Sioux Falls Storm

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Sioux Falls Storm
Sioux Falls Storm logo.png
Founded2000
LeagueIFL 2000
NIFL 2001–2004
UIF 2005–2008
IFL 2009–present
ConferenceUnited
Team historySioux Falls Cobras
2000
Sioux Falls Storm
2001–present
Based inSioux Falls, South Dakota
ArenaSioux Falls Arena
ColorsNavy Blue, Red, White
              
Owner(s)Todd Tryon
Head coachKurtiss Riggs
Championships(7) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013
Division titles(9) 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
CheerleadersLightning Girls
MascotDrizzle
 
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Sioux Falls Storm
Sioux Falls Storm logo.png
Founded2000
LeagueIFL 2000
NIFL 2001–2004
UIF 2005–2008
IFL 2009–present
ConferenceUnited
Team historySioux Falls Cobras
2000
Sioux Falls Storm
2001–present
Based inSioux Falls, South Dakota
ArenaSioux Falls Arena
ColorsNavy Blue, Red, White
              
Owner(s)Todd Tryon
Head coachKurtiss Riggs
Championships(7) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013
Division titles(9) 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
CheerleadersLightning Girls
MascotDrizzle

The Sioux Falls Storm are a professional indoor football team based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.[1] The Storm joined the original Indoor Football League as an expansion team in 1999 as the Sioux Falls Cobras, and first took the field for the 2000 season.[2] They currently participate in the United Conference of the current Indoor Football League (IFL); prior to that, the Storm were in United Indoor Football (UIF), where they won all four of the league's championship games.

They play their home games at Sioux Falls Arena (also known as the Storm Shelter). In mid-April 2014, the team announced that the 2014 season would be its last at the aging arena, originally constructed in 1961. In 2015, the Storm will follow the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League to the newly constructed Denny Sanford Premier Center.[3]

History[edit]

Before helping to create the UIF in 2005, the Storm were members of the NIFL. The Storm hosted the 2004 NIFL championship game against the Lexington Horsemen in the Storm Shelter in front of a sellout crowd. The Horsemen won this championship game, but the Storm a year later defeated the Horsemen in the second round of the 2005 UIF playoffs in Lexington.

The Sioux Falls Storm were charter members of the UIF and were the first ever UIF Champions with a win over the Sioux City Bandits, 40-38 at Sioux City, in 2005. Sioux Falls won its second consecutive UIF championship in 2006 at their home ground, the Arena, defeating the Lexington Horseman 72–64 on July 29, 2006. Quarterback Terrance Bryant was named United Bowl II MVP after throwing eight touchdowns in the match. Defensive end Nate Fluit recorded 16.5 sacks in 2005 and 15.5 in 2006.

Sioux Falls became one of the few teams in indoor football history to post a shutout, beating the Peoria Rough Riders 71–0 on June 3, 2006.

On Saturday, August 4, 2007, the Storm defeated the Lexington Horsemen for the second United Bowl in a row, 62 to 59. With 19 seconds left to go in the game Storm quarterback Terrance Bryant threw up a prayer, and though protested by the small crowd of Horsemen fans, it was ruled a touchdown pass. With three seconds left in the game, and with the help of a frantic fan going for the game ball, the Horsemen gained 15 yards for a chance to kick a field goal and tie the game, but the kick was missed by Horsemen kicker Collin Barber.

On March 29, 2008, the Storm lost to the Omaha Beef 34–18, ending their historic 40-game winning streak and giving them their first loss since July 15, 2005. They went on to win their fourth United Bowl later that season against the Bloomington Extreme.

On April 25, 2009, after switching to the Indoor Football League, the Storm were found in violation of the IFL's rule of not complying with regulations related to workers compensation coverage. As punishment, the team's first five wins of the 2009 season were forfeited; this resulted in a 6-8 season, the first losing season in team history.[4] The other three losses all came to the Billings Outlaws. In 2010, the Storm rebounded to reach the IFL United Bowl before losing 43-34 to the Outlaws.

After a tornado dubbed the Father's Day Tornado hit Billings' Rimrock Auto Arena on June 20, 2010, causing major damage,[5] the Outlaws franchise folded, and their star quarterback Chris Dixon signed with the Storm. Led by Dixon, Sioux Falls scored an astounding 1022 points on the 2011 regular season, with 70 or more points in 10 games and opening with a 105-71 win over the Kent Predators in Kent, Washington. Only twice did the Storm fall short of 50 points and both were against the Omaha Beef, who handed them a 41-37 loss in the regular season finale after Sioux Falls had started 13-0. The two teams met in the next game, which was the playoff opener. The Storm won it, 52-39, then beat Green Bay 52-12 to return to the United Bowl. Although they tied their lowest scoring game of the season, Sioux Falls rolled over the Tri-Cities Fever 37-10 to earn the league championship after a two-year hiatus and also win its first IFL title. Dixon and the Storm dominated again in 2012, this time with a perfect 14-0 record and 941 points in the regular season. On April 14, the Storm beat the Allen Wranglers, then featuring former NFL standout receiver Terrell Owens, 52-45 on the road in Allen, Texas. Dixon threw his 500th career touchdown pass, when he hit James Terry with a 42-yard pass during a May 19 game against the Blizzard.[6] Sioux Falls trounced the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks 79-21 in the playoff opener, then again beat Green Bay in the semifinal and Tri-Cities (this time winning 59-32) in the United Bowl.

