SC del Sol 94s and 95s take top ECNL honors

Congratulations to the 94 Girls who were the only Arizona team competing for a National Championship at the ECNL National Championships in Chicago. They eventually finished 6th in the A Division, 52 places above their closest Arizona rival. In their ECNL conference they finished as follows:

Mountain West Conf Standings PPG Pts GP W T L GF GA GD
01. Real Colorado ECNL U18 2.65 45 17 15 0 2 62 17 45
02. SC Del Sol ECNL U18 2.44 39 16 13 0 3 48 16 32
03. Colorado Rush ECNL U18 2.12 36 17 12 0 5 50 22 28
04. Utah Avalanche ECNL U18 1.88 30 16 10 0 6 37 18 19
05. Las Vegas Premier SC ECNL U18 1.11 20 18 6 2 10 19 41 -22
06. Heat FC ECNL U18 0.67 12 18 4 0 14 24 63 -39
07. Sereno Soccer Club ECNL U18 0.56 9 16 2 3 11 14 36 -22
08. Colorado Storm ECNL U18 0.56 9 16 3 0 13 12 56 -44

This has been a fantastic year for the 94 Girls who won State Cup and are still ranked number 3 in the country on TopDrawerSoccer.com: http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer/club-soccer-team-rankings/women/u18/6/114  In addition to an impressive graduating class last year (93 Girls), the 94s were heavily recruited and will be representing SC del Sol at some highly regarded schools next year. The list is as follows:

Casandra Beckwith – PVCC
McKenzie Berryhill – Arizona State University
Lauren Doud – Northern Arizona University
Cali Farquharson – Arizona State University
Laura Glew – George Mason University, Virginia
Cadienne Naquin – Columbia University, New York
Daisha Jones-Oglesby – University of Nevada, Reno
Lucy O’Leary – Loyola Marymount University, California
Haley Parkinson, Bowling Green State University, Ohio
Zoe Olm – Slippery Rock University, PA
Emily Paxton – University of Colorado
Danielle Silver – U of Puget Sound
Brynn Thomas – PVCC, Arizona

The 95 Girls also had a great year, playing in the State Cup final and finishing 18 places above their Arizona rivals in the ECNL. The final ECNL conference standings are as follows:

Mountain West Conf Standings PPG Pts GP W T L GF GA GD
01. Colorado Rush ECNL U17 2.59 44 17 14 2 1 50 8 42
02. Real Colorado ECNL U17 2.47 42 17 14 0 3 37 14 23
03. SC Del Sol ECNL U17 1.69 27 16 8 3 5 38 21 17
04. Heat FC ECNL U17 1.44 26 18 7 5 6 31 32 -1
05. Utah Avalanche ECNL U17 1.06 17 16 5 2 9 31 22 9
06. Colorado Storm ECNL U17 0.94 15 16 4 3 9 15 32 -17
07. Sereno Soccer Club ECNL U17 0.81 13 16 3 4 9 17 31 -14
08. Las Vegas Premier SC ECNL U17 0.00 0 18 0 0 18 5 78 -73

Even though they are still only Juniors, the list of college commitments for the 95s is already impressive:

Michaela Dooley- USD
Katie Clemmons- Washington and Lee
Anatasha Coleman- Cal State Bakersfield
Melissa Kettelkamp- NAU
Rachel Ressler- Oklahoma State
Danielle Silver- University of Puget Sound
Danielle Muniz – NAU

Les Armstrong, Girls’ Technical Director: “As always our focus is on getting players into college which, over the past few years, we have proved to be very successful at. Both 91 Girls teams and the 93 Girls were heavily recruited and the trend continues with the 94s and 95s. Given the success of the oldest girls, collegiate coaches are already communicating with me about the players coming through. From the 96 Girls team we already have 2 commitments, Alexis Roberts (University of Texas El Paso) and Maddie Kmetko (ASU) which really shows how far the program has come.”

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