Former Boston College women’s soccer player Allyson Swaby, BC ’18, was selected for the Jamaica national team roster for the upcoming 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Former Eagles defender Allyson Swaby played all 270 minutes of the Reggae Girlz’s first-ever World Cup appearance, starting at center back in each of Jamaica’s Group C matches.
Right from the get-go, BC dominated every facet of its Friday night home opener against Vanderbilt. But one simple mental error, and the Eagles found themselves on the losing end.
Almost two-thirds of the Eagles’ roster consists of underclassmen. Young as ever, BC lost its first non-conference game since 2015 on Sunday. But that might turn out to be a blessing for Alison Foley’s team.
McKenzie Meehan scored her 50th career goal as BC’s defense dominated a 2-0 victory over Cincinnati.
The BC women’s hockey team cannot be stopped, taking down Columbia for their fifth win already in this young season.
In the land where stars and stripes and the eagles fly, Steph McCaffrey and Allyson Swaby fit right in after receiving U.S camp call-ups.