Dixon then left, attempting to make it with the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League. Sioux Falls did not suffer greatly in 2013 as Storm legend Terrance Bryant returned to play quarterback. Following a 10-4 season, the Storm again prevailed in the playoffs and defeated the Nebraska Danger by a close 43-40 score for the title. Bryant then retired again, as on January 6, 2014, it was announced that Dixon would be returning to the Storm, citing his desire to graduate from Augustana College and be close to his family as his reasons for return.[7]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Sioux Falls Storm roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 22 Tavron Harrison

Wide Receivers

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

  • 16 James Dunlap
  • 58 Phillip Lewis
  • 96 Cory Johnsen
  • 44 Eze Obiora
  • 56 Akeem Ward
Linebackers

Defensive Backs

  • -- Roy Polite
  • 13 Jonathan Setzer
  • 12 Donald Smith
  • 24 Devion Tate
  •  8 Kyle Theret
  •  4 Patrick Wells

Kickers

Injury Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • 24 Jermaine Robinson DL

Refused to Report

  • 23 Michael Johnson WR
  • -- Marcus Gordon OL

Rookies in italics
Roster updated May 29, 2014
25 Active, 3 Inactive

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Retired numbers[edit]

Sioux Falls Storm retired numbers
PlayerPositionSeasonsRef.
5Terrance BryantQB2005-2010, 2013[8]
7Casey VeenhofWR/QB2003-2007
10Shannon PoppingaS2001-2009[9]
14Mark BlackburnLB/S2003-2010[10]
17Bobby PerkinsCB2001-2004
21Corey WalkerWR2001-2006[11]
25Adam HicksK2003-2008[9]
46Donnie HilsenrothLB2001-2003[12]
93Nate FluitDE2003-2007

Awards and honors[edit]

Sioux Falls Storm Awards and Honors
2002
  • Western Division Defensive MVP – Donnie Hilsenroth (LB)

2004

  • Pacific Conference Coach of the Year – Kurtiss Riggs
  • Pacific Conference General Manager of the Year – Colin Steen
  • South Dakota's Sportswriters Association "Top Independent Team"

2005

  • United Bowl I MVP – Adam Hicks (K)
  • First Team All-UIF
    • Mark Blackburn (LB)
    • Shannon Poppinga (S)
    • Andre Fields (CB)
    • James Jones (KR)
  • Second Team All-UIF
    • Adam Hicks (K)
  • Radio Broadcaster of the Year – Rich Roste
  • Best Game Day Presentation
  • Best Mascot – Blizzard
  • Executive of the Year – Colin Steen

2006

  • UIF MVP – Terrance Bryant (QB)
  • UIF Defensive Player of the Year – Nate Fluit (DL)
  • UIF Most Improved – Marques Smith (RB)
  • United Bowl II MVP – Terrance Bryant (QB)
  • First Team All-UIF
    • John Semchenko (OL)
    • Nate Fluit (DL)
    • Mark Blackburn (LB)
  • Second Team All-UIF
    • Terrance Bryant (QB)
    • Marques Smith (RB)
    • Nate Scheuer (OL)
    • Austin Flyger (DL)
  • Best Mascot – Blizzard
  • Best Game Day Operation
  • UIF Executive of the Year – Colin Steen
  • UIF Dance Team of the Year – Lightning Girls
  • South Dakota's Sportswriters Association "Top Independent Team"

2007

  • United Bowl III MVP – Casey Veenhof (WR)
  • UIF Western Conference All-Star
    • Terrance Bryant (QB)
    • Marques Smith (RB)
    • Leon Hall Jr. (WR)
    • Paul Keizer (OL)
    • Nate Fluit (DL)
    • Leif Murphy (DL)
    • Mark Blackburn (LB)
    • Justin Landis (S)
  • UIF Dance Team of the Year – Lightning Girls
  • UIF's Best Public Address Announcer – JJ Hinsch
  • UIF's Volunteers of the Year – Tom and Jean Slattery

2008

  • United Bowl IV MVP – Mark Blackburn (LB)
  • Western Conference All-Star
    • Sean Treasure (RB)
    • James Terry (WR)
    • Paul Keizer (OL)
    • Cory Johnsen (DL)
    • Mark Blackburn (LB)
    • Shannon Poppinga (S)
    • Bryan Alberty (KR)
 

2009

  • First Team All-IFL
    • Bruce McCaleb (OL)
  • Second Team All-IFL
    • Sean Treasure (RB)
    • Cory Johnsen (DL)

2010

  • Second Team All-IFL

2011

  • IFL Best Game Operations
  • IFL MVP – Chris Dixon (QB)
  • IFL Offensive Player of the Year – Chris Dixon (QB)
  • First Team All-IFL
  • Second Team All-IFL
    • James Jones (RB)
    • Tommy Chavis (DL)
  • Second Team Ironman (Excelled on Offense and Defense)
    • Stewart Franks (S/WR)
  • 2011 United Bowl MVP – Brian McIntire (LB)

2012

  • First Team All-IFL
  • Second Team All-IFL
    • Clinton Solomon (WR)
    • DeJuan Fulghum (LB)
  • IFL Offensive Player of the Year – Chris Dixon (QB)
  • IFL MVP – Chris Dixon (QB)
  • 2012 United Bowl MVP – Jeremiah Price (DL)

2013

2014

  • IFL Hall of Fame Inductee
    • Terrance Bryant (QB) (2005-10, 2013)
    • Rich Roste (Radio Voice) (2000-present)

Sioux Falls Alumni[edit]

