St. Louis Slam

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St. Louis Slam
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Founded 2003
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history NWFA (2003-2008)
WFA (2009-present)
Based in St. Louis, Missouri
Stadium Oakville High School
Colors Black, Orange, White
Owner(s) Nancy Simonds
President Inge Metcalfe
Head coach Quincy Davis
Championships 1 (2009 WFA)
Division titles 5 (2006, 2007, 2008 NWFA, 2009, 2010 WFA)

The St. Louis Slam is a women's professional American football team based in St. Louis, Missouri. They play in the Women's Football Alliance, of which they are the current defending champions. The Slam played in the National Women's Football Association from their inception in 2003 until 2008. Home games are played at Oakville High School Stadium. The team is coached by Quincy Davis.

On August 15, 2009, the Slam won the inaugural Women's Football Alliance championship, defeating the West Michigan Mayhem 21-14 at Pan American Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Season-By-Season[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
St. Louis Slam (NWFA)
2003 3 5 0 3rd Midwest Division --
2004 5 3 0 2nd South Midwest --
2005 5 3 0 7th North Division --
2006 6 2 0 1st South Central Won NWFA First Round (Kentucky)
Lost NWFA Quarterfinal (Mass.)
2007 7 1 0 1st South North Won Southern Conference Quarterfinals (Phoenix)
Lost Southern Conference Semifinals (Oklahoma City)
2008 8 0 0 1st South Midwest First-round bye for Southern Conference Quarterfinals
Lost Southern Conference Semifinals (H-Town)
St. Louis Slam (WFA)
2009 8 0 0 1st American Midwest Won American Conference Semifinal (Las Vegas)
Won American Conference Championship (Jacksonville)
Won WFA National Championship (West Michigan)
2010 8 0 0 1st National Central Won National Conference Quarterfinal (Cleveland)
Won National Conference Semifinal (Jacksonville)
Lost National Conference Championship (Columbus)
2011 5 3 0 2nd National Central --
2012 5 3 0 2nd American Division 11 Won WFA First Round (Minnesota)
Lost Anerican Conference Quarterfinal (Kansas City)
Totals 68 25 0 (including playoffs)

* = Current standing

2009[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Kansas City Storm Away Won 77-0
April 25 Missouri Phoenix Away Won 6-0**
May 9 Minnesota Machine Away Won 28-0
May 16 Iowa Thunder Home Won 35-7
May 30 Kansas City Storm Home Won 88-0
June 6 Minnesota Machine Home Won 42-7
June 13 Missouri Phoenix Home Won 51-0
June 27 Iowa Thunder Away Won 40-10
July 11 Las Vegas Showgirlz (American Conference Semifinal) Home Won 30-12
July 25 Jacksonville Dixie Blues (American Conference Championship) Home Won 40-32
August 15 West Michigan Mayhem (WFA National Championship) Neutral (New Orleans) Won 21-14


2010[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Cincinnati Sizzle Away Won 35-0
April 17 Minnesota Machine Home Won 34-0
April 24 Indiana Speed Away Won 13-6
May 1 Kentucky Karma Home Won 50-0
May 8 Cincinnati Sizzle Home Won 57-0
May 22 Kentucky Karma Away Won 70-6
June 5 Iowa Thunder Away Won 37-14
June 19 Indiana Speed Home Won 16-14
June 26 Cleveland Fusion (National Conference Quarterfinal) Home Won 50-23
July 10 Jacksonville Dixie Blues (National Conference Semifinal) Away Won 52-26
July 17 Columbus Comets (National Conference Semifinal) Away Lost 14-21

2011[edit]

Standings[edit]

2011 Central Division
W L T PCT PF PA DIV GB STK
y-Chicago Force 8 0 0 1.000 413 84 4-0 --- W8
St. Louis Slam 5 3 0 0.625 261 140 2-2 3.0 W2
West Michigan Mayhem 3 5 0 0.375 173 204 0-4 5.0 L3

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 9 Indy Crash Home Won 43-6
April 16 Dayton Diamonds Home Won 70-0
April 30 Chicago Force Away Lost 7-29
May 7 West Michigan Mayhem Away Won 36-6
May 14 Kansas City Tribe Away Lost 34-37
May 21 Chicago Force Home Lost 24-55
June 4 West Michigan Mayhem Home Won 41-7
June 18 Kentucky Karma Away Won 6-0**

** = Won by forfeit

2012[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Iowa Xplosion Home
April 21 Kansas City Tribe Away
April 28 Kansas City Spartans Home
May 5 Chicago Force Away
May 19 Iowa Xplosion Away
June 2 Kansas City Spartans Away
June 9 Memphis Dynasty Home
June 16 Kansas City Tribe Home

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