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San Diego Riptide

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San Diego Riptide

San Diego Riptide
San Diego Riptide
Founded 2002
Folded 2005
League AF2
Conference National
Division Western
Based in San Diego, California
Arena San Diego Sports Arena
Playoff berths 2002

The San Diego Riptide is a defunct af2 arena football team. The team played its home games at the San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego, California.

The team was originally coached by Cree Morris, then Mouse Davis and finally by Sean Ponder.

The Riptide never officially announced that it had ceased operations, but never came back from its hiatus after the 2005 season, and the af2 folded into the AFL following the latter's 2009 bankruptcy.


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2002 7 9 0 2nd NC Western Won Round 1 (San Diego 40, Bakersfield 27)
Lost NC Semifinals (Peoria 22, San Diego 12)
2003 6 10 0 4th NC Western --
2004 8 8 0 3rd NC Western --
2005 5 11 0 5th NC Western --
Totals 27 39 0 (including playoffs)

See also

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