Sioux Falls Alumni
  • Adams, Kevin - CB (2006, 09–10) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Akin, Stern - DB/LB (2001) South Dakota State
  • Akridge, Kenneth - CB (2009–12) Univ. of Indianapolis
  • Alberty, Bryan - WR (2007–09) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Allred, Phil - DL (2005) Benedictine College
  • Anderson, Michael - LB/DL (2006) Carthage College
  • Angilau, Noki - LB (2001) Northern State
  • Anthony, Ledarius - DE (2010) Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Askew, Korey - DB (2012) Univ. of Northern Colorado
  • Aulenbacher, Ryan - QB (2001–03) Univ. of Wis. – Stevens Point
  • Bauer, Shawn - LB (2001) Northern State
  • Baksas, Jason - OL (2012) Western Illinois Univ.
  • Bazemore, Michael - DE (2011) Michigan State Univ.
  • Bean, Jim - RB (2001–02) Univ. of Minnesota
  • Belotti, Justin - DB (2013) Univ. of North Dakota
  • Bivins, Justin - RB (2003–04) Ball State
  • Blackburn, Mark - LB (2003–10) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Blackmon, Brandon - DB (2010) Purdue University
  • Boelhke, Jason - DL (2005) Univ. of Wisconsin – Whitewater
  • Bonwell, Jason - DL (2008, 10) South Dakota State
  • Brady, Jameel - LB/DB (2010) Univ. of Pittsburgh
  • Brewer, Corey - DB (2006) Bemidji State
  • Brintley, Anton - WR (2004–06) Dakota Wesleyan
  • Brown, Lorenzo - WR/QB (2010–12) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Brown, Ya'Tarrie - C (2007–08, 10) Concordia-St. Paul
  • Bostic III, Alex - DE (2009) Florida International
  • Bouie, Keyonvis - LB (2008–09) Florida International
  • Brinkman, Adam - K (2009) Augustana College (SD)
  • Bryant, Terrance - QB (2005–10, 13) Oregon State
  • Buchholtz, Josh - WR (2002–03) South Dakota State
  • Butler, Cody - K (2006, 08–09) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Burrell Jr., Allen - WR (2007–08) North Dakota State
  • Carlisle, Robert - DB (2012) Grand Valley State Univ.
  • Cavender, Chad - QB/WR (2008) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Chavis, Tommy - DL (2011) Univ. of Missouri
  • Clark, Daren - WR/RB (2013) Stillman College
  • Cleary, Anthony - DL/FB (2001) Shippensburg University
  • Clubb, Wes - DL (2003–04) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Cochran, Ross - LB (2013) Univ. of North Dakota
  • Coleman, Malcolm - DL (2001–02) Long Beach City College
  • Crable, Rachman - DE (2008–13) Ball State
  • Crenshaw, Andre - RB (2012–13) Univ. of Oregon
  • Crump, Trice - CB (2004–08) Pittsburg State (Kansas)
  • Dandridge, Jonathan - DB (2013) Univ. of Minnesota
  • Dasher, Dwight - QB (2013) Middle Tennessee State
  • Davis, Gerald - OL (2011–13) Valdosta State Univ.
  • Davis, Jerry - RB (2004–05) Missouri Valley
  • Dean, Mickey - RB (2010) Arkansas – Pine Bluffs
  • DeBoer, Kalen - WR (2001) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • DeGraff, Erik - QB (2001) Augustana College (SD)
  • Dennis, Hershel - RB (2011) Univ. of Southern California
  • Dibbles, Larry - DL (2010) Univ. of Texas
  • Dixon, Chris - QB (2011–12) Humboldt State
  • Douglass, Parker - K (2009, 11-13) South Dakota State
  • Dunlap, James - DL (2013) UNLV
  • Eads, Chris - DL (2004–05) Missouri Western State
  • Eddy, John - DL (2012) Univ. of Northern Colorado
  • Edwards, Kwincy - DB (2010) San Diego State
  • Ellis, Moses - DB (2013) Prairie View A&M Univ.
  • Evenson. Joe - LB (2002–04) Augustana College (SD)
  • Fagnan, Robert - QB (2004–05) Southwest State
  • Fields, Andre - CB (2003–09) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Fischer, D.J. - DL (2006) South Dakota State
  • Floyd, Josh - QB/WR (2009) Chowan University
  • Fluit, Nate - DE (2003–07) Augustana College (SD)
  • Flyger, Austin - DE (2004–06) Augustana College (SD)
  • Franks, Stewart - S/WR (2010–13) Arkansas – Pine Bluff
  • Fuentes, Jose - QB (2004) Utah State
  • Fuentes, Rich - QB (2004) New Mexico Highlands
  • Fulghum, DeJuan - LB (2012) Texas Southern Univ.
  • Gassen, Bill - DL (2004–05) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Gentile, Brock - DB (2008) South Dakota State
  • Gomarko, Chad - WR (2001–03) Augustana College (SD)
  • Graue, Geoff - DL (2003) Colorado State
  • Green, John - DL (2001–02) Lafayette College
  • Grossman, Dan - WR (2006) Univ. of North Dakota
  • Haines, Wyatt - DE (2002) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Haines, Jesse - WR (2002–03) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Hall Jr., Leon - WR (2005–09) Merced Junior College
  • Hansen, Justin - DB (2001) California Lutheran
  • Harmon, Damien - RB (2001–02) Augustana College (SD)
  • Harrison, Billy - DL/LB (2010) TULANE
  • Harrison, Tavron - RB (2013) Univ. of Southern Mississippi
  • Heitman, Travis - WR (2005) Northern State
  • Hermes, Tony - LB (2005) Univ. of North Dakota
  • Herrboldt, Dean - WR (2002) South Dakota State
  • Herrboldt, Don - LB (2001) South Dakota State
  • Hicks, Adam - K (2003–08) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Hill, Wesley - WR (2006) Concordia-St. Paul
  • Hilsenroth, Donnie - LB (2001–03) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Hofer, Tommy - WR (2010) Dakota State
  • Hoffman, Garret - OL (2001–02) Huron University
  • Holmlund, Matt - WR (2002–06) Augustana College (SD)
  • Hooker, Marvin - DB (2004) Missouri Valley
  • Horton, Ken - WR (2006) Tuskegee
  • Hovorka, Dusty - WR (2007–11) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Howard, Paul - OL (2003) Univ. of Concordia
  • Hunter, Michael - DB (2001) South Dakota State
  • Jackson, Jovan - CB (2011) Southern Utah Univ.
  • Jamison, Cody - WR (2003) Northern State
  • Johnsen, Cory - DT (2006–13) St. Cloud State
  • Johnson, Mike - LB/DL (2013) Univ. of North Alabama
  • Johnson, Ryan - QB (2003) North Dakota State
  • Johnson, Trae - WR (2009) Morningside College
  • Jones, James - RB (2005, 07, 10–12) Northern Colorado
  • Jones, Jason - WR (2010) Arkansas – Pine Bluff
  • Jones, Rudy - LB (2008) Sierra / Fresno City
  • Jordan, Xavier - LB/DB (2012) Mars Hill College
  • Keith, John - DB (2010) Arkansas – Pine Bluff
  • Keizer, Paul - OL (2007–08) South Dakota State
  • Kelly, Sean - DL (2012) Florida A&M Univ.
  • Kimura, David - WR (2002) Dakota Wesleyan
  • King, Allen - DB (2008) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Klaassen, Jeremy - DL (2001–03) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Knight, Tyler - LB (2011, 13) Mississippi Valley State
  • Kooistra, Phil - OL (2007–08) Northwestern (IA)
  • Krull, Nate - K (2001–02) Southwest State
