Eight time All Star Adrienne Smith is one of the top wide receivers in all of women’s tackle football history. Smith started her football career in 2006 as a member of the New York Sharks, where she began receiving numerous accolades in the world of women’s football. Adrienne went on to compete internationally, bringing home silver medals in Sweden and Canada as a member of the U.S. women’s national flag football team. In 2010, Adrienne helped the US National Women’s Football Team bring home gold in the International Federation of American Football’s Women’s World Championship – the first competition of its kind in the history of women’s sports. She did so again in 2013. Smith joined the Boston Militia and won two WFA national championships in 2011 and 2014. She won her third WFA title with the Renegades in 2019, a year in which she also joined the Renegades “100 Club”.
Resides: New York, N.Y.
Original hometown: Alexandria, Va.
Current occupation: Media & Sports Entrepreneur
Boston Renegades, 2015–17, 2019-, WR, PR/KR
Boston Militia, 2011-2014, WR/QB/FS/PR/KR
U.S. Women's National Tackle Football Team, 2010 & 2013, WR/holder
New York Sharks, 2006-2010, WR/QB/FS/PR/KR/holder