Renegades’ dominance continues with 59-point win

May 21, 2023

Images courtesy of WFA Pro CEO Jess Dodge If you’re keeping track at home, the Renegades have now outscored opponents 264-31 in 2023. With another blowout victory – this time a ridiculous 84-25 thrashing of the D.C. Divas – the four-time defending WFA Pro National Champions are showing no signs of slowing down on the pursuit of another trip to Canton, OH. The Renegades enter their bye week now at…


Renegades keep it rolling with annihilation of Pittsburgh

May 15, 2023

Image courtesy of Mitzi Velez Lorenzana – Renegades Photographer It looks like you can start booking those hotels and flights to Canton, OH now. With another non-competitive 61-point blowout this past Saturday against Pittsburgh at home in Revere, not only did the Boston Renegades move to 3-0, but they continue to show that they are the standard when it comes to the WFA and women’s pro football in general. There’s…


Renegades now 2-0 after dismantling Detroit

May 8, 2023

Image courtesy of Jess Dodge, WFA Pro CEO Good teams make road trips business trips. The Boston Renegades aren’t just good, they’re historically good. The dominance continued on Saturday night when Boston blew out Detroit on the road 56-0. Allison Cahill completed 11 passes, five of them were touchdowns. KD Ellison had just two catches for 117 yards, but both of them were TD’s. Adrienne Smith, Abby Pelletier and Stephanie…


Renegades kick off 2023 with blowout victory

May 2, 2023

Image courtesy of @BostonRenegades (IG) The four-time defending WFA National Champions opened the 2023 season at Harry Della Russo Stadium in Revere on Saturday night and it was business as usual. Led by a returning Allison Cahill at QB after an Achilles injury kept her out of the championship game in 2022, the Renegades waltzed to a 63-6 win over the DC Divas. Cahill threw for 277 yards and four…


WFA, Renegades hoping ‘Give Us A Second’ campaign boosts awareness for women’s pro football

February 21, 2023

Image courtesy of WFA If you saw the Women’s Football Alliance and the teams in the league – particularly the Boston Renegades – blowing up social media on Super Bowl Sunday, it was for a good reason. During the big game between the Eagles and Chiefs, the WFA posed an easy yet thought provoking solution to the disparity between men’s pro football and women’s pro football coverage and financial backing from…


With popularity rapidly growing, the Boston Renegades open camp with eyes on fifth straight WFA Pro title

January 26, 2023

The Patriots’ offseason may just be getting going, but the Boston Renegades’ is ending. On Tuesday night earlier this week, the seven-time Women’s Football Alliance champions (three as the Boston Militia) opened camp ahead of an April 29th season opener at home against D.C. Divas. The Renegades are seeking a fifth straight championship and a seventh straight appearance in the title game. The success is even more impressive when you…


Renegades: ‘Once in a lifetime opportunity’ becoming routine for the other local football dynasty

July 8, 2022

FOXBOROUGH – As the Boston Renegades made their way out of the visitors tunnel and onto the field at Gillette Stadium early on Friday morning, the roster of 59 women, coaches and staff members all had the same child-like jubilation on their faces. With a “Have a Banner Weekend” message on the video board just under the Patriots’ six Super Bowl banners greeting the team, everyone took about 45 minutes…


Renegades: For the fourth straight season, Boston heads to WFA National semifinals

June 16, 2022

Photo: Boston Renegades The iconic Ric Flair once said, “to be the man, you have to beat the man.” For other teams in the Women’s Football Alliance, in order to be considered the best, they’re going to have to go through the Boston Renegades. The only problem with that is the Renegades don’t seem to be giving up their spot on top of the mountain anytime soon. With another throttling…


Renegades: Boston finishes another unbeaten regular season with dominant win & Smith makes history

May 23, 2022

Photo: Boston Renegades Another year, another unblemished record for the Renegades. With a 60-28 trouncing of the D.C Divas at Harry Della Russo Stadium on Saturday night, Boston finished the regular season 6-0, pushing the franchise’s unbeaten streak to 23 games dating back to the season opener in 2019. The three-time defending Women’s Football Alliance National Champions will start the postseason on June 11 just two wins away from a…


Renegades: Boston gets scare in St. Louis, but now 5-0

May 16, 2022

For the first time in 1,484 days, the Boston Renegades trailed in a football game at halftime on Saturday night. Boston trailed the St. Louis Slam 21-19 after a rare slow start in the first half. The last time the Renegades trailed a game at the break was April 21, 2018 in game that ultimately ended in a three-point defeat, one of the last losses for the franchise over the…