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According to statistics, the five most frequently offered college sports for women are, 1) basketball, 2) volleyball, 3) soccer, 4) cross country, and 5) softball. Women have competed in traditional…Continue
Simple question, let's see how many are willing to write about it??? It's like goal setting, if you don't write it down then how can you achieve it??? What is YOUR vision of women's football in the…Continue
Good morning,I woke up this morning to check my email as I usually do, and I see an email titled "very disappointed in the women's football community" and it really rubbed me the wrong way. I'm not…Continue
Can anyone give me 10 reason to support and watch women football? This is going to take a lot of thinking, but let's see who can come up with the best 10!!!
Boasting the addition of three, accomplished, veteran teams to the Women’s Spring Football League, the WSFL, based in Erie, Pennsylvania, has added a competitive corps of teams to its’ Northern…Continue
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According to statistics, the five most frequently offered college sports for women are: basketball, volleyball, soccer, cross country, and softball. While women have also competed in traditionally dominated male sports such as wrestling, weightlifting, rugby, and boxing, they are still being excluded from the sport of football. It’s time for a change. It’s…Continue
Gazzillo played for the Force in 2010 and was named an Independent Women's Football League (IWFL) All-Star and the 2010 Force Offensive MVP. She was unable to play after that season due to injuries, and joined the Force coaching staff for its 2013 national championship season.
Gazzillo is a former U.S. Army military police officer until she was given a Chapter 15 discharge for being lesbian. She was a union ironworker for 15 years, and was a 1993 graduate of Chicago's George Washington High School.
"Ro was an intense, powerful offensive lineman," said Force owner Linda Bache, who was teammates with Gazzillo. "She was a great teammate and an incredibly loyal friend.
"This is a devastating loss for the…