NFL, NBA, NHL stats

Salt Lake Stallions Post Game Notes

February 11, 2019 - Alliance of American Football (AAF) - Salt Lake Stallions News Release


Team captains for the Stallions were No. 6 QB Josh Woodrum and No. 51 LB Greer Martini.

On the very first snap in franchise history, QB Josh Woodrum found TE Anthony Denham for a four-yard pass over the middle came on Asiata's

RB Matt Asiata scored the first Stallions touchdown in franchise history. The one-yard blast up the middle came on only his second carry in the Alliance.

The first touchdown catch in Stallions history came on a two-yard pass from QB Josh Woodrum to WR Jordan Leslie with :13 left on the game clock in the first half.

A single game-high 5:59 scoring drive ended on a seven-yard elevated throw from QB Matt Linehan to TE Nick Truesdell in the back of the end zone.

Despite the loss, the Stallions held the Hotshots to 33% conversion rate on third down having only converted four times on 12 attempts.


QB Josh Woodrum finished the first half of the Stallions inaugural game completing 10/22 attempts for 103 yards, one touchdown and one interception, but left the game early due to a hamstring injury.

Denham hauled in five receptions on seven passing attempts, averaging 11.8 yards per catch. The longest reception of the day for the Stallions came on a 30-yard pass to the deep left before the two-minute warning in the first half.

Stallions RB Joel Bouagnon launched the Stallions rushing attack tallying 16 rushing attempts with a season-high of a nine-yard rush.

• Discuss this story on the Alliance of American Football message board...

Alliance of American Football Stories from February 11, 2019

The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.

Other Recent Salt Lake Stallions Stories

Sports Statistics from the Stats Crew