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Honorees include: -- Ariko Iso, Pittsburgh Steelers Athletic Trainer, the first and only fulltime female athletic trainer in the NFL -- Suzie McConnell-Serio, recent inductee into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame -- Susan Frietsche, attorney who successfully defended a women's field hockey team in a Title IX case against Slippery Rock University -- Pittsburgh Passion, 2007 National Women's Football League Champions The event is being co-chaired by Tanya Hagen, M.
Before that, Ripley spent the 2004 preseason playing wide receiver and defensive back for the Antelope Valley Bombers, an all-female team in the National Women's Football League.
Sure enough, soon after the issue hit newsstands, someone did: Catherine Masters, the founder and CEO of the recently formed National Women's Football League.
The 21-team National Women's Football League plans an expansion team in Burbank for the 2003 season.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Triad Angels of the National Women's Football League have named coaching staff for the 2000-2001 inaugural season.
The Los Angeles Dandelions played in the National Women's Football League, which began in 1974.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Women's Football League has announced that they will sanction a team in the Triad area.