Richmond Revolution Announces 2 New Players
The Richmond Revolution also announced at the press conference that they have signed former University of Richmond Spider Derek Stoudt to a contract for the 2010 season. Stoudt is a 2007 graduate of U of R, starting for four seasons. He began his career as a redshirt freshman playing left guard, ultimately moving to center for the rest of his career.
In addition to signing Stoudt, the Revolution announced they had acquired DL Jason Holman, formerly of the reigning IFL Champion Billings Outlaws. Holman played in 6 games with the Outlaws last season, compiling 11.5 tackles, 3 of which were for a loss. He also added a sack and forced fumble in his playing time. Prior to his time with Billings, Holman was on the practice squad with the Colorado Crush of the AFL, after 2 years at Winston Salem State University in North Carolina. Holman totaled 74 total tackles, 14 for loss, with 3 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 1 recovery in his two seasons at WSSU. He was a first team all CIAA his first season with the team, one year after transferring from the University of Maryland. Holman is a native of Midlothian, VA.
SportsQuest, and the Richmond Revolution, are a member of the Indoor Football League. SportsQuest is in the process of building a 250 acre multi-purpose, multi-sport campus in the Chesterfield area of Virginia. The campus is designed to host athletes of all skill levels, from recreational to Olympic training. Among their plans is the creation of an arena that will house hockey, basketball and indoor football. The arena will be up and running by 2011, but the expansion IFL franchise will begin play in 2010 at the Arthur Ashe Athletic Center.
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