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IWFL Welcomes Tulsa Threat

Austin, Texas – The IWFL is pleased to announce it has awarded a new team membership to the Tulsa Threat. The Threat will begin play as an expansion full member team in 2016 with a full schedule of exciting games.

“I am very excited to work with this team. They have established themselves well in the Tulsa community and have a reputation for playing solid competitive football. I expect we will see some exciting games from this team!” said Kezia Disney, IWFL Chief Operating Officer. 

The Tulsa Threat brings a veteran roster and coaching staff to the league. Having taken home division title honors in their previous league, the Threat is expected to be a strong addition to the IWFL central region.

“We are looking forward to the upcoming season in the IWFL and are ready for the challenge to go up against some great talent,” stated Mindy Goodman, Tulsa Threat General Manager.

The Tulsa Threat will offer women an opportunity to learn to play full tackle football, train in a professional and respectful environment and compete at the national level. The team will play regionally in Oklahoma and Texas during the regular season with a schedule featuring match ups with some of the best teams in the sport as well as other new expansion IWFL teams.

   

For information on tryouts and upcoming events please contact the team at:
Tulsa Threat
Phone: 918-991-5789918-991-5789
Email: TulsaWTF@yahoo.com
Website: www.tulsathreat.com



About the Tulsa Threat
The Tulsa Threat is a women's American football team based in Tulsa, OK. The Threat plays 11 on 11, tackle football against teams nationwide in the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL). The team was established in 2011 and completed their first season in the spring of that year.

About the IWFL

Founded in 2000, the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) is an international women’s tackle football organization. The IWFL provides women’s tackle football teams the opportunity to play at the top competition tier of their sport, while fostering an environment of goodwill and sportsmanship. Offering participation levels appropriate for all markets the IWFL has taken the lead in the development of women’s football for future generations. For more visit www.iwflsports.com