  • Kyles, Osaro - OL/DL (2005–06) Dakota Wesleyan
  • Landis, Justin - S/LB (2005–08) South Dakota State
  • Landry, Michael - DL (2011) Southern Univ.
  • Latu, Una - DB (2008) Northern State
  • Lawson, Mike - DL (2004–05) Univ. of Miami
  • Lemon, Shawn - DL (2012) Univ. of Akron
  • Lien, Matt - S (2009) Augustana College (SD)
  • Lindekugel, Travis - DL (2001–02) South Dakota State
  • Little, Brent - WR (2009) Southern Illinois – Carbondale
  • Little, Brooks - WR (2010) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Lorne, Sam - WR/QB (2011) UTEP
  • Lupkes, Brad - OL/DL (2004–05) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Martinson, Justin - DB (2005) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Martyna, Darin - DL (2004) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • May, Ed - OL (2001) Northern State
  • McCain, Eric - WR (2013) Gelndale Community College
  • McCaleb, Bruce - OL (2009–10) Delta State Univ.
  • McCoy, Cori - CB (2004) Southwest State
  • McGee, Tavon - WR (2009) Glenville State College
  • McIntire, Brian - S/LB (2006–11) Wartburg College
  • Michelena, Dax - QB (2002) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Molitor, Chris - WR (2006) South Dakota State
  • Moore, Donta - S (2011–12) Univ. of Connecticut
  • Murphy, Leif - DE (2007, 09–10) North Dakota State
  • Nelson, Ben - WR (2009) St. Cloud State
  • Nordick, Jeremy - QB (2003) Bemidji State
  • O'Keefe, Dan - DB (2012–13) Augustana College (SD)
  • Oates, Jeremiah - WR (2013) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Olson, Vinnie - OL (2006) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Oquendo, Diego - DB (2012) Michigan State/Augustana College (SD)
  • Owens, James - WR (2004) Fresno State
  • Payne, Dominic - DE (2008) Western State College (CO)
  • Pedersen, Roger - OL (2001–05) Augustana College (SD)
  • Pederson, Aaron - K (2002) North Dakota State
  • Perkins, Bobby - CB (2001–04) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Peters, Bruce - WR/RB (2010) Arkansas – Pine Bluff
  • Peterson, Pete - K (2003) Northern State
  • Petty, Jermaine - DE/LB (2008) Univ. of Arkansas
  • Polite, Roy - DB (2013) Middle Tennessee State Univ.
  • Pomerleau, Chris - QB/WR (2007) Augustana College (SD)
  • Pontrelli, Mitch - DL (2009) South Dakota State
  • Poppinga, Shannon - S (2001–09) Augustana College (SD)
  • Portis, Andre - DL (2013) Marshall Univ.
  • Price, Jeremiah - DL (2012–13) Oklahoma State Univ.
  • Rawls, Kendrick - DL (2003) Univ. of Wyoming
  • Rhone, Tyrone - DB (2005–06) Univ. of Wisconsin – Stout
  • Riggs, Kurtiss - QB (2001) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Rislov, Scott - QB (2005) San Jose State
  • Robinson, Alvin - DE (2007–08) North Dakota State
  • Robinson, Dominic - DB (2009) Florida State
  • Rolfes, Trevor - OL (2003–05, 07) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Rouse, Kelly - LB (2011) Delaware State
  • Ruffin, Bobby - RB (2005) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Ruter, David - RB (2001–03) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Salmond, Marques - DL (2006) Missouri Western State
  • Sanchez, Pete - K (2001) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Sanders, Charlie - C (2011–13) Valdosta State
  • Saterfield, Tyrone - DL (2010–11) Univ. of Louisville
  • Scheuer, Nate - OL (2003–08) South Dakota State
  • Schmitt, Paul - DL (2002–03) Univ. of Wis – Stevens Point
  • Schmitt, Wally - RB (2003) Univ. of Wis – Stevens Point
  • Schneider, Tim - OL (2009) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Schramm, Barry - LB (2005) Dakota Wesleyan
  • Schulz, Brad - OL (2001) Chadron State
  • Schwab, Jason - OL (2002) Univ. of Nebraska
  • Scott, Mike - RB (2006) Tuskegee
  • Semchenko, John - C (2002–06) North Dakota State
  • Shaver, Kendrick - DB (2003) Southwest Missouri State
  • Simmons, TJ - CB (2009–11) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Sims, Carl - WR (2011–12) Western Illinois
  • Sims, Ryan - DB (2001) Southwest State
  • Skoog, Tom - RB (2001) Northern State
  • Smith, Kwaheem - DB (2012) Lincoln Univ.
  • Smith, Marques - RB (2005–09) Dakota Wesleyan
  • Smith, Myniya - OL (2011–13) Southern Univ.
  • Snell, Isaac - OL (2009–10) North Dakota State
  • Solis, Art - QB (2006–07) Dakota State
  • Solomon, Clinton - WR (2012–13) Univ. of Iowa
  • Stark, Ian - OL (2005) Augustana College
  • Staudt, Kyle - OL (2010) Univ. of Sioux Falls
  • Sterbick, Pete - WR (2003) Augustana College
  • Street, A.J. - WR (2001) Univ. of Mary
  • Sullivan, Reggie - CB (2011, 13) Johnson C. Smith
  • Swain, Steve - DL (2005) Southwest State
  • Syphers, Adam - WR (2001–02) Northern State
  • Tatum, Mike - WR/RB (2013) Oxnard College
  • Terry, James - WR (2006–13) Kansas State
  • Terry, Ryan - DT (2004) Miami University (OH)
  • Theret, Kyle - DB (2013) Univ. of Minnesota
  • Toarmina, Frank - OL (2013) Saginaw Valley State
  • Torrico, Eddie - RB (2003) Univ. of Massachusetts-Lowell, Univ. of Rhode Island
  • Thomas, Anthony - OL/DL (2007–12) Univ. of Arizona
  • Thomas, Curtis - DB (2012) Texas Southern Univ.
  • Traetow, Andy - RB (2004) Gustavus Aldophus College
  • Treasure, Sean - RB (2007–11) Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Tryon, Lynn - WR (2002) Colorado State
  • Tryon, Todd - DB (2001–04) Buena Vista College
  • Tubbs, Zac - OL (2009–10) Univ. of Arkansas
  • Tunsil, Kadafi - DB (2011) Delaware State
  • Veenhof, Casey - WR/QB (2003–07) Joliet Junior College
  • Walker, Brandon - RB/WR/QB (2011–12) Washburn University
  • Walker, Corey - WR (2001–06) Southwest State
  • Washington, Eric - DB (2007–08 Dakota Wesleyan
  • Welch, Justin - DB (2012) Northwest Missouri State
  • Wells, Patrick - DB (2012–13) Ferris State
  • Williams, Korey - WR/RB (2012) Northwestern Oklahoma State
  • Williams, Larry - DB (2010) Clemson
  • Williams, Mike - DB (2002) Humboldt State
  • Williams, Roy - DL (2006) Univ. of Central Florida
  • Williams, Ryan - WR/QB (2004–05) North Dakota State
  • Williams, Wayne - WR/QB (2013) Tuskegee Univ.
  • Willis, Armond - DE (2011) Florida International
  • Wilson, Blake - WR (2011–13) SW Minnesota State
  • Wilson, Philip - DB (2002) Univ. of South Dakota
  • Wilson, Ray - DB/LB (2001) Long Beach City
  • Wirkus, Rich - OL (2001–02) Dakota Wesleyan
  • Wollers, Ryan - OL (2001) Univ. of Wis – Stevens Point
  • Wynn, Ed - DB (2001) California Poly State
  • Young, Martevious - QB (2013) Univ. of Southern Mississippi
  • Zarrilli, Rob - K (2010) Hofstra/Louisville

