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D.C. Divas Hall of Fame Finalist #20 of 20 Tara Kallal Wide receiver, 2001-2009, 2011 Wide receivers coach, 2012-present Prolific wide receiver who scored touchdowns through the air and on the ground...played ten seasons for the Divas, one of eight players to spend at least a decade in a Divas uniform...first team All-American in 2003 and 2007...second team All-American in 2004...only player to lead the team in receiving touchdowns four different seasons (2001, 2004, 2006, and 2007)... ranks third in team history with 44 career touchdowns...transitioned from playing to teaching wide receivers in 2012...has served as the Divas’ wide receivers coach for the past three seasons. http://dcdivas.com/team/players/tara-kallal/

D.C. Divas Hall of Fame Finalist #19 of 20 Monica Livingston Running back, 2002-2007 Elusive running back who stood out in a crowded backfield...set a Divas team record with an 80-yard touchdown run in her first career game against the Rochester Raptors in 2002...rushed for over 1,000 yards and 13 touchdowns from 2002-2005 despite sharing carries with Donna Wilkinson and LaShawn Foust...second team All-American in 2004...had her talented career cut short when she suffered a devastating leg injury against the Cincinnati Sizzle on June 11, 2005...after two years of rehabilitation, authored an inspirational finish to her career by returning to rush for one final career touchdown against the Cape Fear Thunder on June 30, 2007. http://vimeo.com/65668529

D.C. Divas Hall of Fame Finalist #18 of 20 Claudia Hogan Fullback, 2002-2009 One of the toughest, most hard-nosed players in Divas history...played eight grueling seasons at the fullback position...took joy in fiercely protecting Divas quarterbacks...led the way for a host of Divas running backs, many of whom rushed for 1,000-yard seasons behind her blocking...second team All-American in 2003 and a first team All-American in 2004...suffered a knee injury in the first half of the 2009 national championship game that ended a stellar career. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZF8ShnXfSU

D.C. Divas Hall of Fame Finalist #17 of 20 Natalie Randolph Wide receiver, 2004-2008 Receiver who was equally as effective as a rusher...rushed for a touchdown in her first career game in 2004...set a Divas single-season record in 2005 with 12.5 yards per rushing attempt that year...third-leading receiver on the Divas’ 2006 national championship team...retired from the Divas after five seasons...made national headlines in 2010 when she was hired as the head football coach at Coolidge High School in DC, becoming one of the first women to coach a high school football team...displayed poise and class in the media spotlight, which brought positive attention to both the Divas organization and the sport of women’s football...coached four seasons at Coolidge, leading them to two playoff appearances and a berth in the 2011 Turkey Bowl before stepping down in 2013. http://dcdivas.com/news/press/natalie-randolph-press/


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