Pittsburgh, PA, October 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Three Rivers Xplosion is one of two women’s football teams in Pittsburgh and the first team that was player-owned. The Three Rivers Xplosion prides itself in offering Pittsburgh women the chance to be a part of a close-knit team with guaranteed playing time for dedicated players. In support of the team, the Xplosion encourages individual players to raise a modest sponsorship goal which helps to cover team costs. Players for the Three Rivers Xplosion support each other both on and off the field, bringing to life their motto, “One Team, One Heart, One Mission.”
After taking home the Northeast Division Championship title for the WSFL’s 8-Man division in 2012, the team restructured its coaching staff, bringing former South Side Sabers coaches James “Doc” Creely and Mike Dusch into the fold. Under the guidance of a new coaching staff that boasts more than 20 years of experience, the Xplosion’s 2013 season was their highest-scoring season to date. The acting board seeks to build on that momentum by undertaking an ambitious schedule of try-outs and fundraising events that will see the 2015 season as the team’s strongest season yet.
The Three Rivers Xplosion invites women in the Pittsburgh area to receive the following:
- Hands-on coaching from experienced, knowledgeable coaching staff (no experience necessary)
- The opportunity to travel around the region, playing other women’s football teams
- The chance to be part of a team that feels and acts like family
About the Three Rivers Xplosion: The Three Rivers Xplosion was the first player-owned team in Pittsburgh and played their first season as an independent team before joining the WSFL in December of 2011. After taking home a WSFL championship in 2012, three players participated in a WSFL All-Star game. The streak continued when, in 2013, both offensive and defensive players were named WSFL All-Stars. The team is currently recruiting and seeking new sponsors to help make the 2015 season their best yet. For more information, email email@example.com or contact Kate Barrington at (412) 849-7035.