ "Lingerie Football League Season Finale Set to Take Place at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum" (Press release). PRNewswire. January 25, 2010. 
  4. ^ Wright, Todd (January 4, 2010). "Hard Rock to Host Lingerie Bowl VII". NBC Miami. Retrieved February 23, 2010. 
  5. ^ Geist, Bill (February 7, 2010). "Lacing Up for the Lingerie Bowl; Bill Geist Learns LFL Players Really Love Football, and Don't Mind Playing in Their Underwear". CBS Sunday Morning. Retrieved February 23, 2010. 
  6. ^ Perlas, Eddie (February 8, 2010). "Chicago Bliss Fall in Lingerie Bowl". NBC Chicago. Retrieved February 23, 2010. 

External links[edit]

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