The Boston Militia defeated the D.C. Divas 32-25 in non-conference Women's Football Alliance [WFA] action on Saturday, June 9 at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Center in Landover, Md.
The Divas sought to avenge an early-season loss to Boston in a rematch at home on Saturday. The Militia are undefeated this season and are the defending WFA Champions. The Divas were the only team to defeat the Militia last season.
The Divas are the 2011 Northeast Division Champions and have won their division eight of the past nine seasons and became only the third team in WFA history to play in more than 100 games. They currently boast an 80-24 overall record in 11 seasons of play. Professional women's football is considered one of the fastest growing sports in the United States.
The team is comprised of exceptional women from around the community and country that have full-time jobs and are winners on and off the field. They are the most recent Super Bowl champions [2006 defeating the Oklahoma City Lightning 28-7] of the D.C. region.