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[6/25/2016]
Force vs. 2nd Rd: Boston Renegades
Result: 13-17 L  
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[6/4/2016]
Force vs. Pittsburgh Passion
Result: 48-33 W  
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[5/21/2016]
Force vs. Boston Renegades
Result: 58-14 W  
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[5/14/2016]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 68-6 W  
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[5/7/2016]
Force vs. D.C. Divas
Result: 34-41 L  
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[4/30/2016]
Force vs. Columbus Comets
Result: 68-0 W  
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[4/23/2016]
Force vs. St. Louis Slam
Result: 46-6 W  
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[4/9/2016]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 52-0 W  
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[4/2/2016]
Force vs. West Michigan Mayhem
Result: 58-6 W  
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CHICAGO FORCE vs. Indy Crash
[4/9/2016]

Result: 52-0 W

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Force Crush Indy 52-0



INDIANAPOLIS IN: The Force defense orchestrated a 52-0 thrashing of the Indy Crash, holding their opponent to just 15 yards of total offense and posting their first shut out of the season. The victory propelled the Force (2-0) into first place in their division in the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA).

Angel Smith was unstoppable as she led the defense with 11 tackles (six for a loss), 2 sacks and a blocked punt. Jamie Menzyk, Kelsey Casey, Mary Choules and Kim Marks also spent considerable time wreaking havoc in the Indy backfield. Rookie Ericka Johnson held on for the first interception of the season in the 3rd quarter, despite losing her shoe on the play.

The Chicago offense looked sluggish at times while accumulating 374 total yards. Quarterback Rasan Gore led the rushing attack with 91 yards and 3 TDs, Tamika Robinson had 64 yards and one TD, and Emma Vanderheyden added 77 yards. Jamie Fornal had 2 receiving touchdowns on 10 catches for 117 yards.

Jill Airaki played offense, defense and special teams and scored in the third quarter when she returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown.

Head Coach John Konecki, though happy to get the win, was frustrated at the missed opportunities, particularly on special teams where returners fumbled away three punts. “Personnel changes will be made which then creates opportunities for other players. We have a bye week so those in attendance will be cross-trained for additional responsibilities. We must improve.”

The Force remain on the road for the next game against the St. Louis Slam (1-1) on Saturday April 23th.

The Force home opener is April 30th at Lane Tech Stadium in Chicago, kickoff is at 5pm. For tickets and more information please visit chicagoforcefootball.com or call the Force ticket line at 312-371-7813.


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