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Fresno Frenzy

Fresno Frenzy
Fresno Frenzy
Founded 2001
Folded 2002
League AF2
Conference National
Division West
Based in Fresno, California
Arena Selland Arena

The Fresno Frenzy were an expansion Cape Fear Wildcats, Hawaiian Islanders, Mobile Wizards, Mohegan Wolves, New Haven Ninjas, San Diego Riptide & the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers. In 2002, they played their home games in Selland Arena, in which they finished 4-12, dead last in the Western Division of the National Conference. Despite going an even 4-4 in Fresno, they bombshelled on the road, going 0-8 that season. After the 2002 season, they folded after one year in Fresno. Arena football would return later to Fresno in 2004, when the original Bakersfield Blitz moved to Fresno, and called themselves the Central Valley Coyotes.


ArenaCup Champions ArenaCup Appearances Division Champions Playoff Berth
Season League Conference Division Regular season Postseason Results
Finish Wins Losses
Fresno Frenzy
2002 AF2 National Western 4th 4 12

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