2014 Wyoming Cavalry season

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2014 Wyoming Cavalry season
Wyoming Cavalry IFL 15th season logo.jpg
OwnerMike and Argeri Layton
Head coachRyan Lingenfelder
General managerMike Layton
Home field Casper Events Center
1 Events Drive
Casper, Wyoming 82601
Results
Record1-13
Division placeIntense
Conference place4th

The 2014 Wyoming Cavalry season is the team's fifteenth season as a professional indoor football franchise and fourth in the current Indoor Football League (IFL). One of nine teams competing in the IFL for the 2014 season, the Wyoming Cavalry are members of the Intense Conference. Led by head coach Ryan Lingenfelder, the team plays their home games at the Casper Events Center in Casper, Wyoming. [1]

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Awards and honors

On March 5, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 2 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry linebacker David Stlouis received an Honorable Mention for defense. [2] On March 12, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 3 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry kick returner Justin Cooper received an Honorable Mention for special teams play. [3] On March 19, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 4 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry wide receiver Samuel Charles received an Honorable Mention for offense. [4]

On April 2, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 6 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry defensive lineman Bryson Kelly was named as the Defensive Player of the Week. [5] On April 9, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 7 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry kick returner Vincent Taylor was named as the Special Teams Player of the Week. Quarterback Sam Durley received an Honorable Mention for offense. Linebacker Bruna Foster and defensive back Jahmil Taylor each received an Honorable Mention for special teams play. [6]

On April 16, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 8 Players of the Week. Wyoming Cavalry defensive back Jahmil Taylor received his second Honorable Mention of the season but his first for defense. [7]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Regular season

All start times are local to home team

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation [8]
ScoreRecord
1 BYE
2FridayFebruary 287:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 26–69 [9] [10] 0–1 Toyota Center [11]
3SaturdayMarch 812:00pmat Colorado Ice L 22–73 [12] [13] 0–2 Budweiser Events Center
4SaturdayMarch 157:05pmat Bemidji Axemen L 49–92 [14] [15] 0–3 Sanford Center [16]
5 BYE
6FridayMarch 287:05pm Texas Revolution W 28–24 [17] [18] 1–3 Casper Events Center [19]
7FridayApril 47:05pm Colorado Ice L 50–51 [20] [21] [22] 1–4 Casper Events Center [23] [24]
8FridayApril 117:05pm Bemidji Axemen L 14–33 [25] [26] [27] 1–5 Casper Events Center [28]
9SaturdayApril 197:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 29–64 [29] [30] [31] 1–6 Sioux Falls Arena [32]
10FridayApril 257:05pmat Nebraska Danger L 20–731–7 Eihusen Arena [33] [34]
11FridayMay 27:05pm Sioux Falls Storm L 51–691–8 Casper Events Center
12FridayMay 97:05pm Nebraska Danger L 47–831–9 Casper Events Center
13SaturdayMay 176:00pmat Colorado Ice L 12–731–10 Budweiser Events Center
14SaturdayMay 247:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 30–941–11 Toyota Center
15FridayMay 307:05pm Colorado Ice L 28–691–12 Casper Events Center
16FridayJune 67:05pm Tri-Cities Fever L 35–641–13 Casper Events Center
17 BYE

Roster

2014 Wyoming Cavalry roster
Quarterbacks
  • 17Sam Durley

Running Backs

  • 24Anthony Carter
  • 29Daryl Valdez

Wide Receivers

  •  3Ricardo Johnson
  •  5Mychal Lemon
  •  7Desmond Marrs
  •  1Rolandis Woodland
Offensive Linemen
  • 62Will Lawrence
  • 57Nathan Perdue
  • 66Walter Stuller

Defensive Linemen

  • 78Eddie Aiono
  • 90Kenny Horsley
  • 92Mackenzie Jacobs
  • 95Joe Laukaitis
  • 23Jahmil Taylor
  • 98Euylan Welch
Linebackers
  • 22David St. Louis

Defensive Backs

  • 32Clarence Laster
  • 21Nick Taylor
  •  8Vincent Taylor]
  • 25Abraham Woodard

Kickers

  •  9Blake Erickson
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Refused to report

  •  6D. A. Allen WR

Rookies in italics
Roster updated May 28, 2014
24 Active, 1 Inactive

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Standings

2014 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPAGBSTK
y - Colorado Ice 1040.7147085030.0L1
x - Nebraska Danger 1040.7146845400.0W1
Tri-Cities Fever 860.5717616712.0W5
Wyoming Cavalry 1130.0714419319.0L10

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