AFL’s Dannie Seow to coach the Centennial Tigers

Colorado’s Centennial Tigers are thrilled to officially announce Dannie Seow as the club’s new head coach. A native of Melbourne, Dannie played several years in the 1980s and ‘90s for the AFL’s Collingwood Magpies and Melbourne Demons. His depth of knowledge, love of the game and dedication to the team will prove invaluable to theContinue reading “AFL’s Dannie Seow to coach the Centennial Tigers”

Tigers featured on local news station

The Centennial Tigers were recently featured on a new sports segment on KUSA 9NEWS that spotlights women and marginalized sports groups who continue playing post school. Sports reporter Arielle Orsuto spent the morning with the Tigers, finding out more about who we are and what we stand for. Check out the article here, and viewContinue reading “Tigers featured on local news station”

Tigers hold AGM, grow Board to 9

The Centennial Tigers hosted its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in late 2020, adding two additional board members for a total of nine representatives. The Board voted to add Jessie Coatney and Joliet “Baby J” Moya to the Board as at-large members. Jessie will assist with recruitment and retention, social planning and events. Baby J willContinue reading “Tigers hold AGM, grow Board to 9”

Tigers awarded female athlete grant

The Centennial Tigers were recently awarded a cash grant from The Female Athlete Network (The F.A.N.) to help subsidize annual costs incurred–this is the second consecutive year The F.A.N. has awarded a grant to the Centennial Tigers. Typically, awardees convene at an annual banquet in Fort Collins, Colorado, but due to COVID-19, The F.A.N. hostedContinue reading “Tigers awarded female athlete grant”

Overcoming social anxiety, becoming part of a tribe

Amanda Newell is a founding member of the Centennial Tigers. Read about how she has learned to overcome some of her social anxiety by immersing herself in footy. Social anxiety has had a crippling grip on me for as long as I can remember. Meeting new people or being in an unfamiliar setting or experienceContinue reading “Overcoming social anxiety, becoming part of a tribe”