(LITTLE ROCK, AR) After a 20-month absence, it did not take long for the St. Louis SLAM women’s professional tackle football franchise to re-establish themselves as a major threat in the Women’s Football Alliance.
Idle during the 2018 season, the SLAM used their winning combination of a powerful offense and a lock down defense en route to a 35-0 road victory over the Arkansas Wildcats Saturday night at Quigley Stadium.
The contest marked the first time the SLAM had taken to the turf since their July 2017 WFA Tier II Championship victory.
Leading 21-0 at intermission, St. Louis posted individual scores in the remaining two quarters while the defense held the Wildcats, who only rostered 13 players for the evening, to minimal yardage.
The SLAM begins their home campaign this Saturday night with a Show-Me State tussle with the KC Titans (0-1), who fell to the Minnesota Vixen this weekend, 17-13.
The kickoff for the home opener at St. Mary’s High School (4701 South Grand, St. Louis, MO) is at 7 pm. A four-game season ticket package is available for $40 AT THIS LINK.