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Deirdre "D.D." Lewis
Madame President

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FAUX's first female champion, Deirdre Lewis (nee Connor) originally joined FAUX as a co-owner of the 1990 Chicago Chick Conspiracy, with Maureen Corr (nee Ruane). In 1991, when Lewis and Corr split to form their own teams, the Phoenix Femmes Fatale were founded. Their modest, wildcard-winning 6 - 6 - 1 debut, respectable for an expansion franchise, gave no warning of the juggernaut that had been unleashed. By 1993, the Femmes Fatale reached the FAUX pinnacle, winning FAUX Bowl IV becoming the original Champion Chick. The Femmes Fatale rank among the top franchises in many statistical categories, including wins, winning percentage, points scored, and playoff appearances. Phoenix topped the 100-win mark in 2004. Though they have never won less than 5 games in any FAUX season, following their 5-9 season in 2006, the franchise slipped below the .500 mark (.498) for the first time in Femmes history.
Femmes Fatale's Historical Regular Records
YEAR W L T YEAR W L T YEAR W L T YEAR W L T
1990* 7 5 1 1991 6 6 1 1992 8 6 0 1993 8 6 0
1994 5 8 1 1995 10 4 0 1996 9 5 0 1997 9 5 0
1998 10 4 0 1999 6 8 0 2000 2 12 0 2001 7 7 0
2002 6 8 0 2003 5 9 0 2004 7 7 0 2005 6 8 0
2006 5 9 0 2007 3 11 0 2008 - - - 2009 - - -
TOTAL 119 128 3

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*1990 record is for co-owned Chicago Chick Conspiracy (franchise split into today's Phoenix Femmes Fatale and Vera Cruz Vipers)

Founded: 1990

Home Field: Mata Hari Memorial Coliseum

Team Colors: Scarlet and Black

Franchise Names:
  • Chicago Chick Conspiracy (1990)
  • Phoenix Femmes Fatale (1991, 1993 - Present)
  • Philadelphia Phantoms (1992)

Winning Percentage: .507 (111 - 108 - 3)

FAUX Championship: 1993

Division Titles:
  • 2001 Oyharcabal Division
Wildcard Playoff Appearances:
  • 1990*
  • 1991
  • 1992
  • 1993
  • 1995
  • 1996
  • 1997
  • 1998