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John McEwan is a deceased U.S. soccer player who earned two caps, scoring three goals, as a member of the U.S. national team in 1937.



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.[1]


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.

National team

In 1937, McEwan was called up to the U.S. national team for three games with Mexico in Mexico City. Mexico won all three games, but McEwan scored a goal in both the September 12 and 19 losses.



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