Monday, May 30th, 2011
Presently, the Chicago Force has attained a record of 6-0. While the record in the loss column is unblemished, the season has had its fair amount of adversity. We, like most teams, have dealt with poor weather (snow, wind, rain), injuries, long junkets away from home, and extremely tough opponents throughout this season. I am very proud of the professional manner with which the ladies have handled the adversities. Adversity - in life and sports - is what defines our character as people and organizations. I am proud to call myself the head coach of the Chicago Force not because we are currently undefeated and have earned a fair amount of success throughout the years of the organization. My pride stems from how the women in the organization carry themselves both on and off the field of play. Force, Family, Finish!
Friday, May 13th, 2011
After four weeks of football and over sixty practices, the Force is about to take on the West Michigan Mayhem. During that time frame the Chicago Force has taken on two former women’s football champs and came up victorious. Sitting at 4-0, has not been easy and would not have been possible if all three phases of the team (offense, defense, and special teams) were not playing at a high level throughout the first four contests.
Throughout the years, many people ask me the strength of the Chicago Force and I point out that our biggest strength is we play as a team. The 2011 team has dubbed themselves the “Band of Sisters.” This type of camaraderie pays huge dividends when the team takes the field against their opponent(s). The “Band of Sisters” has pledged to celebrate successes together and pick each other up after a breakdown. As a coach, when your team vows to play as team your job becomes much easier.
1722 W. Jarvis Chicago, IL 60626
Another web design by: MetlerMedia