Phoenix Prowlers

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Phoenix Prowlers
Founded 2007
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history Phoenix Prowlers (NWFA)
Based in Mesa, Arizona
Stadium Mesa Community College
Colors Black, purple, silver
Owner Bryant Sewall
Head coach Bryant Sewall
Championships 0
Division titles 1 (NWFA: 2007)

The Phoenix Prowlers were a professional football team that played in the Women's Football Alliance. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, the Prowlers played their home games in nearby Mesa at Mesa Community College.

Before joining the WFA in 2009, the Prowlers played two seasons in the National Women's Football Association. Their inaugural season of 2007 saw them finish with a perfect 8-0 regular season record (outscoring opponents 241-0, no points allowed) and winning South Division and Western Conference titles; however, they were upset in the semi-final round of the playoffs, losing to the St. Louis Slam by a score of 33-29. Despite finishing 5-3 in 2008 and second place in the Southern Conference West Division, the Prowlers missed the playoffs (only division winners qualified that year).


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Phoenix Prowlers (NWFA)
2007 8 0 0 1st West South Lost Semi-Final (St. Louis)
2008 5 3 0 2nd South West --
Phoenix Prowlers (WFA)
2009 3 5 0 3rd American Pacific --
Totals 16 8 0 (including playoffs)

2009 season schedule

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Marana She Devils Away Won 6-0**
May 9 California Lynx Away Lost 20-27
May 16 Marana She Devils Home Won 6-0**
May 23 Las Vegas Showgirlz Home Lost 14-26
May 30 Las Vegas Showgirlz Away Lost 8-47
June 6 California Lynx Home Lost 6-41
June 13 Marana She Devils Away Won 6-0**
June 20 Las Vegas Showgirlz Home Lost 8-35

** = Won by forfeit

External links

  • Phoenix Prowlers website

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