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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ECNL NORTH CAROLINA

May 28, 2024, | Courtesy of www.theecnl.com



The ECNL Girls are headed east for the final National Event of the 2023-24 regular season at ECNL North Carolina (May 31 - June 2). The three day event will feature 169 teams from the U15-U17 age groups competing over three days of games at Bryan Park in Browns Summit, North Carolina.


The weekend will be highlighted by Friday night’s Continental Tire ECNL National Selection Game. The game will kickoff at 6:00 PM from Field #1 at Bryan Park and can be live streamed here.

Check out all the information below to learn everything you need to know about this event.


Date: May 31 - June 2, 2024Location: Bryan Park | Browns Summit, North Carolina


Schedule: Every team is guaranteed three games in three days, playing competition of similar levels outside of their conference. Check out the ECNL app for the complete schedule or view the full schedule of games here


Team List: View the full list of teams here


Streaming: Watch games from ECNL Virginia as well as Saturday night’s Continental Tire ECNL National Selection Game here


Three Things To Know

  1. NC Courage G08 team finished at the top of the table in the Mid-Atlantic Conference with an unbeaten 10-0-2 record. This weekend they go outside of their conference and take on Connecticut FC, Eagles SC, and FC Stars Blue.

  2. Florida Premier FC G07 team finished first in the Southeast Conference with a 13-2 record. They take on a collection of teams from around the country this weekend as they face off against Indy Eleven, MVLA, and DKSC.

  3. Penn Fusion G07 team finished North Atlantic Conference play with an unbeaten 12-0-1 record. This weekend they look to keep the unbeaten run going as they take on Davis Legacy, Orlando City Youth, and Utah Royals FC-AZ.


Continental Tire NSG Rosters: The Continental Tire ECNL National Selection Games are “all-star” matches that bring top players at each regular season ECNL National Event together for representative competition on the first day of the event. They are one component of the ECNL National Selection Program, which encompasses all player identification and development programs within the league. 


Players were selected for the games by ECNL Player Identification staff through a combination of scouting and recommendations based on performances over the past several months. These athletes will not compete for their clubs on this day in order to properly rest and prepare for the National Selection Game.


Rosters


East


Kambryl Armstrong (Scorpions Soccer)

Siena Bryan (Florida Premier)

Brooke Bunton (Jacksonville FC)

KK Chowana (Eagles SC)

Ryann Dedmon (Albion Hurricanes FC)

Alexa DeJoseph (United Futbol Academy)

Selena Gaytan (Florida Kraze Krush)

Audrey Glover (San Juan SC)

Hannah Heinlein (San Juan SC)

Emily Marlovits (Northern Virginia Alliance)

Emma Patti (Pipeline SC)

Ella Petersen (Florida Kraze Krush)

Chloe Stanley (Wilmington Hammerheads Youth)

Grace Sullivan (HEX FC)

Adia Symmonds (Florida Premier)

Ava Tutas (Florida Premier)

Chase Vontoure (Challenge SC)

Emma Workman (Carolina Elite Soccer Academy)


West


Courtney Allen (Florida Elite Soccer Academy)

Julianne Arcoleo (East Meadow Soccer Club)

Nina Cantor (Penn Fusion SA)

Sierra Davis (Carolina Elite Soccer Academy)

Giselle Fuentes (So Cal Blues SC)

Sarah Holmes (Pipeline SC)

Addie Hull (Charlotte SA)

Samantha Mac Niven (Davis Legacy)

Peyton Marinos (So Cal Blues SC)

Aubrey McLin (Davis Legacy)

Danicka Miller (Arlington Soccer)

Reagan Pentz (Cleveland Force SC)

Ella Petry (South Carolina United)

Camryn Schaan (Northwest Elite FC)

Kyndal Shuler (Virginia Development Academy)

Ivoryele Smalls (Tampa Bay United)

Hailey Smith (Florida Elite Soccer Academy)

MacKenzie Stearns (So Cal Blues SC)






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