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Corpus Christi Sharks

Corpus Christi Sharks
Corpus Christi Sharks
Founded 2006
Folded 2009
League AF2
Conference National
Division Southwest
Based in Corpus Christi, Texas
Arena American Bank Center

The Corpus Christi Sharks were a 2007 expansion member of the af2. They played their home games at the American Bank Center. Michael Trigg was the team's head coach. [1] Trigg previously was a head coach in the Arena Football League with the Milwaukee Mustangs, Grand Rapids Rampage and Philadelphia Soul, coaching the Rampage to victory in ArenaBowl XV. The Sharks folded in October 2009.

The team is not to be confused with the Corpus Christi Hammerheads of the Indoor Football League, the American Bank Center's former tenant now playing again at the American Bank Center, as the Sharks have since folded, there isn't competition in trying to schedule games that might occur on the same day.

Season-By-Season

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2007 6 10 0 3rd NC Southwest --
2008 7 9 0 4th NC Southwest --
2009 2 14 0 4th NC Southwest --
Totals 15 33 0

Coaches

  • Michael Trigg 2007 Head Coach, Director of Football Operations
  • Luke Byrnes 2009 Offensive Coordinator
  • Quinn Cairo 2009 Defensive Coordinator
  • Johnny Flores 2007 Assistant Coach, OL/DL, FB/LB
  • Sven Offerson 2007 Equipment Manager

External links

  • Official Website
  • Corpus Christi Sharks at ArenaFan.com


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