Our January-February 2021 magazine shines the spotlight on New England's Division III soccer landscape, with 10 pages devoted to conference-by-conference snapshots.
Naturally, one area of focus is the NESCAC. Often regarded as the country’s top D-III soccer conference, it contains 11 programs from around the Northeast. Ten are in New England, with national championship contenders always in strong supply.
Here's a quick rundown on the 11 NESCAC women's soccer programs, acting as a guide for players, coaches, alumni and family members alike.
The NESCAC didn't compete during the Fall 2020 semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, though there's optimism around teams returning to action next school year. These capsules were compiled by Kyle McCarthy, NESJ's assistant assistant editor and senior writer.