The 2018 ECNL College Impact – America East Conference
RICHMOND, VA (November 6, 2018) – Ten years ago, the Girls ECNL transformed the landscape for girls’ soccer and began a movement that would impact all levels of women’s soccer. The ECNL College Impact catalogs the incredible impact ECNL Alums have on collegiate women’s soccer conferences across the country every year.
The ECNL College Impact for the America East Conference includes all players currently active on America East rosters:
- 79 ECNL alumni are currently playing in the America East Conference.
- 6 of the 11 players on the All-America East Second Team are ECNL Alums.
- The America East Midfieler of the Year (Rachel Morrier) is an ECNL Alum.
The America East Conference includes University of Albany, Binghamton University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University, University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of Massachusetts, and University of Vermont.
Congratulations to all of the ECNL Alum being recognized by the America East Conference for selection to the All-Conference First Team, Second Team, All-Freshman Team and All-Academic Team:
|Rachel Morrier||UMass Lowell||FC Stars|
|Kaila Lozada||Hartford||Connecticut FC|
|Brooke Jenkins||Vermont||FC Stars|
|Kayla Saager||Binghamton||Albertson Fury|
|Kimmy Chavkin||Stony Brook||PDA|
|Casey Garfinkel||Vermont||Match Fit Academy|
|Megan Rumbold||New Hampshire||Real Colorado|
|Mia Neas||New Hampshire||FSA FC|
|Taylor Brown||Hartford||FC Boston|
|Danielle Fuentes||UMBC||Bethesda SC|
The ECNL is the top development 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 at one of the 89 ECNL clubs across the country and start your journey to college soccer now.
To view a listing of current ECNL Alums in the America East Conference, click here.
About Girls Elite Clubs National League: The Girls Elite Clubs National League (Girls 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.