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Wisconsin Wolves

Wisconsin Wolves
Founded 2006
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history Wisconsin Wolves (WPFL) (2006-2007)
Wisconsin Wolves (IWFL) (2008-2010)
Wisconsin Wolves (WFA) (2010-present)
Based in Wausau, Wisconsin
Stadium Stiehm Stadium
Colors Black, silver, red
Owner(s) Mark and Mary Dearth
Head coach Mark Dearth
Championships 0
Mascot Wolfy

The Wisconsin Wolves are a Women's Football Alliance (WFA) team based in Wausau, Wisconsin. The team was founded in 2006 and play their home games at Lussier Stadium on the campus of Madison LaFollette High School. The Wolves were the third Wisconsin WPFL franchise founded in the state (following the Wisconsin Riveters and the Kenosha Northern Ice) but have transferred to the IWFL. In 2010, The Wisconsin Wolves announced they were moving the team to Wausau, Wisconsin, as well as IWFL. They joined the Women's Football Alliance (WFA) shortly after. They will begin playing in 2011.

The Wolves completed their inaugural (2006) regular season with a record of (5-3). Their 2007 season ended in the same way, 5-3 in the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs. The Wolves have played in the National Conference Championship in their first two seasons of existence.

Contents

  • Season-By-Season 1
  • 2011 2
    • Standings 2.1
    • Season schedule 2.2
  • 2012 3
    • Season schedule 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Season-By-Season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Wisconsin Wolves (WPFL)
2006 5 2 0 2nd National Central Won National Conference Qualifier (Indiana)
Lost National Conference Championship (Houston)
2007 5 3 0 2nd National Central Won National Conference Qualifier (Indiana)
Lost National Conference Championship (Houston)
Wisconsin Wolves (IWFL)
2008 4 4 0 3rd Tier I East Midwest --
2009 X-Team - Results Unknown/Not Counted
2010 4 4 0 3rd Tier II West Midwest --
Wisconsin Wolves (WFA)
2011 4 4 0 2nd American Upper Midwest
2012* 2 2 0 2nd WFA American 10 --
Totals 24 19 0 (including playoffs)

* = Current Standing

2011

Standings

2011 Upper Midwest Division
W L T PCT PF PA DIV GB STK
y-Minnesota Machine 5 3 0 0.625 150 117 4-0 --- W2
Wisconsin Wolves 4 4 0 0.500 144 207 2-2 1.0 L1
Wisconsin Dragons 0 8 0 0.000 27 271 0-4 5.0 L8

Season schedule

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 2 Wisconsin Dragons Away Won 20-12
April 16 Chicago Force Home Lost 0-58
April 30 Minnesota Machine Home Lost 6-27
May 7 Kansas City Spartans Away Won 20-8
May 21 Kansas City Tribe Away Lost 0-57
June 4 Nebraska Stampede Home Won 24-12
June 11 Wisconsin Dragons Home Won 66-0
June 18 Minnesota Machine Away Lost 8-33

2012

Season schedule

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Kansas City Spartans Home
April 21 Minnesota Machine Away
April 28 Wisconsin Dragons Away
May 5 Nebraska Stampede Home
May 12 Minnesota Machine Home
May 19 Wisconsin Dragons Home
June 2 Wisconsin Dragons Away
June 16 Nebraska Stampede Away

References

External links

  • Wisconsin Wolves Official Website
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