Lake Charles LandSharks
Lake Charles, Louisiana
600 Loire Ave.
Lafayette, LA 70507
Phone (337) 886-BALL or (337) 477-FINS
Fax (337) 896-7652
News & Press Releases
NIFL president Shiver reports good year for Sharks, league
07/21/02 Lake Charles American Press
National Indoor Football League President and Lake Charles LandSharks owner Carolyn Shiver states things are going well for both the league and her team as the season draws to a close
Cats scratch Sharks, eliminate Lake Charles from playoffs
07/15/02 Lake Charles American Press
Lake Charles had made a knack for winning close games during the season, but the LandSharks' luck ran out when it came to the National Indoor Football League playoffs.
LandSharks look to avenge their only loss
07/14/02 Lake Charles American Press
The only team to score a win against the Lake Charles LandSharks returns today in the first round of the National Indoor Football League playoffs.
LandSharks' signal callers adjust quickly
07/12/02 Lake Charles American Press
Quarterback is one of the most important positions — if not the most important — in professional sports. Yet the Lake Charles LandSharks continue to win no matter how often they change signal callers.
NIFL fight for home-field edge in playoffs goes to court
07/03/02 Lake Charles American Press
The fight for home-field advantage in the National Indoor Football League playoffs will be finished in a courtroom.
LandSharks clinch home field advantage throughout playoffs
06/30/02 Lake Charles American Press
HOUMA — The Lake Charles LandSharks may not have gotten off to the start they were looking for, but they finished just fine in clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs
Sharks look to clinch homefield in postseason
06/29/02 Lake Charles American Press
The Lake Charles LandSharks regular season finale at Houma became a lot more important.
McAfee shows up former teammates with five TDs
06/23/02 Lake Charles American Press
Shadrick McAfee's former collegiate teammates were prepared for him. The rest of the Louisiana Rangers were not.