Lone Star Mustangs

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Lone Star Mustangs
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Founded 2008
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history Lone Star Mustangs (2009-present)
Based in Bedford, Texas
Stadium Pennington Field
Colors black, vegas gold, and white
President Player-owned
Head coach Reginald Harvey
Championships 1 (2010 WFA)
Division titles 1
Mascot Mustangs

The Lone Star Mustangs are a team of the Women's Football Alliance. Based in Bedford Texas (part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex), the Mustangs play their home games at Pennington Field (the campus was formerly M.B. Smiley High School).

History[edit]

The Lone Star Mustangs played their first full season of women's full contact football in 2009 and ended the season at 6-2 after playing the H-Town Texas Cyclones and the Austin Outlaws and missed the playoffs by merely 1 point. In 2010, the second full season of play for the Mustangs, they won the Women's Football Alliance National Championship.

In 2009, the Mustangs were proud to have first team Women's Football Alliance All-Americans Ebony Jones at defensive end and Alex Harvey at defensive tackle. The Mustangs also had 3 honorable mention Women's Football Alliance All-Americans: Jennifer Hull- QB, Brittany Satterwhite - RB/WR, and Daniela Ottaiano - S. The Mustangs ended their first season with a roster of 52 players who put in an outstanding effort. The players ranged from 19–45 years of age and came from all types of different backgrounds.

The Mustangs team was originally owned and operated by Dallas - Fort Worth businesswoman LynMarie Liberty - Ellington. In 2010, she was named the WFA Owner of the Year. At the end of the 2011 season, LynMarie chose to allow the players and coaches to run the team, which will officially be player-owned in 2012.

Coaching staff[edit]

2012 Coaching Staff[edit]

  • Twyla Smith - Defensive Coordinator
  • Lacy Downs - Offensive Coordinator

2011 Coaching Staff[edit]

  • Mike "Duke" Ellington - Head Coach
  • Amanda Lemon - Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers Coach
  • Reginald Harvey - Offensive Coordinator & Backs/QB Coach"
  • Twyla Smith - Defensive Line Coach
  • Lacy Downs - Offensive Line Coach
  • Brandice Mueller - Wide Receivers Coach
  • Brontavius Davis - Defensive Backs Coach
  • Terrance Brown - Special Teams Coach
  • Eric Luna - Offensive Line Assistant Coach

2010 Coaching Staff[edit]

  • Mike "Duke" Ellington - Head Coach & Offensive Line Coach
  • Amanda Lemon - Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers/DBs Coach
  • Scott Tribble - Offensive Coordinator & Backs/Receivers Coach
  • Twyla Smith - Defensive Line Coach
  • Andrea Bologna - Team Doctor

League Recognition[edit]

  • Odessa Jenkins - 2010 WFA League MVP - 2010 WFA Championship Game MVP - 2010 1st Team All-American (RB)
  • Alex Harvey - 2010 WFA American Conference Defensive MVP - 2010 1st Team All-American DT - 2009 1st Team All-American DT
  • Brittany Bushman - 2010 1st Team All-American (QB)
  • Stephanie "Freight Train" Wakefield - 2010 1st Team All-American (FB)
  • Melissa Beach - 2010 1st Team All-American (WR)
  • Yo Grant - 2010 1st Team All-American (TE)
  • Tamra Kelley - 2010 1st Team All-American (C)
  • Lorrie Newman - 2010 1st Team All-American (DE)
  • Jennifer Hull - 2010 1st Team All-American (LB) - 2009 Honorable Mention All-American (QB)
  • Etta Maytubby - 2010 2nd Team All-American (TE)
  • Brittany Satterwhite - 2009 Honorable Mention All-American (RB)
  • Daniela Ottaiano - 2009 Honorable Mention All-American (S)
  • Ebony Jones - 2009 1st Team All-American (DE)winner of the VH1 reality show I Want to Work for Diddy 2
  • Lyn Ellington - 2010 WFA Owner of the Year

