Nearly 700 ECNL Girls alums competing in NCAA Tournament
By Jacob Born, TheECNL.com
The NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship kicked off Tuesday in Cary, NC with the top 48 teams from across the country competing for college soccer’s most coveted trophy. It’s a celebration of the sport and gives schools the opportunity to highlight their talent and create history.
For more than a decade, ECNL Girls has played a part in driving success at the collegiate level. In celebration of ECNL alum accomplishments, ECNL Girls dives into the numbers to showcase the player pathway from club to college and to recognize the ECNL’s impact on the NCAA’s best of the best.
698: ECNL alum competing in the NCAA D1 Women’s Soccer Championship
97: Current ECNL clubs represented at the NCAA D1 Women’s Soccer Championship
95: Highest number of ECNL alums from a single conference (SEC)
48: Participating teams in the NCAA D1 Women’s Soccer Championship this season
48: Teams with an ECNL alum on its roster
29: Conferences represented at the NCAA D1 Women’s Soccer Championship
25: Highest number of ECNL alums on a single team (Denver)
14: Average number of ECNL alum on each roster
8: Consecutive seasons with an ECNL alum on the championship roster
1: Location – Cary, NC, home of ECNL member North Carolina FC
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