The long-awaited first matches of the region’s Division I women’s soccer spring season are underway after most programs endured a 15-month stretch of no competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Only Boston College had games last fall.
Among the 19 teams from New England that are competing – New England’s four in the Ivy League aren’t – is a collection of quality players. Some are still in the early stages of their NCAA careers, while others are at the tail end.
Given that dynamic, we’ve spotlighted 10 players from around New England’s D-I women’s soccer scene who should lead the way.