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Three Rivers Xplosion

Three Rivers Xplosion
Founded 2011
League Women's Spring Football League (2012-present)
Team history Three Rivers Xplosion (2011-present)
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Arena Quarry Field
Colors Red, black and white
Head coach Doc Creeley, Mike Dusch
Championships 0
Division titles 1

The Three Rivers Xplosion is a women's football team based in South Side, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh. They are members of the Women's Spring Football League and is the only player-owned women's tackle football team. They originally played in 2011 as an independent team, then joined the WSFL for the 2012 season, where they finished 3-5 and won the Northeast 8-man Division title.

2012 schedule

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Mass Chaos Home 36-12 W
April 21 Cape Fear Thunder Away 30-0 L
April 28 Cape Fear Thunder Home 36-6 L
June 2 West Virginia Wildfire Away 50-6 L
June 23 Mass Chaos Away 1-0 W*
July 7 West Virginia Wildfire Home 40-0 L
July 21 Mass Chaos Home 1-0 W*
July 28 West Virginia Wildfire 46-0 L

*= Win by forfeit

Season by season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Three Rivers Xplosion (WSFL)
2011 0 8 0 Last Independent Division
2012 3 5 0 1st Northeast 8-man division
2013 0 6 0 Last 8-man division
Totals 3 19 0

External links

  • Three Rivers Xplosion Official Website

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