PLAYER INFORMATION

Brickhouse, Mia

Mia Brickhouse (2016)

brickhouseOriginally a member of the 2002 Philadelphia Liberty Belles of the National Women’s Football Association, Brickhouse joined the Massachusetts Mutiny in 2005 and has been a fixture with Boston Women’s Football since. Widely regarded as one of the best all-around players in the history of women’s football, Brickhouse was twice a gold medal winner with the U.S. National Women’s Football Team in 2010 and 2013, and was instrumental in the Boston Militia’s back-to-back national championships in 2010 and 2011. After retiring from the game in 2014, she came back as a player and a team executive with the newly formed Boston Renegades in 2015. She became a member of Boston Women’s Football’s “100 Club” in 2018.

Prior to football, Brickhouse was an exceptional outfielder for the Villanova University softball team from 1997-2000. During that time she set numerous school records, including most-career steals (80) and most career runs scored (137), two records she still owns today. She also ranks second in career batting average (.372) for the program. She hit a single-season high eight triples in 1999, and earned Big East Conference Honors in 2000.

Position

Linebacker

Height

5’6″

Resides

Hometown

Philadelphia, PA

Occupation

Boston Women’s Football Operations

Experience

Boston Renegades, 2015, 2018
Boston Militia, 2008-2013
Mass Mutiny, 2005-2007
Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2002-2004