Two Additional Recruits Added To The Women's Soccer Class of 2014
May 13, 2014
Chestnut Hill, Mass. -
The Boston College women's soccer program will add two new members to the Class of 2014, as announced by head coach Alison Foley this afternoon. The Eagles will add Holly Confalone from Summit, New Jersey and Camille Didio from Oradell, New Jersey to the 2014 roster.
Confalone and Didio will join Alexis Bryant from Maryland, Darien Dunham from Connecticut., Madison Kenny from New Jersey and Allyson Swaby from Connecticut for a total of six new additions to the women's soccer team.
Holly Confalone - Midfield - Summit, New Jersey
Played for Summit High School...four year varsity starter...member of the Match Fit Chelsea Colchester Club team...received National Training Center invite in 2012...USYS Nationals participant in 2011 and 2013... All-Group 3 second team ... All-Union County first team ... All Watching Conference first team ...Region 1 Champion in 2011...Disney College Showcase Champion in 2012 ...
Camille Didio - Midfield - Oradell, New Jersey
Played at Immaculate Heart Academy ... team captain ... All-Big North Conference first team honoree as a senior ... New Jersey State Championship runner up ... New Jersey Sectional Champions ... Finished with 14 goals and 10 assists ... Ranked Regional No. 19 by Top Drawer Soccer ... NSCAA All Region II honoree ... All-State first team ... All North Jersey Bergen Record and All Bergen County first team recipient ... Named in the Top 20 Players to watch in New Jersey by the NJGSIA.
The new Eagles will join a team that has advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 11th consecutive season and to their third Elite Eight. Under coach Foley, BC has earned 12 trips to the NCAA Tournament, eight trips to the Sweet 16, three Elite Eight appearances and one College Cup.
Boston College will open up the 2014 season in mid-August. It will mark head coach Alison Foley's 18th season at the helm. She is the winningest coach in women's soccer program history with an impressive 225-113-33 record at the Heights.