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Tucson Monsoon

Tucson Monsoon
Founded 2006
League Independent Women's Football League
Team history 2006-present
Based in Tucson, Arizona
Stadium Rincon High School & Sahauro High School
Colors teal, red, black
Owner(s) Robert and Kristie Godbout
Head coach Ben Hite
Championships 0
Division titles 0

The Tucson Monsoon is a football team in the Independent Women's Football League based in Tucson, Arizona. Home games are played on the campuses of Rincon High School & Sahauro High School.

Season-By-Season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Tucson Monsoon (IWFL)
2006 0 6 0 X-Team --
2007 1 7 0 4th West Pacific Southwest --
2008 2 6 0 4th Tier I West Pacific Southwest --
2009 5 3 0 14th Tier II --
2010* 1 2 0 2nd Tier II West Pacific West --
Totals 9 24 0

* = Current Standing

Season schedules

2009

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 11 New Mexico Menace Home Won 8-0
April 25 Modesto Maniax Away Won 12-8
May 2 New Mexico Menace Away Won 54-0
May 9 Southern California Breakers Home Won 14-13
May 16 Southern California Breakers Away Lost 6-32
May 23 New Mexico Menace Away Won 55-7
May 30 Los Angeles Amazons Home Lost 0-57
June 13 Seattle Majestics Home Lost 0-55

2010

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 3 Southern California Breakers Home Won 3-0
April 10 California Quake Home Lost 20-60
April 17 So Cal Scorpions Away Lost 0-54
May 1 California Quake Home
May 8 Southern California Breakers Away
May 22 So Cal Scorpions Home
May 29 Sacramento Sirens Away
June 5 Seattle Majestics Away

External links

  • Tucson Monsoon official website
  • IWFL official website


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