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Louisiana Swashbucklers

Louisiana Swashbucklers
Founded 2005
League NIFL (2005)
Intense (2006–2008)
SIFL (2009–2011)
PIFL (2012–2013)
Team history Southwest Louisiana Swashbucklers (2005)
Louisiana Swashbucklers (2005–2013)
Based in Lake Charles, Louisiana
Arena Sudduth Coliseum
Colors Black, Purple, Silver
              
Head coach Darnell Lee
Championships 3 (Intense 2007, 2008; SIFL 2009)
Division titles 2 (NIFL Pacific South 2005, SIFL Western Gulf 2011)
Dancers FirstMates
Website www.labucs.com

The Louisiana Swashbucklers were a professional indoor football team formed in 2005 as an expansion member of the National Indoor Football League (NIFL) as the Southwest Louisiana Swashbucklers. In 2006, they moved to the Intense Football League (IFL) and shortened their name to Louisiana Swashbucklers. They were originally set to play in the Indoor Football League due to the IFL's merger with United Indoor Football, but later had to bow out over financial concerns. For their next three seasons, they were a member of the new Southern Indoor Football League. Later a member of the Professional Indoor Football League, they played their home games at Sudduth Coliseum in Lake Charles, Louisiana. On May 24, 2013, the team announced that they would be ceasing operations due to low ticket sales and cancelled the team's final home game.

Contents

  • Notable players 1
    • Final roster 1.1
    • All-league players 1.2
    • Season-by-season results 1.3
  • External links 2

Notable players

Final roster

All-league players

  • FB Kendrick Perry (2)
  • WR Jordan Rideaux (2)
  • OL Roman Pritt
  • DL John Paul Jones
  • DB Damian Huren (2)

Season-by-season results

Note: The Finish, Wins, Losses, and Ties columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play.

League Champions Conference Champions Division Champions Wild Card Berth League Leader
Season Team League Conference Division Regular season Postseason Results
Finish Wins Losses Ties
2005 2005 NIFL Pacific Southern 1st 10 4 0 Lost Round 1 (Corpus Christi) 29-31
2006 2006 Intense 3rd 8 6 0 Lost Semifinals (Odessa) 50-53
2007 2007 Intense 1st 13 1 0 Won Semifinals (Odessa) 43-40
Won Intense Bowl III (Corpus Christi) 46-27
2008 2008 Intense 1st 14 0 0 Won Semifinals (Odessa) 59-57
Won Intense Bowl IV (Corpus Christi) 66-35
2009 2009 SIFL 1st 10 1 0 Won Semifinal (Houma) 51-40
Won President's Cup I (Austin) 59-38
2010 2010 SIFL 4th 5 6 0 Won Semifinal (Albany) 41-35
Lost President's Cup II (Columbus) 13-68
2011 2011 SIFL Western Gulf 1st 8 4 0 Won Round 1 (Corpus Christi) 59-20
Won Western Conference Championship (Houston) 56-41
Lost Presidents Cup III (Albany) 48-69
2012 2012 PIFL 4th 6 6 Lost Semifinals (Richmond) 50-56
2013 2013 PIFL 5th 5 6
Totals 79 34 0 All-time regular season record (2006–2013)
9 5 - All-time postseason record (2006–2013)
88 39 0 All-time regular season and postseason record (2006–2013)

External links

  • Louisiana Swashbucklers website
  • Southwest Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2005 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2006 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2007 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2008 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2009 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2010 Stats
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers' 2011 Stats
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