Toledo Reign

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Thee Toledo Reign
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history WPFL 2003-2007
WFA 2009-Present
Based in Toledo, Ohio
Stadium Waite High School (Toledo, Ohio) / Fremont Ross High School
ColorsPurple, Silver, Black, Forest Green
PresidentBeth Razzoog
Head coachMitchi Collette
Division titles2 (2012, 2014)

Thee Toledo Reign (known commonly as Toledo Reign) is a women's full-contact tackle football team in the Women's Football Alliance. Based in Toledo, Ohio they play in the spring and early summer, usually between April and July. The Reign has played home games at various stadiums in the northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan regions including Bedford Public Schools (Michigan) and Central Catholic High School (Toledo, Ohio). In the 2014 season the Reign played home games at both Waite High School (Toledo, Ohio) and Fremont Ross High School. The Reign originally played in the Women's Professional Football League.



Season records
SeasonWLTFinishPlayoff results
Toledo Reign (WPFL)
2004370T-3rd National North--
2005640T-3rd National--
20064402nd National North--
20073502nd National North--
2008Did Not Play
Toledo Reign (WFA)
20091704th National Central--
20101704th National North Central--
20114402nd National North Central 2--
20123501st National Division 5Lost WFA First Round (Indy Crash)
20131704th National Division 3--
20146201st National NE Region-NortheastLost WFA First Round (Columbus Comets)

* = current standing


Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 25 West Michigan Mayhem Home Lost 0-47
May 2 Indiana Speed HomeLost 0-60
May 9West Michigan MayhemAwayLost 0-57
May 17 Fort Wayne Flash HomeLost 0-47
May 30 Dayton Diamonds Home Won 20-8
June 13Fort Wayne FlashAwayLost 0-38
June 20Indiana SpeedAwayLost 0-58
June 27Dayton DiamondsAwayLost 0-6


Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 10 Cleveland Fusion HomeLost 7-18
April 17 West Michigan Mayhem AwayLost 0-71
April 24 Detroit Dark Angels HomeLost 6-7
May 8 Dayton Diamonds AwayWon 7-0
May 15Cleveland FusionAwayLost 0-62
May 22West Michigan MayhemHomeLost 0-64
June 12Detroit Dark AngelsAwayLost 0-20
June 19 Columbus Comets HomeLost 0-65



2011 North Central 2 Division
y-Detroit Dark Angels 6200.750242823-1---W4
Toledo Reign 4400.5002091613-12.0L3
Dayton Diamonds 0800.000244620-45.5L8

Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 2 Dayton Diamonds AwayWon 61-0
April 9 Kentucky Karma HomeWon 23-0
April 16 West Michigan Mayhem AwayLost 12-54
April 30 Detroit Dark Angels HomeWon 19-6
May 7Dayton DiamondsHomeWon 63-0
May 14 Indy Crash HomeLost 0-34
June 4Detroit Dark AngelsAwayLost 6-33
June 18 Cincinnati Sizzle AwayLost 25-34



2012 Division 5
Toledo Reign-y3500.3751362373-1---L1
Derby City Dynamite 4400.5001281003-1---W1
Cincinnati Sizzle 0800.000663330-43L8

Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 14 Cincinnati Sizzle HomeWon 68-14
April 21 Detroit Dark Angels HomeLost 35-0
April 28 West Michigan Mayhem AwayLost 41-13
May 12 Pittsburgh Passion AwayLost 71-14
May 19 Derby City Dynamite AwayLost 20-18
June 2Cincinnati SizzleAwayWon 14-6
June 9Derby City DynamiteHomeWon 32-22
June 16 Indy Crash HomeLost 28-7
June 23 Indy Crash AwayLost 52-35



2013 Division 3
Cleveland Fusion-y8001.000322186-0---W8
Cincinnati Sizzle 4400.5001862643-33W1
Derby City Dynamite 3500.3751362382-44W3
Toledo Reign 1700.125652781-55L3

Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 6 Cincinnati Sizzle AwayLost 36-14
April 13 Pittsburgh Passion HomeLost 42-0
April 20 Cleveland Fusion HomeLost 36-6
May 4 Columbus Comets AwayLost 56-7
May 11 Derby City Dynamite HomeWon 28-26
May 18Cleveland FusionAwayLost 50-0
June 1Derby City DynamiteAwayLost 14-0
June 8Cincinnati SizzleHomeLost 20-12



2014 Mideast Division
Toledo Reign-y6200.7501351062-0---W2
Derby City Dynamite 4500.4442421861-11W3
Cincinnati Sizzle 0800.00064310-22L8

Season schedule

DateOpponent Home/Away Result
April 5 Derby City Dynamite AwayWon 26-6
April 19 Central Maryland Seahawks AwayWon 1-0 (Forfeit)
April 26 Cincinnati Sizzle HomeWon 33-0
May 3 Pittsburgh Force HomeWon 35-6
May 10 Columbus Comets AwayLost 48-0
May 17 Cleveland Fusion HomeLost 46-0
May 31Pittsburgh ForceAwayWon 37-0
June 7Central Maryland SeahawksHomeWon 1-0 (Forfeit)
June 14Columbus CometsAwayLost 22-0

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