The 2017 ECNL College Impact – Southeastern Conference (SEC)
RICHMOND, VA (November 2, 2017) – With ECNL Alums making up 66% of the entire SEC in 2017, and nearly 70% of the conference’s individual honorees, the ECNL College Impact on the SEC is overwhelming. The ECNL College Impact series catalogs the incredible impact of ECNL Alums on collegiate women’s soccer every year. In 2017, once again, ECNL Alums are dominating the landscape in conferences all over the country.
The ECNL College Impact for the SEC includes all players currently active on SEC rosters:
- 253 ECNL Alum are currently playing in the SEC – more than 66% of the total players in the SEC.
- There were 99 ECNL alums in the 2017 SEC freshman class, over 70% of the total class.
- 31 players from the SEC First Team, Second Team, and All-Freshman Team are ECNL Alums, over 70% of the SEC Conference honorees.
- ECNL Alum, Savannah McCaskill is the SEC Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive year.
- 9 of the 11 players on the SEC All-Freshman Team are ECNL Alums.
The SEC includes the University of Alabama, University of Arkansas, Auburn University, University of Florida, University of Georgia, University of Kentucky, Louisiana State University, University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, University of Missouri, University of South Carolina, University of Tennessee, Texas A&M University, and Vanderbilt University.
With ECNL Alums constituting the majority of the conference and the overwhelming majority of conference honorees, it is clear where the future SEC stars are playing youth soccer.
Congratulations to all of the ECNL alumni being recognized by the SEC for selection to the All-Conference First Team, Second Team or All-Freshman Team:
|Savannah McCaskill||South Carolina||CESA|
|Alyssa Malonson||Auburn||Challenge SC|
|Abbie Boswell||Alabama||Colorado Rush|
|Gabby Seiler||Florida||Concorde Fire|
|Emma Welch||Alabama||Concorde Fire|
|Mikayla Krzeczowski||South Carolina||Concorde Fire|
|Erin Gilroy||Tennessee||East Meadow|
|Maya Neal||Tennessee||Eclipse Select|
|Tatumn Milazzo||South Carolina||Eclipse Select|
|Addie McCain||Texas A&M||FC Dallas|
|Mikaela Harvey||Texas A&M||Lonestar SC|
|Lindsey Lane||South Carolina||Maryland United|
|Anna Bialczak||Tennessee||Maryland United|
|Stephanie Amack||Vanderbilt||Mustang SC|
|Miranda Jimenez||Kentucky||Mustang SC|
|Jackie Schaefer||South Carolina||Orlando City|
|Luciana Zullo||South Carolina||PDA|
|Kaite Cousins||Tennessee||Richmond United|
|MaKayla Waldner||Mississippi State||SLSG-IL|
|Channing Foster||Ole Miss||SLSG-MO|
|Channing Foster||Ole Miss||SLSG-MO|
|Kristen Dodson||Auburn||Sockers FC|
|Ryan Gareis||South Carolina||Sockers FC|
|CeCe Kizer||Ole Miss||Sporting Blue Valley|
|Kaitlyn Clark||Missouri||Sporting Blue Valley|
|Jessi Hartzler||Arkansas||Sporting Blue Valley|
|Kristen Cardano||Florida||TSC Hurricane|
|Parker Goins||Arkansas||TSC Hurricane|
The ECNL is the best platform for female soccer players in the United States, and the vision and goal of the best clubs, teams, and players in the country. Become an ECNL athlete and start your path to college soccer now.
To view a listing of current ECNL Alums in the Southeastern Conference, click here.
About Elite Clubs National League: The Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) was founded in 2009 to enhance the developmental experience of female youth soccer players in the United States through: (i) improving the competitive environment through creation of a true national competitive league; (ii) improving the process for identifying elite female soccer players through a systematic scouting and identification program based on national competitions; and (iii) improving the daily training environment at top female youth soccer clubs through developing best practices and training and organizational guidelines for its member clubs. The ECNL is sanctioned by US Club Soccer and is sponsored by Nike Soccer.
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