Coaches[edit]

Head coaches[edit]

CoachTotalRegular SeasonPostseasonTitles
WonLostPCTHomeAwayWonLostPCTHomeAwayWonLostPCTHomeAwayDIVCONFCHAMP
Mike Aldrich2001-021614.533(9-5)(7-9)1513.536(9-5)(6-8)11.500(0-0)(1-1)000
Josh Siegfried2012201.000(2-0)(0-0)00(0-0)(0-0)201.000(2-0)(0-0)000
Kurtiss Riggs*2003-1416432.837(100-9)(64-23)14229.830(81-8)(61-21)223.885(19-1)(3-2)897

* Records don't reflect the 5 forfeits due to insurance violation in 2009

Season-By-Season[edit]

SeasonWLTFinishPlayoff results
Sioux Falls Cobras (Indoor Football League)
20008604th WC Southern
Sioux Falls Storm (National Indoor Football League)
20017703rd Pacific CentralWon Round 1 (R.C. Red Dogs)
Lost Semifinal (Wyoming)
20028603rd Pacific West
200310402nd Pacific NorthLost Round 1 (Utah)
200411301st Pacific NorthWon PC Semifinal (Utah)
Won PC Championship (Billings)
Lost Indoor Bowl IV (Lexington)
Sioux Falls Storm (United Indoor Football)
20058803rd NorthWon Round 1 (Omaha)
Won Semifinal (Lexington)
Won United Bowl I (Sioux City)
200615001st WestWon Semifinal (Evansville)
Won United Bowl II (Lexington)
200715001st WestWon Round 1 (Colorado)
Won Western Championship (Billings)
Won United Bowl III (Lexington)
200811301st WestWon Western Championship (Billings)
Won United Bowl IV (Bloomington)
Won National Indoor Bowl I (Louisiana)
Sioux Falls Storm (Indoor Football League)
20096804th United CentralMissed the playoffs due to league violation
201011301st United Central WestWon Round 1 (Omaha)
Won United Conference Semi-Final (Chicago)
Won United Conference Championship (Wichita)
Lost 2010 United Bowl (Billings)
201113101st Great PlainsWon United Conference Semi-Final (Omaha)
Won United Conference Championship (Green Bay)
Won 2011 United Bowl (Tri-Cities)
201214001st United ConferenceWon United Conference Semi-Final (Lehigh Valley)
Won United Conference Championship (Green Bay)
Won 2012 United Bowl (Tri-Cities)
201310401st United ConferenceWon United Conference Championship (Cedar Rapids)
Won 2013 United Bowl (Nebraska)
20141300-
Totals177510(including playoffs) Sioux Falls Storm
Totals185570(including playoffs) Sioux Falls Cobras/Storm


vs Opponent[edit]

OpponentOVERALLHOMEAWAYPLYFF
Allen Wranglers(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Bemidji Axemen(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Billings Outlaws(14–9)(11–2)(3–7)(3–1)
Bismarck Roughriders(2–2)(1–1)(1–1)(0–0)
Black Hills/Rapid City Red Dogs(10–3)(5–1)(5–2)(1–0)
Bloomington Extreme(5–1)*(4–0)(1–1)*(1–0)
Bricktown Brawlers(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Cedar Rapids Titans(4–1)(4–0)(0–1)(1–0)
Chicago Slaughter(4–1)(3–0)(1–1)(1–0)
Colorado Ice(11–2)(7–0)(4–2)(1–0)
Evansville BlueCats(3–0)(3–0)(0–0)(1–0)
Fairbanks Grizzlies(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Fort Wayne Freedom(3–2)(2–1)(1–1)(0–0)
Green Bay Blizzard(9–0)(6–0)(3–0)(2–0)
Kent Predators(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)(0–0)
La Crosse Spartans(2–0)(2–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Lehigh Valley Steelhawks(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)
Lexington Horsemen(5–2)(4–1)(2–1)(3–1)
Lincoln Capitols(4–0)(2–0)(2–0)(0–0)
Louisiana Swashbucklers(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)
Louisiana Bayou Beast(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Mississippi Fire Dogs(0–1)(0–0)(0–1)(0–0)
Muskegon Thunder(2–0)(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Nebraska Danger(7–1)(5–0)(2–1)(1–0)
Ohio Valley Greyhounds(2–0)(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Omaha Beef(15–8)*(8–3)*(7–5)(3–0)
Peoria Rough Riders(2–0)(2–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Reading Express(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)(0–0)
RiverCity Rage(2–0)(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Rochester Raiders(0–1)*(0–0)(0–1)*(0–0)
Rock River/Tenn. Valley Raptors(4–1)(2–0)(2–1)(0–0)
Sioux City Bandits(21–7)*(12–4)(9–3)*(1–0)
Texas Revolution(4–0)(2–0)(2–0)(0–0)
Tri-Cities Fever(6–0)(3–0)(3–0)(2–0)
Tri-City Diesel(3–1)(2–0)(1–1)(0–0)
Utah Rattlers(1–0)(0–0)(1–0)(0–0)
Utah Warriors(3–3)(3–0)(0–3)(1–1)
Wenatchee Valley Venom(1–0)(1–0)(0–0)(0–0)
Wichita Wild(8–2)*(4–1)(4–1)*(1–0)
Wyoming Cavalry(11–3)(5–1)(6–2)(0–1)

