Alison Foley,
Senior Contributor

Alison Foley followed her decades of successful college soccer coaching by putting her expertise to work in a consultancy that offers comprehensive on-field training, skill evaluation, and recruiting counsel.

On the field, Alison works with student-athletes to help them achieve their full athletic potential. Off the field, she works with student-athletes and their parents to create a stress-free roadmap to take the confusion out of the recruiting process and help them get into their dream schools.

She was Assistant Coach of James Madison from 1992-1996, the Head Coach of Angelo State from 1996-1997, and the Head Coach of Boston College’s Division I Team from 1997-2018. During her decades as a college soccer coach, she achieved:

  • 15 NCAA Tournaments including eight Sweet 16s, three Elite Eights, and an appearance in the 2010 Final Four
  • Winningest coach in Boston College History

An expert on coaching, youth soccer, and college soccer, Alison is dedicated to supporting youth athletes and empowering female sport-participants to best enjoy and benefit from soccer. Her off-the-field credentials include: