Sun Set for Hoy of Sky Blue

By Sean McCaffery, February 7, 2020

The 29 year old forward, Jen Hoy has hung up her cleats, after 7 years in the longest lasting women's league in the land. Over her 107 games, she had 17 goals and 11 assists. Out of PA, she was a 4th round selection of the Red Stars in 2013, while with them for 76 regular season matches she tallied 15 of her goals and 10 assists in those 5 years. In her first year she had a nod for Player of the Week and in 2015 & '17 made the semis. 2018 saw her come to NJ in a tri team trade. With her last team, she saw 31 games with a pair of goals, one a GWG cagin the Royals. and an assist.

SBFC GM  informed "Between my time with the Chicago Red Stars and Sky Blue, I was lucky to be with Jen for most of her professional career.We can't wiati to see what else is ahead for her."

The Reader's Digest version of the Jen Hoy Retirement Statement" When I entered my name into the 2013 NWSL draft, I never thought I would be here today 7 season later. Thank you to my family and closest friends who have unconditionally supported me from day 1. Thank you to my coaches and teammates at Preinceton. And thank you soccer! I met the love of my life while playing abroad in Australia."