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Norfolk Nighthawks

The Norfolk Nighthawks are a now-defunct charter member of the AF2. They played their home games at The Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia. After a very impressive inaugural season, the Nighthawks never made it back to the playoffs and ceased all operations after the 2003 Af2 season. The Nighthawks coaches were: Deatrich Wise (2000-01), Mike Buck (2002), and Rick Frazier (2003). The assistant coaches were: Ron Hill, Offensive Coordinator, Ed Cunningham, Line coach, Keith Easley, Defence and Quality Control and Rich Salzer, Special Teams. The primary owners were: Kenny Easley, Jr (2000-02), Bruce Smith (2000-03) and Billy Mann, who was also the General Manager. Patricia Easley and Adianna Manzella were the front office leaders. Corporate Sales was covered by Don Mears, Sr.

Season-By-Season

|- |2000 || 11 || 7 || 0 || 2nd AC || Won Round 1 (Norfolk 41, Jacksonville 28)
Lost Semifinals (Quad City 75, Norfolk 27) |- |2001 || 8 || 8 || 0 || 3rd AC Northeast || -- |- |2002 || 8 || 8 || 0 || 3rd AC Atlantic || -- |- |2003 || 8 || 8 || 0 || 3rd AC Atlantic || -- |- !Totals || 35 || 31 || 0 |colspan="2"| (including playoffs) |}

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  • Norfolk Nighthawks on ArenaFan.com
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