Hailing from Nova Scotia, Canada, Spenser Allaway arrived in Easthampton as a standout soccer player with high expectations. Playing for coach Jeff Pilgrim, she enjoyed an exceptional career both in terms of the personal accolades and the impact she had on the success of the program. From a personal standpoint, her accomplishments are truly noteworthy, making her unquestionably one of the most decorated players in school history. Consider this list: A three-year letterwinner, two-time team MVP, two-time All-League selection, All-State selection, Massachusetts Player of the Year, and, to top it all off, she was named only the second girls All-American in our school history. Her impact on the success of the program was also noteworthy, as she led the 2006 team to the NEPSAC championship, cementing her status as one of the program’s all-time greats. While Allaway may have arrived at Williston as an outstanding soccer player, she left it as a multisport athlete and captain. With so many opportunities available to her, she expanded her horizons by picking up both squash and track as other sports to compete in. Not surprisingly, she proved to be a quick study in both sports, captaining the squash team as a senior and earning All-New England honors in track in the 1,500. After Williston, Allaway went on to play soccer at Fairfield University where she earned multiple All-League honors during her time there.