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California Quake

California Quake
Founded 2001
League Independent Women's Football League
Team history WAFL (2001)
WAFC (2002)
IWFL (2003-present)
Based in Carson/Long Beach/Los Angeles/Lynwood, California
Stadium Football Stadium
Colors black, yellow, white
Owner(s) Catherine B. Vivo
Head coach Timothy Holmes Sr - Head Coach
Championships 1 (WAFL: 2001)
Division titles 2 (WAFL: 2001)
(IWFL: 2008)
(IWFL: Conference 2011)
(IWFL: 2013)
Dancers Quakettes/Seeking for dance group

The California Quake is a women's Professional tackle football team based in Los Angeles County, California. The Quake currently play in the Western Conference, Tier 1 Pacific Southwest Division of the Independent Women's Football League. Home games are played at Carson High School's. The 2008 season brought new ownership to the Quake; now owned by longtime veteran player, Catherine B. Vivo.

During the California Quake vs New Mexico Menace game on May 24, 2008, kicker Sarah "Ollie" Oliver broke a women's tackle football record by successfully kicking a 44-yard field goal.

On June 7, 2008 the California Quake defeated the New Mexico Menace 35-0, finishing the 2008 regular season undefeated and on top of the Tier 1 Pacific Southwest Division.

2008 Pacific Southwest Division Champions 2011 Western Conference Champions 2013 Pacific Division Champions

Coaching staff

Head Coach: Timothy Holmes Sr
Armando Magdeleno
Leo Briones


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
California Quake (WAFL)
2001 10 2 0 1st South Pacific Won Pacific Conference Semifinal (Sacramento)
Won Pacific Conference Championship (Arizona)
Won WAFL Championship (Jacksonville)
California Quake (WAFC)
2002 3 5 0 -- --
California Quake (IWFL)
2003 3 5 0 3rd West Pacific Southwest --
2004 0 8 0 3rd West Southwest --
2005 6 3 1 3rd West Pacific Southwest --
2006 4 4 0 3rd West Pacific Southwest --
2007 3 5 0 3rd West Pacific Southwest --
2008 8 0 0 1st Tier I West Pacific Southwest Lost Western Conference Semifinal (Dallas)
2009 4 4 0 3rd Tier I West Pacific Southwest --
2010 6 2 0 4th Tier I West Pacific West --
2011 8 0 0 1st Tier I West Pacific West Won Western Conference Semifinal (Sacramento)
Won Western Conference Championship (Wisconsin)
Lost IWFL Championship (Atlanta)
2012 3 5 0 1st Tier I West Pacific West Lost Founders Bowl Quarterfinal (Portland)
Totals 63 46 0 (including playoffs)

Season Schedules


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 11 Los Angeles Amazons Home Lost 2-32
April 18 Sacramento Sirens Away Lost 0-46
April 25 New Mexico Menace Away Won 61-0
May 2 Los Angeles Amazons Away Lost 21-36
May 9 Sacramento Sirens Home Lost 14-24
May 23 Modesto Maniax Home Won 58-24
May 30 Modesto Maniax Away Won 42-14
June 6 Southern California Breakers Away Won 26-20


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 3 Seattle Majestics Home Won 50-14
April 10 Tucson Monsoon Away Won 60-20
April 17 Los Angeles Amazons Home Lost 36-48
April 24 So Cal Scorpions Home Won 42-40
May 1 Tucson Monsoon Away Won 40-8
May 8 Modesto Maniax Home Won 62-0
May 22 Southern California Breakers Away Won 34-14
June 5 Portland Shockwave Away Lost 6-7


  • Official Quake page
  • IWFL Home Page
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