Popular Soccer Athletes From New Hampshire and Their Clubs

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New Hampshire has produced several notable soccer athletes in the history of soccer in the United States. This article examines some of them.

Morgan Elizabeth Andrews

Morgan was born on March 25, 1995, and raised in Milford, New Hampshire. She attended Milford High School where she was the captain of the varsity soccer team.

Andrews attended the University of Notre Dame for two years where she played for the university team, Fighting Irish, from 2013 to 2014. Then she transferred to the University of Southern California, playing for the Trojans in 2015.

Professionally, she played for the Boston Breakers and Reign FC in the NWSL. Andrews has represented the United States on multiple youth national teams.

Joshua Bauer

Bauer, 23, is a defender for MLS club Atlanta United who grew up in New Hampshire and played for GPS New Hampshire Classic Elite in the Youth Soccer Cadre, with a college soccer career with the New Hampshire Wildcats.

Austin Brummett

This 17-year-old plays as a forward for the New York Red Bulls II in the USL Championship. He was born in Bow, New Hampshire, and played for Seacoast United before joining the Seattle Sounders FC Academy in 2017. In February 2021, Brummett signed a contract with New York Red Bulls II where he currently plays.

Stefan Defregger

Born on January 31, 1993, in Gilford, New Hampshire, Stefan is a former soccer player who played college soccer for Dartmouth College between 2011 and 2014. He also played professionally for USL side Wilmington Hammerheads.

Joshua Grenier

He is a retired soccer player born in Manchester, New Hampshire. He played college soccer for New Hampshire College (now Southern New Hampshire University) and Clayton State University. He later played professionally in Germany.

Rachel Morgan Hill

Born in Rollinsford, New Hampshire, Rachel Hill played youth soccer from the age of 4 until 14 with ROSO S.C. (Rollinsford Somersworth Soccer Club). She also played for Seacoast United from their U-14 program through U-18, winning Super Y-League national championships in 2009 (U-14) and 2011 (U-16). Hill currently plays as a forward for the Chicago Red Stars in the NWSL.

New Hampshire has produced so many soccer athletes plying their trade in various soccer clubs all over major leagues in the world. Contact us to know more.

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