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New Jersey Titans


New Jersey Titans

New Jersey Titans
Founded 2007
League WPFL (2007)
NWFA (2008)
WFA (2009-2010)
WSFL (2012-Present)
Team history New Jersey Titans (2007-Present)
Stadium Belleville Municipal Stadium
Based in Belleville, New Jersey
Colors Blue, Silver, Red
Owner(s) Simone Edwards
Head coach Andy Davis
Championships 1
Division titles

(2012 11's WSFL Northeast Division Champions)

(2012 11's WSFL American Conference Champions)

The New Jersey Titans are a team of the Women's Spring Football League 11-woman division. Originally based in Wayne, New Jersey, the Titans played their home games on the campus of Passaic County Technical Institute through their 2010 season. Upon their return for the 2012 season, the Titans relocated their home games to Belleville Municipal Stadium in Belleville, New Jersey.

Before joining the WSFL, the Titans played a season each in the Women's Professional Football League and the National Women's Football Association (both of which have since gone moribund), as well as two seasons in the Women's Football Alliance before taking the 2011 season off.

The team was featured on an episode of Style Network's reality show, Glam Fairy on January 8, 2012, called "Ghosts & Glamazons".


Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
New Jersey Titans (WPFL)
2007 4 2 0 2nd American East --
New Jersey Titans (NWFA)
2008 3 5 0 2nd North East --
New Jersey Titans (WFA)
2009 5 3 0 2nd National Northeast --
2010 2 6 0 3rd National East --
New Jersey Titans (WSFL)
2012 8 1 0 1st Northeast Won Northeast Division Championship
Won American Conference Championship
National Championship
Totals 22 17 0


New Jersey Titans Roster
  • 52 Aja Henderson
  • 61 Tarah Alexis
  • 26 Stefanie Allen
  •  8 Kesha Champion
  • 10 Danielle Green
  • 41 Cynthia Hazel
  • 79 Telesha Huskey
  • 82 Kari McDonnell
  •  7 Anabel Rodriguez
  • 13 Amy Leach
  • 24 Caniece Montague
  • 15 Erika Velez
  • 12 Robyn Burton
  • 20 Tye Wilson
  • 23 Yachira Contes
  • 87 Christie Pedone
  • 94 Kelle Trabucco
  • 91 Jennifer Webb
  • 31 Ashley Shorts
  • 44 Maria Javier
  • 58 Ciera Darby
  • 88 Kie McCrae

Season Schedules & Scores


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Binghamton Tiger Cats Home Won 21-0
April 25 Connecticut Cyclones Away Won 6-0**
May 9 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Home Lost 12-14
May 16 Binghamton Tiger Cats Away Won 26-6
May 30 Connecticut Cyclones Home Won 6-0**
June 6 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Away Lost 0-59
June 13 Keystone Assault Home Lost 6-28
June 20 Baltimore Burn Away Won 6-0**


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Keystone Assault Home Lost 16-30
April 17 Baltimore Burn Home Lost 36-62
May 1 Southern Tier Spitfire Away Won 47-2
May 8 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Away Lost 12-25
May 15 New England Nightmare Home Won 47-6
June 5 Keystone Assault Away Lost 8-28
June 12 Baltimore Burn Away Lost 0-16
June 19 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Home Lost 0-42


Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Baltimore Burn Away Lost 18-20
May 19 Binghamton Tiger Cats Away Won 59-0
June 2 Mass Chaos Won **
June 9 Binghamton Tiger Cats Home Won 46-8
June 30 Mass Chaos Won **
July 7 Baltimore Burn Home Won 37-8
July 21 Baltimore Burn (Northeast Division Championship) Home Won 31-6
July 28 Huntsville Tigers (American Conference Championship) Home Won 25-7
August 11 Dallas/FW Extreme (National Championship) Away Won 67-6

** = Game won by forfeit

External links

  • New Jersey Titans Official Website

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