John McEwan (soccer)
McEwan attended Syracuse University where he was a two-year soccer letterman on the school’s soccer team. He was a co-captain and first team All American of the 1932 Orange Men team which went 4-2.
In 1935, McEwan scored nine goals for Brooklyn Celtic of the American Soccer League (ASL). That year, he was a member of an ASL All Star team which unofficially represented the U.S. in two games with Scotland. Scotland won the first game 4-1 and the second 5-1. McEwan scored the ASL All Star goal in the second game.
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