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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
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.
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.
The National Women's Football League has announced that they will sanction a team in the Triad area.