West Michigan Mayhem

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West Michigan Mayhem
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Founded 2002
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history Southwest Michigan Jaguars (NWFA) (2002-2005)
West Michigan Mayhem (NWFA) (2006-2008)
West Michigan Mayhem (WFA) (2009-Present)
Based in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Stadium Mayors Riverfront Park
Colors Navy Blue, Old Gold
President Lisa Leudtke and JP Plummer
Head coach Troy Johnson
Championships 0
Division titles 5 (2006, 2007, 2008 NWFA, 2009, 2010 WFA)

The West Michigan Mayhem is a women's professional American football team based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. They play in the Women's Football Alliance. The Mayhem played in the National Women's Football Association from their inception in 2002 until 2008 (from 2002-2005 they were based in Otsego and known as the Southwest Michigan Jaguars). Home games are played at Mayor's Riverfront Park in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Season-By-Season[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Southwest Michigan Jaguars (NWFA)
2002 3 5 0 3rd Great Lakes Division --
2003 4 4 0 3rd Great Lakes Division --
2004 6 2 0 2nd North Great Lakes Won Northern Conference Quarterfinal (Philadelphia)
Lost Northern Conference Semifinal (D.C.)
2005 7 1 0 4th North Division Won Northern Conference Quarterfinal (Columbus)
Lost Northern Conference Semifinal (Detroit)
West Michigan Mayhem (NWFA)
2006 7 1 0 1st North West Lost NWFA First Round (Columbus)
2007 6 2 0 1st North West Won Northern Conference Quarterfinal (Baltimore)
Lost Northern Conference Semifinal (Pittsburgh)
2008 8 0 0 1st North North First-round bye for Northern Conference Quarterfinal
Won Northern Conference Semifinal (New York)
Won Northern Conference Championship (Philadelphia)
Lost NWFA Championship (H-Town)
West Michigan Mayhem (WFA)
2009 8 0 0 1st National Central Won National Conference Semifinal (Columbus)
Won National Conference Championship (Philadelphia)
Lost WFA National Championship (St. Louis)
2010 7 1 0 1st National North Central Lost National Conference Quarterfinal (Philadelphia)
2011 3 5 0 3rd National Central --
2012 4 4 0 3rd WFA National 6 --
Totals 70 35 0 (including playoffs)

* = current standing

2009[edit]

Season Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Fort Wayne Flash Home Won 41-0
April 25 Toledo Reign Away Won 47-0
May 2 Dayton Diamonds Away Won 56-0
May 9 Thee Toledo Reign Home Won 57-0
May 16 Indiana Speed Away Won 20-15
June 6 Fort Wayne Flash Away Won 35-0
June 13 Dayton Diamonds Home Won 55-0
June 27 Indiana Speed Home Won 21-0
July 11 Columbus Comets (National Conference Semifinal) Home Won 41-12
July 25 Philadelphia Liberty Belles (National Conference Championship) Home Won 28-21
August 15 St. Louis Slam (WFA National Championship) Neutral (New Orleans) Lost 14-21

2010[edit]

Season Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Detroit Dark Angels Away Won 52-0
April 17 Toledo Reign Home Won 71-0
May 1 Indiana Speed Home Won 45-13
May 8 Cleveland Fusion Home Won 55-0
May 15 Columbus Comets Away Lost 31-36
May 22 Toledo Reign Away Won 64-0
June 12 Cleveland Fusion Away Won 66-14
June 19 Detroit Dark Angels Home Won 73-0
June 26 Philadelphia Liberty Belles (National Conference Quarterfinal) Away Lost 33-35

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 2 Cincinnati Sizzle Away Won 20-0
April 16 Toledo Reign Home Won 54-12
May 7 St. Louis Slam Home Lost 6-36
May 14 Chicago Force Away Lost 6-15
May 21 Dayton Diamonds Away Won 63-0
June 4 St. Louis Slam Away Lost 7-41
June 11 Chicago Force Home Lost 3-76
June 18 Detroit Dark Angels Home Lost 14-24

2012[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Cleveland Fusion Away
April 21 Cincinnati Sizzle Home
April 28 Toledo Reign Home
May 5 Detroit Dark Angels Away
May 12 Chicago Force Away
May 19 Indy Crash Home
June 9 Indy Crash Away
June 16 Chicago Force Home

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