By Sam Goresh, Wicked Local staff. A few weeks after getting their rings for their third Super Bowl win, the players of the Boston Militia were told their owner was ceasing operations. But a determined group of players and alumni would not let a season go by without a women’s football team.
SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Saturday April 18, 2015 — The Boston Renegades kicked off a new era of competition and camaraderie in Boston Women’s Football history with a resounding 57-0 victory in its franchise opener against the Central Maryland Seahawks at Somerville’s Dilboy Stadium.
By Braden Campbell, Boston.com staff. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Just weeks earlier, the Boston Militia — the most successful franchise in the history of the Women’s Football Alliance — had celebrated its league title at the White House. Now, seven-year owner Ernie Boch, Jr., billionaire Boston-area car dealer, announced the reigning champs […]
By Shira Springer, Boston Globe staff. Determined to play on, the disbanded Boston Militia decided to start a new women’s football organization from the ground up with a new name, a new logo, and a new mission. They show how far women will go to stay in the game, to compete.