2012 Tri-Cities Fever season

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2012 Tri-Cities Fever season
Head coach Adam Shackleford
General manager Teri Carr
Owner Teri Carr
Home field Toyota Center
7016 West Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
Results
Record 12-2
Conference place 1st Intense
Playoff finish Won IC Semifinals (Ice) 52-42
Won IC Championship (Wild) 51-30
Lost 2012 United Bowl (Storm) 32-59

The 2012 Tri-Cities Fever season was the team's eighth season as a professional indoor football franchise and third in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of sixteen teams competing in the IFL for the 2013 season, the Kennewick, Washington-based Tri-Cities Fever were members of the Intense Conference. Founded in 2005 as part of National Indoor Football League, the Tri-Cities Fever moved to the af2 in 2007 then jumped to the IFL before the 2010 season.

Under the leadership of owner/general manager Teri Carr and head coach Adam Shackleford, the team played their home games at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington. Shackleford's staff includes assistant coach Cleveland Pratt and defensive line coach Kimo von Oelhoffen. The Fever Girls are the official dance team.

Schedule[edit]

Key:   Win   Tie   Loss   Bye

Regular season[edit]

All start times are local time

Week Day Date Kickoff Opponent Results Location
Score Record
1 BYE
2 Saturday February 25 7:05pm Everett Raptors W 70-44 1-0 Toyota Center
3 Sunday March 4 6:05pm at Nebraska Danger W 38-23 2-0 Eihusen Arena
4 Saturday March 10 7:05pm Colorado Ice W 64-50 3-0 Toyota Center
5 BYE
6 Thursday March 22 7:05pm at Everett Raptors W 54-48 4-0 Comcast Arena at Everett
7 Friday March 30 7:05pm Wyoming Cavalry W 62-41 5-0 Toyota Center
8 Friday April 6 7:05pm at New Mexico Stars W 65-62 6-0 Santa Ana Star Center
9 Friday April 13 7:05pm Everett Raptors W 54-33 7-0 Toyota Center
10 BYE
11 Friday April 27 7:05pm New Mexico Stars W 37-20 8-0 Toyota Center
12 Friday May 4 7:05pm at Everett Raptors W 70-61 9-0 Comcast Arena at Everett
13 Saturday May 12 7:05pm at Sioux Falls Storm L 16-55 9-1 Sioux Falls Arena
14 Friday May 18 7:05pm at Wyoming Cavalry W 30-26 10-1 Casper Events Center
15 Saturday May 26 7:05pm Sioux Falls Storm L 72-73 10-2 Toyota Center
16 Saturday June 2 7:00pm at Colorado Ice W 52-49 11-2 Budweiser Events Center
17 Saturday June 9 7:05pm Wyoming Cavalry W 66-34 12-2 Toyota Center
18 BYE

Post-season[edit]

Week Day Date Kickoff Opponent Results Location
Final Score Record
IC Semifinals Friday June 22 7:05pm Colorado Ice W 52–42 1-0 Toyota Center
IC Championship Friday June 29 7:05pm Wichita Wild W 51-30 2-0 Toyota Center
2012 United Bowl Saturday July 14 7:35pm at Sioux Falls Storm L 32-59 2-1 Sioux Falls Arena

Roster[edit]

2012 Tri-Cities Fever roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  •  1 Dennis Kennedy

Wide Receivers

  •  7 Ed Berry
  •  8 Jamar Howard
  • 23 Giovanni Stanley
  •  4 Steven Whitehead
Offensive Linemen
  • 91 Lance Evnuomwan
  • 60 William Falakasini
  • 76 Anthony McNac
  • 70 Chris Rutledge
  • 79 Roddrell Stewart

Defensive Linemen

  • 10 Darius Collins
  • 93 Bailey Johnson
  •  9 Jake Killeen
  • 57 Shane McCord
Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Kickers

Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics
Roster updated July 14, 2012
23 Active, 0 InactiveMore rosters

Standings[edit]

2012 Intense Conference
W L T PCT PF PA DIV GB STK
y Tri-Cities Fever 12 2 0 0.857 750 619 12-0 --- W2
x Allen Wranglers 9 5 0 0.643 842 670 9-4 3.0 W3
x Wichita Wild 8 6 0 0.571 658 681 5-3 4.0 L1
x Colorado Ice 8 6 0 0.571 681 595 8-5 4.0 L2
Everett Raptors 5 9 0 0.357 696 781 5-9 7.0 L1
Nebraska Danger 5 9 0 0.357 664 721 3-6 7.0 L1
Wyoming Cavalry 4 10 0 0.286 619 762 3-8 8.0 L2
New Mexico Stars 2 12 0 0.143 541 764 2-12 10.0 L9

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