2011 SIFL season

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2011 SIFL season
League Southern Indoor Football League
Sport Indoor Football
Duration February 26, 2011 – June 11, 2011
Regular season
Season MVP Adam DiMichele (Erie)
Postseason
Eastern Conference champions Albany Panthers
  Eastern Conference runners-up Columbus Lions
Western Conference champions Louisiana Swashbucklers
  Western Conference runners-up Houston Stallions
President's Cup III
Champions Albany Panthers
  Runners-up Louisiana Swashbucklers
Southern Indoor Football League seasons
← 2010
N/A →

The 2011 Southern Indoor Football League season was the SIFL's third overall season, the first since its merger with the American Indoor Football Association (AIFA), and the last before its breakup into three regional leagues.

Final regular season standings[edit]

Team Overall Division
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
Eastern Conference
Northeast Division
Erie Explosion 9 3 0.750 5 3 0.625
Trenton Steel 8 4 0.667 6 2 0.750
Harrisburg Stampede 2 10 0.167 1 7 0.125
Mid-Atlantic Division
Richmond Raiders* 6 6 0.500 3 1 0.750
Carolina Speed 3 9 0.250 2 2 0.250
Fayetteville Force 3 9 0.250 1 3 0.250
South Division
Columbus Lions 11 1 0.917 5 1 0.833
Albany Panthers 10 2 0.833 4 2 0.667
Alabama Hammers 4 8 0.333 0 6 0.000
Western Conference
Gulf Division
Louisiana Swashbucklers 8 4 0.667 1 0 1.000
Mobile Bay Tarpons** 2 3 0.500 0 1 0.000
Lafayette Wildcatters*** 0 12 0.000 0 12 0.000
Southwest Division
Houston Stallions 12 0 1.000 8 0 1.000
Corpus Christi Hammerheads 7 5 0.583 3 4 0.429
Rio Grande Valley Magic 6 6 0.500 3 6 0.333
Abilene Ruff Riders 4 8 0.333 1 6 0.143
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best league record
  • * = Failed to make the playoffs despite winning division
  • ** = Folded five games into their season.
  • *** = Suspended operations prior to the season due to lack of Worker's Compensation Insurance[1]

Playoffs[edit]

Conference Semifinals Conference Championships President's Cup III
                 
3 Corpus Christi 20
2 Louisiana 59
2 Louisiana 56
Western Conference
1 Houston 41
4 Rio Grande Valley 62
1 Houston 65
W2 Louisiana 48
E2 Albany 69
3 Erie 43
2 Albany 68
2 Albany 75
Eastern Conference
1 Columbus 61
4 Trenton 60
1 Columbus 62

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