No Coast Derby Girls
|Metro area||Lincoln, Nebraska|
|Teams||Mad Maxines (A team)
Road Warriors (B team)
Ice Box (arena) (2015-Present)Pershing Center (1995-2015)
The league was founded after a Lincoln-based band toured to Austin, Texas, and got to know a roller derby league there. This inspired Jackie Geist and her friends, back in Lincoln, to set up No Coast, in the home of the National Museum of Roller Skating.
The league played its first public bout in March 2006, attracting a crowd of around 2,000 fans. Although the league initially had several of its own teams, these were later abolished, in order to focus on interleague play. In 2010, they hosted the WFTDA South Central Regional Tournament, entering seeded eighth, but finishing in fifth place.
- Cara Pesek, "Domesticated roller derby just for the grrrrls", Lincoln Journal Star, 27 August 2005
- Krystal Overmeier, "No Coast Derby Girls revive historical sport", Daily Nebraskan, 8 November 2005
- Josh Swartzlander, "Roller Derby expo packs Pershing Center", Lincoln Journal Star, 25 March 2006
- "August 2010 Featured League: No Coast Derby Girls", WFTDA, 1 August 2010
- "Amber Waves of Pain 2010 South Central Region Playoffs", WFTDA
- "Current Rankings", WFTDA
- "Southern Fried Smackdown 2009 South Central Regionals", WFTDA
- "Results", Show Me Der-B-Q