When it comes to Division III women’s soccer, few regions can stack up against what New England has to offer.
The NESCAC is arguably the top conference around, with Williams bringing home three national titles from 2015-18 and the likes of Amherst, Middlebury and Tufts also dangerous. Beyond that, the NEWMAC has formidable programs such as MIT and Springfield, and the UAA is home to Brandeis.
One major driver behind these programs being successful is the student-athletes they recruit, whether it’s locally or nationally. So, we went about highlighting some of New England’s top D-III classes for 2020.
Odds are these players will be shaping the local D-III landscape for years to come. Let’s get underway: