H-Town Texas Cyclones

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H-Town Texas Cyclones
Founded 2008
League Independent Women's Football League
Team history NWFA 2008
WFA 2009
IWFL 2010
Based in Houston, Texas
Stadium Reggie Grob Stadium
Colors Green, gold
President Roxy Griffin & Lucrieta Gray
Head coach Dan Morgan
Championships 1 (2008 NWFA)
Division titles 1 (2008 NWFA)

The H-Town Texas Cyclones were a team of the Independent Women's Football League. Based in Houston, the Cyclones played their home games at Reggie Grob Stadium on the campus of the Spring Branch Independent School District. The Cyclones were the second IWFL team based in Houston, after the Houston Energy. However, while the Energy competes in Tier I, the Cyclones were expected to compete in Tier II. Both teams were to compete for talent and fans with the Women's Football Alliance's Houston Power.

In their inaugural season, when they played in the National Women's Football Association the Cyclones defeated the West Michigan Mayhem 39-10 to win the NWFA Championship, the league's last before folding. Their sophomore season (in which they were members of the WFA) was not as successful, as they were only credited two wins that season (both by default when the East Texas Saberkats folded). In their final season of the IWFL, they went winless are 0-8 without going to playoffs. Afterwards, the team folded.


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
H-Town Texas Cyclones (NWFA)
2008 7 1 0 1st South Central Won Southern Conference Quarterfinals (Oklahoma City)
Won Southern Conference Semifinals (St. Louis)
Won Southern Conference Championship (Los Angeles)
Won NWFA Championship (West Michigan)
H-Town Texas Cyclones (WFA)
2009 2 6 0 3rd American Southwest --
H-Town Texas Cyclones (IWFL)
2010 0 8 0 8th Tier II Midwest --
Totals 13 15 0 (including playoffs)

Season schedules[edit]


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Austin Outlaws Home Lost 34-40
April 25 East Texas Saberkats Away Won 6-0**
May 2 Lone Star Mustangs Away Lost 12-20
May 16 Lone Star Mustangs Home Lost 12-14
May 30 East Texas Saberkats Home Won 6-0**
June 6 Austin Outlaws Away Lost 20-42
June 20 Lone Star Mustangs Home Lost 0-31
June 27 Austin Outlaws Away Lost 7-29

** = Won by forfeit


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 3 Louisiana Fuel Home
April 17 Miami Fury Away
April 24 Houston Energy Home
May 1 Louisiana Fuel Home
May 15 Dallas Diamonds Home
May 22 Memphis Belles Away
May 29 Houston Energy Away
June 5 Louisiana Fuel Away

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