Tampa Bay Brigade vs Miami Freaks – Matchup Preview

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Tampa Bay Brigade vs Miami Freaks – Matchup Preview

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Saturday

7/3/2021

12:30 PM

Orange County Convention Center

 

This highly anticipated matchup is a re-match of the 2019 Championship match that was cancelled due to hurricane Irma leaving these teams Co-Champions of the 2019 Season.

The Miami Freaks and the Tampa Bay Brigade are used to placing high within their respective conferences with the Brigade winning the first 3 Seasons of the Northern Conference and the Freaks winning the South Conference in 2019 and just barely missing the other two Seasons.

Uncharacteristically, both teams are coming off a performance in the As 1 Tournament that placed both in the lower half of seeding and short of moving on to day 2.

Both are also battling missing key players on the male side of the roster but will be looking to overcome them and start off 2021 with a W.

Brigade - Match Active Roster
STARTERS

 

18 Jess Krezmien 1 Matt Cable
83 Sophia Davenport 12 Ricky Morgan
11 Marissa Oxenford 41 Roderick Holloway
20 Syndey Witter 21 Chris Garrand
21 Krysten Brockman 30 Chris Cioffi

 

ALTERNATES

15 Sam DeCristofaro (WildCard) 20 Mike Brower

Definitions:

Starter – the first 5 players in either gender allowed to play in a match.

Alternate – a non-starter that can be activated by benching an active player for the remainder of the match.

WildCard – the only alternate able to be activated without permanently benching an active player. A WC is limited to 2 races per match.

 

Freaks - Match Active Roster
STARTERS

 

11 Paula Leyes 26 Storm Kaufman
21 Winter Rodriguez 24 Joseph Gomez
7 Stephanie Rubio 1 Andres Montenegro
9 Samantha Secord 14 Ivan Gaitan
88 Erika Kaufman 15 Joey Kromosetro

 

ALTERNATES

28 Julie Gonzalez 99 Alex Alvarez
12 Alyssa Martinez (WildCard)    

Definitions:

Starter – the first 5 players in either gender allowed to play in a match.

Alternate – a non-starter that can be activated by benching an active player for the remainder of the match.

WildCard – the only alternate able to be activated without permanently benching an active player. A WC is limited to 2 races per match.

 

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