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Team USA – Vicky Eddy, Boston Renegades

LB Vicky Eddy
Nickname: Eddy
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Vicky Eddy, Boston Renegades, Boston Football, Women’s Football, Team USA Football, USWNT, USA Women’s Football, Womens Football Alliance, Womens Professional Football, Womens World Games, Women’s Pro Football, Women’s Pro Tackle Football, NFL Women, Women’s Football, Football Women, Womens Tackle Football, Football, WFA football, NFL, pro football, WFA, women’s gridiron, Women’s Football Alliance, NCAA football, women’s sports, Title IX, tackle football, girls tackle football, Women’s World Championships, american football, Massey Ratings, BackseatCoach, Title IX Football, Flag FootballYears Playing:  17
Ht: 5’6″ Wt:  130 lbs.
Age: 36
DOB: 12/277
Born: Rutland, VT
High School: Rutland High School
College: Saint Anselm College (BA)  WPI (MS)
Played DII Collegiate Soccer and Softball

Favorite Sports Teams — New England Patriots
Occupation/years: Software Development Manager, Amazon Robotics (10yrs)
Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Lifting
Passions: Football, Hockey, Lifting
Other Sports played: Basketball

Why do you play football: It’s been a dream of mine since I was a little girl, as far as I can remember.  My entire family was big into football. I wanted to be like my Dad.

Pets: Cooper (mutt)

In her own words:

I’ve been a huge football fan since I was roughly 4 years old.  I wanted to play for my local high school, then Notre Dame, and then I wanted to be a receiver for John Elway on the Denver Broncos.  I picked the Broncos because they had a horse on their helmet, and what little girl doesn’t love horses?

As I got older I realized that I would never be allowed to play football.  I got into soccer, softball, and basketball.  During my sophomore year in college I heard about a women’s football league that was starting up. The closest team that I could find from my college in New Hampshire was the Connecticut Crush.  I quit the softball team, and drove 3+ hours each way to practice 3 times a week to be part of the team.  I would leave campus around 3pm, after all of my classes, practice from 7:30-10pm in Hartford CT, and make it back to campus in NH by 1-2am.  My car had no air conditioning, and halfway through the season the stereo died.  I didn’t care.  I had an entire football team full of new family members, and I was living my dream.   It was the best thing I ever did.  I’m thankful for every day that I get out onto the field.

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