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Chattanooga Locomotion

Chattanooga Locomotion
Founded 2001
League Independent Women's Football League
Team history NWFA (2001-2008)
IWFL (2009-present)
Based in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Stadium Red Bank High School
Colors Purple, red, silver, white
President Cheryl Jacobs
Head coach Steve Lewis
Championships 0
Division titles 3 (2003, 2004, 2007)

The Chattanooga Locomotion is a team in the Independent Women's Football League based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Home games are played on the campus of Red Bank High School.

From their inception in 2001 until 2008, the Locomotion played in the National Women's Football Association.


  • Season-by-season 1
  • Season schedules 2
    • 2009 2.1
    • 2010 2.2
    • 2011 2.3
  • Players Honored 3
  • Former players 4
  • External links 5


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Chattanooga Locomotion (NWFA)
2001 Results Unknown
2002 4 4 0 3rd Central Division --
2003 8 0 0 1st South Central First-round bye
Lost Southern Conference Semifinal (Oklahoma City)
2004 6 0 0 1st South South First-round bye
Lost Southern Conference Semifinal (Pensacola)
2005 6 2 0 4th South Division Won Southern Conference Qualifier (Dallas)
Lost Southern Conference Semifinal (Pensacola)
2006 5 2 0 2nd South East Won NWFA First Round (Austin)
Lost NWFA Quarterfinal (D.C.)
2007 8 0 0 1st South Central First-round bye
Lost Southern Conference Semifinal (Columbus)
2008 5 2 0 2nd South East --
Chattanooga Locomotion (IWFL)
2009 6 2 0 6th Tier II Lost Tier II Quarterfinal (Wisconsin)
2010 5 3 0 6th Tier II Lost Tier II Quarterfinal (Greensboro, NC)
2011 6 2 0 3rd Tier II Won Tier II Quarterfinal (Frisco, TX)
Lost Tier II Semifinal (New England)
Totals 62 25 0 (including playoffs)

Season schedules


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 11 Tennessee Valley Tigers Home Won 46-0
April 18 Tennessee Valley Tigers Away Won 32-14
April 25 Atlanta Xplosion Away Lost 6-28
May 2 Shreveport Aftershock Home Won 62-0
May 16 Cape Fear Thunder Home Won 60-0
May 23 Carolina Queens Away Lost 12-30
May 30 Clarksville Fox Away Won 28-0
June 13 Louisville Nightmare Home Won 2-0
June 27 Wisconsin Warriors (Tier II Quarterfinal) Away Lost 6-32


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 3 Atlanta Xplosion Home loss
April 10 Clarksville Fox Away loss
April 17 Memphis Belles Away win
April 24 Tennessee Valley Tigers Home win
May 1 Carolina Phoenix Away loss
May 8 Memphis Belles Home win
May 22 Carolina Queens Away win
June 5 Carolina Queens Home win
June 19 Carolina Phoenix (Tier II Quarterfinals) Away loss


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 2 Clarksville Fox Away Win 30-0
April 16 Atlanta Ravens Away Loss 0-34
April 23 Memphis Belles Home Win 56-12
May 7 Clarksville Fox Away Win 42-0
May 21 Memphis Belles Away Win 26-20 (OT)
May 28 Tennessee Valley Tigers Home Win 2-0 (forfeit)
June 4 Atlanta Ravens Home Loss 0-49
June 18 Memphis Belles Home Win 54-0
June 25 North Texas Knockouts (Tier II Quarterfinals) Home Win 24-20
July 16 New England Intensity (Tier II Semifinals) Home Loss 0-20

Players Honored

Schandra "Sunshine" Loveless, Loco #43, played on the inaugural United States national women's football team in 2010. The US team won the gold medal at the IFAF Women's World Championship while not allowing any opponents to score against them.

2011 IWFL All-Stars: Coach - Steve Lewis; Alternates - #5 Amanda Cunningham, #66 Starlisa Horton, #24 Denisha Montgomery, #14 Tiffany Newcomb, #54 Crystal Vaughan

Former players

On September 1, 2006, Kristin Reese, a player for the Chattanooga Locomotion was killed in a motorcycle accident. The loss of one of their own has greatly shaken them, but they have promised to play harder than they have ever played before, in her memory. Before the first game of the 2007 Season, the Locomotion also lost Jeff Ellis, an important member of the team performing many managerial functions.

External links

  • Chattanooga Locomotion official website
  • IWFL official website

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