ECNL GIRLS ANNOUNCES BEST XI FROM NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP
RICHMOND, Va. (August 1, 2022) – ECNL Girls is proud to announce the Best XI from the league’s 2004-2005 National Training Camp, held in Portland, Ore. from July 20-24.
“After a two-year hiatus, we were thrilled to once again be able to host the ECNL Girls National Training Camp in Portland last week,” said Ralph Richards, who directed the 2022 ECNL Girls National Training Camp. “Forty of the best U17 and U18 players from around the country came together to train and compete in an incredible atmosphere. The level of talent they brought is a testament to the rising standard of play in the league and in the country, and we are excited to see these players and everyone else in the league continue to drive that level higher this upcoming league season.”
The Best XI was selected by the technical staff at the ECNL Girls National Training Camp.
Kara Croone (Concorde Fire Platinum)
Claire Hutton (World Class FC)
Emma Johnson (Indiana Fire)
Hannah Jordan (Solar SC)
Sonoma Kasica (Tampa Bay United)
Elhom Khursand (San Juan SC)
Eleanor Klinger (Internationals SC)
Maleeya Martin (Loudoun Soccer)
Hope Munson (Utah Avalanche)
Lauryn Thompson (NC Courage)
Kamryn Winger (VDA)
About the ECNL:
The ECNL is the nation’s leading youth soccer development platform. The ECNL respects and celebrates the unique individuality of every youth soccer player and club, supporting and enabling them to unleash their unfettered passion and fierce tenacity in striving to achieve their potential.
The ECNL mission to Raise the Game is a total commitment to create the best possible environment for players, coaches, referees and administrators, with a determination to constantly question convention and challenge the status quo in youth sports.
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We will lead, set our eyes on new horizons, and pursue them relentlessly. Born out of the belief in a better way. Continued in the ever-evolving pursuit of excellence.