Schedule-By-Schedule (2001–2014)[edit]

2001 Season Schedule[edit]

2001 NIFL

Central Division Standings

WLPCTDIV
y-Rapid City Red Dogs1310.92910–1
x-Wyoming Cavalry850.5716–4
x-Sioux Falls Storm770.5005–6
Billings Outlaws770.5005–6
Tri-City Diesel680.4293–8
Sioux City Bandits4100.2864–8

2001 National Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
April 7@ Tri City DieselWon 42–41
April 14Billings OutlawsWon 52–26
April 21@ Wyoming CavalryWon 45–34
April 28@ Utah RattlersWon 78–75
May 5@ Mississippi FiredogsLost 44–33
May 12Sioux City BanditsLost 31–28
May 19Rapid City Red DogsLost 25–21
May 25@ Billings OutlawsLost 44–39
June 2@ Rapid City Red DogsLost 44–42
June 9Sioux City BanditsLost 27–24
June 16Louisiana Bayou BeastWon 58–21
June 23@ Sioux City BanditsWon 23–19
July 7Wyoming CavalryLost 48–47
July 14Tri City DieselWon 32–30
July 20@ Rapid City Red DogsWon 40–25
July 26@ Wyoming CavalryLost 37–31

2002 Season Schedule[edit]

2002 NIFL Pacific Conference

Western Division Standings

WLPCTDIV
y-Bismarck Roughriders1130.7869–1
x-Billings Outlaws1040.7145–4
Sioux Falls Storm860.5715–3
Rapid City Red Dogs680.4292–7
Wyoming Cavalry3110.2141–7

2002 National Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 9@ Bismarck RoughridersWon 48–20
March 24Billings OutlawsWon 51–31
March 30@ Rapid City Red DogsWon 52–40
April 7Wyoming CavalryWon 46–3
April 14@ Sioux City BanditsLost 40–21
April 20Tri City DieselWin 48–34
April 27@ Omaha BeefLost 43–33
May 11Lincoln CapitolsWin 41–33
May 18Bismarck RoughridersLost 65–58
May 24@ Tri City DieselLost 51–44
June 1@ Billings OutlawsLost 59–30
June 15Sioux City BanditsWon 35–22
June 21@ Wyoming CavalryLost 53–46
June 29Rapid City Red DogsWon 45–17

2003 Season Schedule[edit]

2003 NIFL Pacific Conference

Northern Division Standings

WLPCTDIV
y-Utah Warriors1130.7867–3
x-Sioux Falls Storm1040.7147–3
x-Bismarck Roughriders950.6435–5
Rapid City Red Dogs770.5005–5
Billings Outlaws680.4293–7
Wyoming Cavalry4100.2863–7

2003 National Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 23@ Rapid City Red DogsLost 30–26
March 27@ Lincoln CapitolsWon 31–21
April 5Wyoming CavalryWon 36–18
April 12@ Billings OutlawsWon 47–44
April 19@ Bismarck RoughridersLost 55–48
April 26@ Utah WarriorsLost 59–35
May 3@ Fort Wayne FreedomLost 55–19
May 10Sioux City BanditsWon 43–25
May 17@ Wyoming CavalryWon 58–27
May 24Billings OutlawsWon 36–32
June 7Utah WarriorsWon 47–34
June 14Fort Wayne FreedomWon 52–49
June 28Rapid City Red DogsWon 31–23
July 5Bismarck RoughridersWon 44–27
July 12@ Utah WarriorsLost 68–55

2004 Season Schedule[edit]

2004 NIFL Pacific Conference

Northern Division Standings

WLPCTPFPADIV
y-Sioux Falls Storm1130.7866854675–1
x-Omaha Beef950.6006005244–2
x-Sioux City Bandits860.5715775523–3
Lincoln Capitols3110.2144085870–5

2004 National Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 13@ Omaha BeefLost 41–14
March 22@ Utah WarriorsLost 51–49
March 26@ Sioux City BanditsWon 66–43
April 3Wyoming CavalryWon 47–13
April 16@ Lincoln CapitolsWon 34–28
May 1Black Hills Red DogsWon 47–28
May 8@ Wyoming CavalryWon 57–54
May 15Lincoln CapitolsWon 68–9
May 22Billings OutlawsWon 30–21
May 29Utah WarriorsWon 62–37
June 5@ Black Hills Red DogsWon 62–40
June 12Billings OutlawsLost 44–34
June 19Omaha BeefWon 79–26
June 26Sioux City BanditsWon 36–32
July 17Utah WarriorsWon 65–41
July 25Billings OutlawsWon 44–13
August 7Lexington HorsemenLost 59–38

2005 Season Schedule[edit]

2005 UIF

Northern Division Standings

WLPCTDIV
y-Sioux City Bandits1320.8668–1
x-Omaha Beef960.6006–3
x-Sioux Falls Storm880.5005–5
Black Hills Red Dogs1140.0661–8

