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Calgary Rage

Calgary Rage
Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Home field Shouldice Athletic Park
Head coach Rob Perry
General manager Shelley Perry
League Western Women's Canadian Football League
Colours Red, white, and black
              
Website .com.calgaryragewww

The Calgary Rage are a women's football team in the Western Women's Canadian Football League competing in the Prairie Conference. When the team was first formed, it was known as the Calgary Rockies. The current head coach in Rob Perry and the team manager is Shelley Perry. Games are contested at Shouldice Athletic Park.

Year by year

Season Record Finish Postseason
2011 1-3 Second, Western Conference Lost Conference semi-finals
2012 1-3 Second, Western Conference Lost Conference semi-finals
2013 2-2[1] Third, Western Conference Did not qualify for playoffs

IFAF competitors

The following recognizes women from the Calgary Rage that competed in the IFAF Women's World Football Championships

2010

  • Krista Michelle Wighton
  • Kora-Lea Hooker
  • Erin Walton[2]

2013

  • Susie Childress (reserved roster)
  • Alanna Doyle (Injured, did not play)
  • Annie Tremblay[3]
  • Erin Walton

Community involvement

Currently, many of the players also volunteer as ushers at Calgary Stampeders home games. On September 1, 2013, several members of the Rage roster competed in the Calgary Pride Parade.[4]

References

  1. ^ http://www.wwcfl.com/p/scheduleresults.html
  2. ^ http://www.footballcanada.com/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=6oFU%2bJjRYNI%3d&tabid=139&language=en-CA
  3. ^ http://www.wwc2013.com/the-teams/team-canada/
  4. ^ http://www.calgaryrage.com/archive/rage-has-pride/
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