Although recognized as the 2017 WFA Defensive Player of the Year, it may be Bonds’ versatility that makes her so valuable to the Renegades. She not only plays cornerback and safety, but also wide receiver, running back, and kick returner. While Allison Cahill was sidelined with a shoulder injury in 2016, Bonds stepped into the quarterback position and helped lead the team to the conference finals. Prior to her football career, she was an outstanding basketball player at Brockton (Mass.) High School. Bonds later helped Bentley University Women’s Basketball to the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2003 and was named Northeast 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Resides: West Roxbury, MA
Original hometown: Brockton, MA
Current occupation: Education: Admissions
Boston Renegades, 2015– , DB/WR/RB
Boston Militia, 2011-2012, DB/WR
New York Sharks, 2009-2010, LB/WR