The Indoor Football League (IFL) announced today that Commissioner Michael Allshouse has resigned to pursue other professional opportunities, effective immediately. The Board has begun a search for Allshouse's successor.
"After ten years of service to the IFL it is the right time for me to step away from the organization," said Allshouse. "I will look back fondly on my experience with the league, but it is time for me to explore other opportunities and challenges as I continue to grow professionally and personally."
IFL Chairwoman Kathy Treankler stated, "The IFL Board of Directors is grateful for Mike's years of service and leadership. Although we are sad to see him go, we fully support his decision and are thankful for his many accomplishments at the IFL. We wish him nothing but the best as he continues his professional career."
Allshouse joined the IFL as an intern in 2009. He went on to serve in the roles of Director of Communications, Director of Football Operations, and Assistant Commissioner before being promoted to Commissioner in 2013.
"I have always prided myself on leaving a situation in a better position than when I arrived, and I believe we achieved that goal," stated Allshouse.