Boston Storm Men and Women Alumni:
The Boston SC Staff helped develop and provided training and playing opportunities for 6 players who went onto successful playing careers in the Major League Soccer (MLS).
- 6 Major League Soccer (MLS) Players
- 2 Women United Soccer Association (WUSA) Players
- 5 United States National Team Players (Men)
- 2 United States National Team Players (Women)
- 2 United States U-20 National Team Players (Men)
- 3 United States World University Games Team (Men)
BOSTON STORM ALUMNI 6 MLS Players:
Francis Okaroh – Boston SC player 1993 + 1995. Francis went onto from the Boston Storm to play in Major League Soccer (MLS) for the New England Revolution 1996+1997, Chicago Fire 1998 + 1999 and Miami Fusion in 2000. Francis appeared 114 times in the MLS and won the US Open Cup and MLS Cup with Chicago. Francis was an All American for Boston University.
Kevin Anderson – Boston SC player 1993 + 1994. Kevin went to play in Major League Soccer (MLS) with the Colorado Rapids and the Tampa Bay Munity. Kevin also played for the United States U-17 and U-20 National Teams. Kevin was an All American for Southern Connecticut State University winning the 1992 NCAA Division II National Championship.
John DeBrito – Boston SC Player 1993 + 1994. Mr. DeBrito went onto play for the New England Revolution 1996, New York/New Jersey Metro Stars 1997, Kansas City Wizards 1999+1998, Columbus Crew 1999-2001 and the Dallas Burn in 2001. John appeared for the United States National Team 6 times. John played for Southern Connecticut State University winning a Division II NCAA Championship scoring both goals in Southern’s 2-0 victory in the NCAA Final
Dan Calichman – Boston SC player 1994. Dan went onto play and serve as Captain for the LA Galaxy and was named to the MLS All Star Team. Dan played 133 games in the MLS He also played for the New England Revolution and San Jose Earthquakes. Dan played for the United States National Team. He was a standout player and All American at Williams College
Jeff Causey – Jeff played goalkeeper for the Boston SC in 1994. He went onto play 89 times for DC United and New England Revolution. Jeff played for University of Virginia. He helped lead Virginia to the 1991, 1992 and 1993 NCAA Division I National Championship.
Bo Oshoniyi – Bo played goalkeeper for the Boston C in 1993. Bo went onto play in the MLS for the Kansas City Wizards and Columbus Crew a total of 109 times. Mr. Oshoniyi led the Southern Conn. State Owls to two NCAA Division II National Championships.
Boston Storm Women Alumni 2 WUSA Players:
Jen Mead – Boston SC Women’s player 1994. Jen went onto play for the San Jose Cyber Rays in the first season of the WUSA. The WUSA was the World’s top female professional league featuring players such as Mia Hamm and Brandi Chastain. Ms. Mead was capped 6 times for appearing for the full United States Women’s National Team. Jen is from Raynham, MA. She was an NSCAA All American and named National Goalkeeper of the Year in 1994.
Nicole Roberts – Boston SC Women’s Player in 1994. After playing for the Storm, Nicole went onto play for the Carolina Courage of the WUSA. She also was chosen for and played for the Women’s United States National Team. Nicole played for UMass Amherst and University of North Carolina.
Boston SC Alumni United States National Team Players:
Men (5) – Mike Masters John DeBrito, Dan Calichman, Joe Baroso, Jeff Duback.
Women (2) – Jen Mead, Nicole Roberts.
Boston Storm Alumni Prominent Players:
Jeff Duback – Boston SC player 1993. Jeff led the United States through 1990 World Cup Qualification. He played NASL with the Tampa Bay Rowdies signing a contract in the spring of 1993. He had a total of 6 caps for the United States National Team. Jeff was in goal for the Boston Storms historic win of the German World University Games Team in 1993. Jeff was an All American at Yale University and ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year.
Mike Masters – United States National Team player and the first America to score a goal in Wembley Stadium (England) while playing for Colchester United in England winning the FA Trophy. Mike was an All American at Williams College.
Jose Baroso – United States National Team and member of Southern Connecticut State College Division II National Champions.
Hank George – Hank played for the Boston Storm in 1993 + 1994. Two Time All American at Southern Conn. States University and Two Time National Champion NCAA Division II. The Hammer played professional soccer before joining the Storm with the Atlanta Attack in the NISL, the Saint Louis Storm of the MISL, The Boston Bolts and then after the Storm Hank played for the Boston Bulldogs and New Hampshire Phantoms.
Gary Cronin – Played for the Boston Storm in 1994. Gary played for the U-20 National Team and played in the World University Games in 1993. Gary was an All American at Southern Connecticut State College.
Leo Figueirdo – Leo played for the Boston Storm in 1993. Prior to joining the Boston Storm Leo played in the MISL scored 41 goals, 40 assists for 81 points in 120 games for the Memphis Americans and Hartford Hellions. Leo played for Coach Lukens at Southern Conn. State University where he was an All-American.
Boston Storm Alumni Coaching Youth Soccer in Massachusetts
- Hank George = President FC Hammer
- Leo Figueirdo – New England Rush
- Alvi Alvarez – SF Vikings
- Francis Okorah – FC Blazers
Boston Storm Alumni Coaching College Soccer:
- Kevin Anderson -Head Coach Columbia University
- Francis Okorah – Technical Director Boston University
- Dan Calichman – Head Coach Claremont McKenna College
- Jen Mead – Assistant Coach Boston College
- Bo Oshoniyi – Head Coach East Tennesse State