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NCAA Jan 20, 2021

Boston University signs Amy Thompson on transfer from Tennessee

BOSTON – With the spring season approaching, Boston University women’s soccer head coach Nancy Feldman announced that Amy Thompson (Ashburn, Va.) will join the roster.

Thompson arrives to Boston after spending three seasons at the University of Tennessee. As a freshman, Thompson played in 19 games with three starts, and saw action in 16 games, making six starts, during her sophomore campaign. In a shortened 2020 season, she played in six games, and tallied three goals and four assists during her time with the Volunteers.

“Amy was a prospect that we identified coming out of high school that we felt could make an immediate impact in our Terrier program,” said Feldman. “In the last two years, she has proven to be a dynamic attacking personality at the collegiate level. She is a hard worker, will extend for her teammates and is someone who brings her passion to play and compete every day.”

Off the field, Thompson earned spots on the 2019 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll as well as the 2018 SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll.

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