Atlanta Steam

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Atlanta Steam
Team logo
Established 2012
Based in Atlanta, Georgia
Home field Infinite Energy Arena
League Legends Football League
Division Eastern Conference
Colours

Black, red

         
Lingerie Bowl wins None
Website www.lflus.com/atlantasteam

The Atlanta Steam is a women's American football team of the Legends Football League based in Atlanta, Georgia. The Steam is the league's 14th team and plays its games at the Infinite Energy Arena in suburban Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Although the Steam (along with the San Diego Seduction, Las Vegas Sin and Miami Caliente) were to be the four teams added to the LFL for its inaugural season in 2008, the league never played that season, and by the time the league did begin play in 2009, Atlanta was not among the teams.

LFL's Atlanta franchise originally began as the proposed St. Louis Saints.[1] The team name was selected by fans in a vote.[1] Team tryouts took place on June 24, 2012, at the Vetta Sports Club Soccerdome.[2] Among the people trying out was former soccer player and 2006 Atlantic 10 Conference Rookie of the Year and 2008 St. Louis University leading scorer Julia Brandenburg.[3] After negotiations to use the Family Arena fell through,[4] the LFL suspended the Saints indefinitely, and they were replaced by a new Atlanta team.[5] In its first game, the Steam was shut out by the Jacksonville Breeze, 48–0.[6]

Roster[edit]

2013[edit]

  • Ray Norrell, Head Coach
  • Brittany Morgan
  • Colette "Coco" Montgomery
  • Holly Oakes
  • Alfye Gore
  • Krista Cross
  • Brittney Sharp
  • Keyon Harrison
  • Paige Jackson
  • Sharlene Fuller
  • Alexandria Stone
  • Ashley Johnston
  • Nasira Johnson
  • Cynthia Freeman
  • Stepanie Orji
  • Leanne Hardin[7]

2014[edit]

  • Dane Robinson, Head Coach
  • 1 Coco Montgomery WR-DE
  • 2 Vynessa Smith DE
  • 3 Dee Salter RB
  • 4 Holly Oakes DE
  • 5 Remi Hudson CB
  • 6 Alfye Gore WR-SS
  • 7 Jenny Mac WR-DE
  • 8 Carolyn Wright CB
  • 9 Jasmine Stills CB
  • 10 Marianna Young CB
  • 11 Keyon Harrison C-DE
  • 12 Stormy Monroe TE
  • 13 Jodie Nettles WR-QB
  • 14 Mia Alphonso DE
  • 15 Sharlene Fuller SS-WR
  • 16 Delenia Adams DE
  • 17 Ashley Pope TE-DE
  • 18 Dakota Hughes QB
  • 19 Nasira "Nas" Johnson RB
  • 20 Leanne Hardin MLB

2015[edit]

  • Dane Robinson, Head Coach
  • 1 Coco Montgomery WR-DE
  • 2 Dominique Evans S-TE
  • 3 Adrian Purnell SS-TE
  • 4 Althea McNichol CB-RB
  • 5 Jessie Locklear RB
  • 6 Alfye Gore WR-SS
  • 7 Jenny Mac WR-DE
  • 9 Xica Brewer FS-CB
  • 10 Ciara McMillan CB
  • 11 Keyon Harrison C-DE
  • 12 Jayne Caldwell RB-SS
  • 13 Jodie Nettles WR-QB
  • 14 Lauran Ziegler WR-FS
  • 15 Jessica Johnson WR
  • 16 Brooke Barnhill CB
  • 17 Dina Wojowski C-DE
  • 18 Dakota Hughes QB
  • 19 Nasira "Nas" Johnson RB
  • 20 Leanne Hardin MLB[8]

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