2005 United Indoor Football Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 19@ Omaha BeefLost 55–31
March 26@ Black Hills Red DogsWon 60–31
April 9Lexington HorsemenWon 52–24
April 16Sioux City BanditsLost 50–43
April 23@ Omaha BeefWon 47–30
April 30Fort Wayne FreedomLost 34–31
May 7Peoria Rough RidersWon 56–21
May 15@ Black Hills Red DogsWon 58–30
May 21Evansville BluecatsWon 49–42
May 28Black Hills Red DogsWon 55–15
June 11@ Lexington HorsemenLost 61–43
June 18@ Tennessee Valley RaptorsLost 49–39
June 25Sioux City BanditsLost 38–34
July 2Omaha BeefLost 49–44
July 9Black Hills Red DogsWon 65–14
July 15@ Sioux City BanditsLost 54–48
July 30@ Omaha BeefWon 51–41
August 6@ Lexington HorsemenWon 62–58
August 14@ Sioux City BanditsWon 40–38

2006 Season Schedule[edit]

2006 UIF

West Division Standings

WLPCTPFPADIV
y-Sioux Falls Storm1501.0006843847–0
x-Omaha Beef870.5335944982–4
Sioux City Bandits690.4005085131–6

2006 United Indoor Football Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 24@ Omaha BeefWon 51–29
April 1@ Rock River RaptorsWon 46–20
April 8Sioux City BanditsWon 28–6
April 15Rock River RaptorsWon 48–34
April 22@ Fort Wayne FreedomWon 47–44
April 29@ Ohio Valley GreyhoundsWon 51–24
May 6Fort Wayne FreedomWon 44–25
May 13Omaha BeefWon 34–24
May 20@ Sioux City BanditsWon 51–34
June 2@ Omaha BeefWon 40–38
June 10Peoria Rough RidersWon 71–0
June 17Sioux City BanditsWon 25–17
June 24@ Sioux City BanditsWon 49–28
July 1Bloomington ExtremeWon 66–35
July 8Evansville BluecatsWon 33–26
July 23Evansville BluecatsWon 32–26
July 29Lexington HorsemenWon 72–64

2007 Season Schedule[edit]

2007 UIF

Western Conference Standings

WLPCTPFPACONF
y-Sioux Falls Storm1501.00073936611–0
x-Billings Outlaws860.5715655116–5
x-Omaha Beef870.5334895045–6
x-Colorado Ice690.4004575295–7
Sioux City Bandits3120.2004346541–10

2007 United Indoor Football Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 24@ Rock River RaptorsWon 44–34
March 31@ Billings OutlawsWon 52–49 OT
April 6@ Sioux City BanditsWon 44–29
April 14@ Omaha BeefWon 61–17
April 21Billings OutlawsWon 51–18
May 5@ Colorado IceWon 49–20
May 12Sioux City BanditsWon 56–31
May 19Omaha BeefWon 33–19
Jun 2@ Colorado IceWon 51–17
June 9Sioux City BanditsWon 50–25
June 16Ohio Valley GreyhoundsWon 56–20
June 23@ Lexington HorsemenWon 76–45
June 30Colorado IceWon 48–3
July 7Rock River RaptorsWon 34–30
July 14Billings OutlawsWon 34–9
July 21Colorado IceWon 44–16
July 29Billings OutlawsWon 45–23
August 4Lexington HorsemenWon 62–59

2008 Season Schedule[edit]

2008 UIF

Western Conference Standings

WLPCTPFPACONF
y-Sioux Falls Storm113.7866314713–3
x-Billings Outlaws1040.7147254975–3
x-Omaha Beef1040.7145894632–2
Colorado Ice680.4295285682–4

2008 United Indoor Football Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 8@ Bloomington ExtremeWon 50–37
March 17Colorado IceWon 48–24
March 29@ Omaha BeefLost 34–18
April 5@ Billings OutlawsLost 38–31
April 12Sioux City BanditsWon 45–34
April 19Billings OutlawsWon 54–43
April 26@ RiverCity RageWon 41–32
May 3Sioux City BanditsWon 51–46
May 10RiverCity RageWon 60–13
May 17Wichita WildWon 57–14
May 24@ Billings OutlawsWon 62–52
May 31@ Sioux City BanditsWon 41–34
June 6@ Colorado IceLost 29–24
June 14Bloomington ExtremeWon 49–41
June 28Billings OutlawsWon 46–44
July 12Bloomington ExtremeWon 40–35
August 2Louisiana SwashbucklersWon 54–42

2009 Season Schedule[edit]

2009 IFL United Conference

Central Division Standings

WLPCTPFPADIV
y-Omaha Beef1130.7867046493–2
x-Bloomington Extreme1040.7146143985–1
x-Wichita Wild860.5716325132–5
*Sioux Falls Storm68.4297124553–4
Sioux City Bandits4100.2864506451–8

2009 Indoor Football League Season Summary

* Forfeited due to insurance violation

DateOpponentResult
March 8@ Bloomington ExtremeWon 50–47 *
March 19@ Rochester RaidersWon 31–18 *
March 29Omaha BeefWon 67–49 *
April 4@ Wichita WildWon 45–41 *
April 11@ Sioux City BanditsWon 46–13 *
April 18Sioux City BanditsWon 53–32
April 25@ Billings OutlawsLost 42–41
May 9Muskegon ThunderWon 74–13
May 16Wichita WildWon 49–21
May 23@ Muskegon ThunderWon 87–26
June 6@ Billings OutlawsLost 70–35
June 13Billings OutlawsLost 34–22
June 20Fairbanks GrizzliesWon 58–18
July 11Sioux City BanditsWon 54–31

2010 Season Schedule[edit]

2010 Central West Division
WLTPCTGBDIVPFPASTK
y-Sioux Falls Storm11300.786---9-2665524W1
x-Wichita Wild9500.6432.07-4639522L1
x-Omaha Beef9500.6432.06-4497435W2
Sioux City Bandits41000.2867.03-9539726L6
Colorado Ice21200.1439.01-7531684L3