2010 Championship Team Roster[edit]

Number Name Position
3 Odessa Jenkins RB/CB
4 Jennifer Hull OLB/QB
5 Brittany Satterwhite RB
6 Carmon Parkman WR
7 Terri Smith WR
8 Brittany Bushman QB
16 Casey Ray-Tribble S
21 Rosa Gil LB
22 Jay Jay Jones DB
23 Whitney Washington WR
24 Shan Woods S
27 Tia Nunsant S/OLB
28 Stuff Spencer DB
31 Joy "Hybrid" Newkirk Hybrid
32 Venessa Martinez LB
33 Stephanie "Freight Train" Wakefield FB
37 Etta Maytubby TE
43 Melissa "CSI" Simmons LB
46 Schannia Borchardt Spec Teams
50 Lorrie Newman DE
51 Yolanda "Yo" Grant TE
54 Tamra "T" Kelley C
55 Eboni "Vinnie" Vincentti LB
59 Lacy "Bulldog" Downs MLB
60 Marybeth "MB" Bauer G
64 Kelanna "TaTa" Spiller G
69 Jona "Boney" Boney DT
70 Mary "Sister" Saville G
72 Yvette "Psycho" Abrego T/DT
73 Stephanie "Joos" Martin T
74 Jamie "Red" Bearden T
75 Jennifer "Zo" Alonso T
82 Daniela Ottaiano S/DB/LB/K/P
86 Melissa Beach WR
90 Alex Harvey DT
92 KB Bowman DE/DT
93 Shion Ward DT
94 Maddie Williams DE
99 Deondra Selph DE/DT

Season-By-Season[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2009 6 2 0 2nd American Southwest --
2010 8 0 0 1st American Southwest Won American Conference Quarterfinal (Pacific)
Won American Conference Semifinal (Iowa)
Won American Conference Championship (Las Vegas)
Won WFA National Championship (Columbus)
2011 5 3 0 2nd American South Central --
2012 6 2 0 2nd WFA American 12 Won American Conference Wild Card (Arkansas)
Lost American Conference Quarterfinal (Dallas)
Totals 30 8 0 -- (including playoffs)

2009[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 East Texas Saberkats Away Won 6-0**
April 25 Austin Outlaws Home Lost 13-14
May 2 H-Town Texas Cyclones Home Won 20-12
May 9 Austin Outlaws Away Lost 14-28
May 16 H-Town Texas Cyclones Away Won 14-12
May 30 Austin Outlaws Home Won 28-14
June 13 East Texas Saberkats Home Won 6-0**
June 20 H-Town Texas Cyclones Away Won 31-0

2010[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Oklahoma City Lightning Home Won 62-0
April 17 Houston Power Away Won 32-13
May 1 Houston Power Home Won 32-0
May 8 Austin Outlaws Away Won 38-16
May 15 Memphis Soul Home Won 55-0
May 22 Oklahoma City Lightning Away Won 1-0**
June 5 New Orleans Blaze Away Won 51-0
June 12 Austin Outlaws Home Won 38-7
June 19 Monterrey Royal Eagles Home Won 1-0**
June 26 Pacific Warriors (American Conference Quarterfinal) Home Won 38-14
July 10 Iowa Thunder (American Conference Semifinal) Away Won 30-20
July 17 Las Vegas Showgirlz (American Conference Championship) Away Won 8-6
July 31 Columbus Comets (WFA National Championship) Away Won 16-12

** = Won by forfeit

2011[edit]

Standings[edit]

2011 South Central Division
W L T PCT PF PA DIV GB STK
y-Dallas Diamonds 8 0 0 1.000 279 53 4-0 --- W8
Lone Star Mustangs 5 3 0 0.625 161 60 2-2 3.0 L1
Austin Outlaws 3 5 0 0.375 156 160 0-4 5.0 L1

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 2 Austin Outlaws Away Won 16-0
April 16 Austin Outlaws Home Won 33-3
April 30 Dallas Diamonds Home Lost 6-16
May 7 Tulsa Eagles Away Won 40-0
May 14 Houston Power Home Won 14-6
May 21 Dallas Diamonds Away Lost 12-23
June 4 Little Rock Wildcats Home Won 40-0
June 11 Houston Power Away Lost 0-12

2012[edit]

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 North Texas Knockouts (WSFL) Away W
April 21 Dallas Diamonds Away L
April 28 Austin Outlaws Home W
May 12 Houston Power Home W
May 19 Austin Outlaws Away W
May 26 Dallas Diamonds Home L
June 2 Houston Power Away W
June 16 Tulsa Threat Home W

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