Gameday Recap

View All Gameday Recap Archives
2016 Gameday Recaps
[6/25/2016]
Force vs. 2nd Rd: Boston Renegades
Result: 13-17 L  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[6/4/2016]
Force vs. Pittsburgh Passion
Result: 48-33 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[5/21/2016]
Force vs. Boston Renegades
Result: 58-14 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[5/14/2016]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 68-6 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[5/7/2016]
Force vs. D.C. Divas
Result: 34-41 L  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[4/30/2016]
Force vs. Columbus Comets
Result: 68-0 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[4/23/2016]
Force vs. St. Louis Slam
Result: 46-6 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[4/9/2016]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 52-0 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

[4/2/2016]
Force vs. West Michigan Mayhem
Result: 58-6 W  
Gameday Recap
View Stat Summary

vs.
CHICAGO FORCE vs. Indy Crash
[5/9/2015]

Result: 62-7 W

View Photo Album

Force Pummel Indy to Win Division Title


Photo Credit: Preston Tewell



CHICAGO, IL The weather was cold and gray but the Chicago Force didn’t seem to mind as they took the Indy Crash by storm in a 62-7 beat down at Lane Stadium. The win propelled Chicago to a 4-0 record and another division title – the fifth in a row for the franchise.

The Force offense was led by quarterback Rachel Gore who was named the Offensive Game Day MVP, as she had a hand in all six of the offensive touchdowns. Gore threw for 4 touchdowns – two to Jamie Fornal and one each to Jill Airaki and Jeanette Gray - and rushed for 2 touchdowns as well. Gore amassed 288 passing yards on 16 completions in 22 attempts.

The other two Force touchdowns were provided by the swarming defense with Fornal and Melissa Nelson each returning an interception for a score. Fornal was named the Defensive Game Day MVP for her 6 tackles and pick six. This Chicago defense is developing a reputation for physical play and an aggressive attitude. They yielded just 57 yards from scrimmage and only one pass completion while delivering multiple thunderous hits.

Defensive Coordinator Mario Coleman was disappointed about a missed coverage that resulted in the only Indy score, but kept it in perspective. “These are the first points we’ve given up this season, so one touchdown in 4 games is pretty good. We’re getting consistent contributions from veterans Angel Smith, Kim Marks, Elisha Okrey, Nelson, Fornal, Amber Kimbrough, and Kelsey Casey, as well as first year players Sarah Rogers and Kylie Scurto. I like the identity that we are forging and I want us to continue to develop into a cohesive, hungry and relentless group.”

The most challenging part of the regular season schedule lies just ahead as the Force face the KC Titans on 5/16 before taking on the defending national champion Boston Renegades on 5/30. Both games are intense rivalries and present the greatest challenges thus far in 2015.

Saturday’s game vs the KC Titans is a cross-conference game between two perennial playoff teams and will have significant impact on playoff seeding. Kickoff is 5pm on May 16th at Lane Stadium.

For tickets and more information please visit chicagoforcefootball.com or call the Force ticket line at 312-371-7813.


Photo Credit: Preston Tewell

© 2016 - Chicago Force Football - All rights reserved.
1722 W. Jarvis Chicago, IL 60626
Another web design by: MetlerMedia