Boston Militia Staff, August 25, 2011
Chairman and CEO of the Boston Militia Women's Football Team, Ernie Boch, Jr., visited the Somerville Mayor's office with members of the Militia's team and staff to receive a Council of Aldermen's Citation for winning the Women's Football Alliance championship.
by Tom Ulrich, VectorBlog.org, August 19, 2011
Children's hospital decided to do an article on Beth Kaleta/the Boston Militia after we have won the national championship! Beth works as a lab manager and research technician in George Daley’s laboratory at Children's Hospital Boston, but after work, she heads to Dilboy Stadium in Somerville, dons pads and a helmet, and takes her place on the Boston Militia's offensive line. Read more about Beth Kaleta tackling more than stem cells.
By Teddy Applebaum, wickedlocal.com Aug 11, 2011
Brookline — Emily Weinberg’s parents weren’t exactly thrilled when the Brookline resident told them she was considering skipping her brother’s wedding to play in a women's football team’s conference title game. Read about balancing life as a women's football player.
By Matt Williams, Salem News 8/4/11
This may come as a shock, but the most decorated cornerback playing football in New England today — well, she doesn't play for the Patriots. Read about the Women's Football Cornerback, Briannah Gallo.
It's official, the Boston Militia is the 2011 Women’s Football Alliance National Champion. After battling it out for 60 minutes with the American Conference Champion, the San Diego Surge, and dealing with the Texas heat, the final score on the Pennington Field scoreboard read Boston 34 San Diego 19. Read about the Women’s Football Alliance Championship Game.
Women's Football Alliance President, Mr. Jeff King, announced the WFA All American teams for the American and National Conferences for 2011. The WFA consists of 60 teams and over 2000 players competing for spots. The Boston Militia has placed 6 players on the first team All American squad of the National Conference and two players on the Second Team.
Read more about the Women's Football Alliance All American Teams.
On July 30 at 8 p.m. the Boston Militia (10-1) will face the San Diego Surge (11-0) for the Woman's Football Alliance championship. The game is taking place at Pennington Field in Bedford, Texas and will be streamed on SportsCastLive. Read about the Boston Militia and the San Diego Surge.
Danielle Resha was on a quest to find another sport to play after her four-year soccer career ended at Wakefield High this past year. She did something that no other female has done in one of the oldest semi-pro men’s football leagues in the country.
By Tom Layman, Boston Herald, July 22, 2011
The Boston Militia women's football team will look to cement itself as one of the most dominant teams in the world of women's professional football when it takes on the San Diego Surge in the 2011 Women’s Football Alliance Championship game on July 30 (7 p.m.) at Pennington Field in Dallas.
Read more about the Boston Militia's goal of a second straight title.
By Ilan Mochari, Somerville Scout, July 12 2011
The Boston Militia moved into the semifinals of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) playoffs.
The Boston Militia took on the Chicago Force in the second round of the Women's Football Alliance playoffs.
by, Ilan Mochari, Sommerville Scout, June 29, 2011
On Saturday, July 9 at 7:30 p.m., the Boston Militia play a quarterfinal playoff game in Evanston, Ill., against the undefeated Chicago Force.
Chris Talanian of styleboston spent a few days with the Boston Militia for the May 23, 2011 segment of Detour.
by Ilan Mochari, Sommerville Scout, May 18, 2011
The Boston Militia are now 4-1 after their 42-0 shutout of the Northeastern Nitro in Danbury, CT., on May 14.
On this segment of the Weekly News IQ Quiz, Jim Braude is joined by Emily Weinberg, tight end of the Boston Militia women's football team, and Scott Kearnan, staff writer for Stuff Magazine.
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