The Lady Crushers will be playing in the Women’s Football Alliance League. Our team is a non-profit organization and consists of adult women ages 18 and older. We are based out of the Corpus Christi area. We are proud of the achievements and hard work of the women associated with our team. We have members of all ages attending college or hoping to be scouted and receive some type of scholarship to be able to attend college. Education is important and is one of our team goals. Other team goals are to : provided adults with organized competition in a safe environment, bring our adults closer together through common interest in sportsmanship and competition, instill the values of being role models to the younger generations, acquaint the players with the fundamentals of the game rules; running, kicking, blocking and tackling, teach sportsmanship, discipline and love of the game, and encourage the players to maintain positive behavior and to emphasize the importance of keeping a proper relationship and balance between education, work, family and athletic endeavors and lastly, helping the community by volunteering our time in charitable events, schools, hospitals, adult centers, etc. We look forward to your support in making our football season a smashing success..
The South Texas Lady Crushers had it first season in 2015 and was a huge success. The team was created by veterans to the semi-pro football industry Michele and Fred Wallace owners of The South Texas Bonecrushers. The South Texas Bonecrushers
Who is The Women's football Alliance or WFA?
The Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) was designed to create the largest and most competitive women’s tackle football league in the world. Women’s tackle football teams and leagues have been in existence for over four decades, but the most promising growth in the sport – both in the number of teams and in the level of competition – has taken place over the last five years. The South Texas Lady Crushers will be playing in The Women's Football Alliance.