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Had the US Soccer Spring College Program been held this year, New Hampshire would be gearing up for a game at UConn this Friday. They’d already have a matchup against Boston College under their belt, too.
But those plans came to a halt in mid-March when spring college seasons were cancelled due to the then-nascent COVID-19 pandemic. The Wildcats, fresh off three straight NCAA tournament appearances and back-to-back America East titles, had already scrimmaged new USL League One side Revolution II.