2010 Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
March 6@ Omaha BeefWon 54–47
March 13@ Wichita WildWon 43–34
March 22Billings OutlawsWon 37–31
March 28La Crosse SpartansWon 45–13
April 3Wichita WildLost 44–26
April 10@ Sioux City BanditsWon 57–23
April 17@ Wichita WildWon 34–27
May 1Colorado IceWon 41–28
May 8@ Sioux City BanditsWon 43–38
May 15Omaha BeefLost 43–37
May 29Omaha BeefWon 57–56 OT
June 5@ Colorado IceWon 73–44
June 12@ Billings OutlawsLost 60–40
June 19Sioux City BanditsWon 78–36
June 26Omaha BeefWon 42–23
July 3Chicago SlaughterWon 47–33
July 10Wichita WildWon 52–34
July 17@ Billings OutlawsLost 43–34

2011 Season Schedule[edit]

Main article: 2011 Sioux Falls Storm season
2011 Great Plains Division
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y Sioux Falls Storm13100.92910224575-1---L1
x Omaha Beef9500.6436155235-14.0W1
Wichita Wild6800.4295716181-57.0W2
Nebraska Danger31100.2146177881-510.0L8

2011 Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
February 25@ Kent PredatorsWon 105–71
March 14Wenatchee Valley VenomWon 80–19
March 21Nebraska DangerWon 80–32
March 26@ Wichita WildWon 92–20
April 3Omaha BeefWon 48–38
April 15La Crosse SpartansWon 77–10
April 23@ Bricktown BrawlersWon 84–30
April 30@ Nebraska DangerWon 78–56
May 7Bloomington ExtremeWon 60–28
May 15Green Bay BlizzardWon 57–38
May 20@ Wyoming CavalryWon 70–30
May 28Wichita WildWon 78–16
June 4@ Chicago SlaughterWon 76–28
June 11@ Omaha BeefLost 41–37
June 25Omaha BeefWon 52–39
July 9Green Bay BlizzardWon 52–12
July 16Tri-Cities FeverWon 37–10

2012 Season Schedule[edit]

Main article: 2012 Sioux Falls Storm season
2012 United Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y Sioux Falls Storm14001.0009415637-0---W14
x Green Bay Blizzard11300.78678758610-33.0W3
x Bloomington Edge10400.71467360410-34.0W1
x Lehigh Valley Steelhawks6800.4296056156-88.0W1
Omaha Beef6800.4296356963-34.0L2
Chicago Slaughter6800.4296577146-84.0L1
Cedar Rapids Titans41000.2865096314-010.0W1
Reading Express21200.1435347737-112.0L5

2012 Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
February 26Green Bay BlizzardWon 73–43
March 9@ Wichita WildWon 81–54
March 24@ Reading ExpressWon 75-42
April 1Cedar Rapids TitansWon 69-29
April 8Chicago SlaughterWon 73-45
April 14@ Allen WranglersWon 52-45
April 21Nebraska DangerWon 76-49
April 28@ Omaha BeefWon 49-37
May 12Tri-Cities FeverWon 55-16
May 19@ Green Bay BlizzardWon 66-39
May 26@ Tri-Cities FeverWon 73-72 OT
June 1@ Wyoming CavalryWon 71-46
June 9Colorado IceWon 69-26
June 23Lehigh Valley SteelhawksWon 79–21
June 30Green Bay BlizzardWon 61–42
July 14Tri-Cities FeverWon 59–32

2013 Season Schedule[edit]

2013 United Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y - Sioux Falls Storm1040.7146455004-20.0W3
x - Cedar Rapids Titans950.6437445696-41.0w2
Chicago Slaughter950.6435986026-51.0W2
Texas Revolution590.3575637473-46.0L2
Green Bay Blizzard4100.2866226522-66.0L5

2013 Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
February 15@ Green Bay BlizzardWon 64-41
March 2@ Nebraska DangerLost 30–21
March 17Wyoming CavalryWon 67-7
March 24@Colorado IceLost 37–33
April 7Green Bay BlizzardWon 48-29
April 12@ Tri-Cities FeverWon 56-43
April 20Colorado IceWon 45-43
April 27@ Chicago SlaughterLost 61–56
May 4Nebraska DangerWon 43-41
May 11@ Cedar Rapids TitansLost 52–18
May 18Chicago SlaughterWon 53-38
May 25Cedar Rapids TitansWon 30-24
June 8Texas RevolutionWon 59-16
June 15@Texas RevolutionWon 52-38
June 22Cedar Rapids TitansWon 44-20
June 29Nebraska DangerWon 43–40

2014 Season Schedule[edit]

2014 United Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
Sioux Falls Storm7001.0004182602-00.0W7
Cedar Rapids Titans610.8573602814-11.0W6
Bemidji Axemen340.4293162981-24.0L1
Texas Revolution240.3332292602-04.5L3
Green Bay Blizzard070.0002794270-67.0L7

2014 Indoor Football League Season Summary

DateOpponentResult
February 21Nebraska DangerWon 52-35
February 28@ Colorado IceWon 41-30
March 8@ Tri-Cities FeverWon 47-40
March 16Colorado IceWon 50-37
March 30Green Bay BlizzardWon 86-42
April 12@ Green Bay BlizzardWon 78-47
April 19Wyoming CavalryWon 64-29
May 2@ Wyoming CavalryWon 69-51
May 10Cedar Rapids TitansWon 48-36
May 17Bemidji AxemenWon 34-13
May 24@ Texas RevolutionWon 69-42
May 31@ Nebraska DangerWon 45-20
June 7Texas RevolutionWon 34-29
June 14@Cedar Rapids Titans-

Year-by-Year Leaders (2001–2013)[edit]

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Single Season Records[edit]

Passing[edit]

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Receiving[edit]

Special teams[edit]

All Purpose Yards[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Defense[edit]

Career Records[edit]

Passing[edit]

Rushing[edit]

Receiving[edit]

All Purpose Yards[edit]

Special teams[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Defense[edit]

Single Game Postseason Records[edit]

Passing[edit]

Rushing[edit]

Receiving[edit]

All Purpose Yards[edit]

Special Teams[edit]

Defense[edit]

Career Postseason Records[edit]

Passing[edit]

Rushing[edit]

Receiving[edit]

All Purpose Yards[edit]

Special Teams[edit]

Defense[edit]

References[edit]

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