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Baltimore Burn

Baltimore Burn
Founded 2001
League NWFL/NWFA (2001-2008)
WFA (2009-2010)
WSFL (2011-present)
Team history Baltimore Burn (2001-present)
Based in Baltimore, Maryland
Stadium Utz Towardowizc field at Patterson Park, Baltimore, MD
Colors Black, red, gold
Owner(s) Debra Miller
Head coach Remo Burnett
Championships 1
Division titles

6 (2002 NWFL Mid-Atlantic)
(2007 NWFA Northern South)
(2010 WFA East)
2011 WSFL National Champions

(2011 WSFL American Conference)
(2011 WSFL Northeast)

The Baltimore Burn is a Women's American football team in the Women's Spring Football League (2011). Formerly a member of the National Women's Football League (2001-2002, National Women's Football Association (2003-2008), and Women's Football Alliance (2009-2011), they played at Art Modell Field on the campus of Mergenthaler Vocational Technical Senior High School. In 2013 they relocated their Home field to Utz Towardowizc field in Patterson Park as they continue to be a member of the Women's Spring Football League.

Season-By-Season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Baltimore Burn (NWFL)
2001 0 7 0 5th Northeast --
2002 7 1 0 1st Mid-Atlantic Lost League Quarterfinals (Philadelphia)
Baltimore Burn (NWFA)
2003 6 2 0 2nd Mid-Atlantic Lost NC Quarterfinals (Cleveland)
2004 4 4 0 4th Mid-Atlantic --
2005 4 4 0 11th North --
2006 4 4 0 2nd North Atlantic Central --
2007 4 4 0 1st North South Lost NC Quarterfinals (West Michigan)
2008 2 6 0 3rd North East --
Baltimore Burn (WFA)
2009 6 2 0 3rd National Northeast --
2010 6 2 0 1st National East Lost NC Quarterfinals (Columbus)
Baltimore Burn (WSFL)
2011 6 0 0 1st Northeast Won WSFL Championship
2012 3 2 0 2nd Northeast Lost Northeast Divisional Championship (New Jersey)
Totals 52 43 0 (including playoffs)

Season schedules

2009

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 Connecticut Cyclones Away Won 6-0**
April 25 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Home Lost 8-43
May 9 Keystone Assault Away Won 20-16
May 16 Connecticut Cyclones Home Won 6-0**
May 30 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Away Lost 10-13
June 6 Keystone Assault Home Won 44-22
June 13 Binghamton Tiger Cats Away Won 56-6
June 20 New Jersey Titans Home Lost 0-6**

** = Game won by forfeit

2010

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 10 New England Nightmare Home Won 54-14
April 17 New Jersey Titans Away Won 62-36
May 1 Philadelphia Liberty Belles Away Lost 26-6
May 15 Southern Tier Spitfire Home Won 6-0
May 22 Keystone Assault Home Lost 24-34
June 5 New England Nightmare Away Won 28-20
June 12 New Jersey Titans Home Won 16-0
June 19 Keystone Assault Away Won 36-24
Post-Season
June 26 Columbus Comets Away Lost 8-67

2011

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 16 Binhamton Tiger Cats Away Won 22-0
April 23 Three River Explosion Home Won 48-6
April 30 New Jersey Justice Away Won 12-8
May 7 Steel City Renegades Home Won 6-0**
May 14 Three Rivers Xplosion Away Rescheduled
June 4 Binghamton Tiger Cats Home Won 48-0
June 11 Three River Xplosion Away Won 54-0
June 18 TBA Home
Post-Season

** = Game won by forfeit

External links

  • Baltimore Burn official website
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