Path of the Lycans
The Chicago Wildcats (debuting in the SFL Season 9) compiled an all-time record of 44-40; while making 4 SFL Playoff appearances (Seasons 9, 11, 13, and 14).
Season 9: 8-4 (Playoffs)
Season 10: 3-9
Season 11: 8-4 (Playoffs)
Season 12: 6-6
Season 13: 8-4 (Playoffs)
Season 14: 7-5 (Playoffs)
Season 15: 4-8
With a controversial ending of Season 15, the Chicago Wildcats were put up for sale. An Ownership Group comprised of Tom Ramen (Las Vegas Fury) and Rachelle Colston (Carolina Skyhawks) won the bidding war for the former Chicago team. They relocated the team to Los Angeles; and, the Lycans were born!
The Lycans are the second team to ever play in Los Angeles (The Sharks played Seasons 7 and 8). They are also (with the inclusion of the LA Sharks) the fifth team to play in California: San Francisco Bulldogs (Season 3-6), San Francisco Sharks (Seasons 10-13), and the San Diego Mavericks (Season 16-present).
Owner: Tom Ramen
Owner: Rachelle Colston
Minority Owner/Social Media Director: Sully Richardson
Minority Owner: Ryan Yoseph
General Manager: Logan Jack
Director of Scouting: Ace Blackwell
Head Coach: Rachelle Colston
Offensive Coordinator: Ryan Yoseph
Defensive Coordinator: Sully Richardson
Offensive Line Coach: Tom Ramen, Jr.
Overall Record: 26-41 (6-16 Pacific)
Season 16: 6-6 (2-2 Pacific; Playoffs)
Season 17: 7-5 (2-2 Pacific; Playoffs)
Season 18: 4-8 (1-3 Pacific)
Season 19: 3-9 (1-3 Pacific)
Season 20: 3-9 (0-4 Pacific)
Season 21: 3-4 (0-2 Pacific)