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Amy Thompson is transferring to Boston University.
The ECNL and US Club Soccer have announced the participants and schedule for the 2016 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp taking place July 28 – August 1, 2016 at the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon.
Over the past two weekends, teams in every age group across the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference have gone full swing into the spring portion of the league's 2015-2016 season.
With the 2016 Jefferson Cup quickly approaching, SoccerWire.com has started an article series previewing the top divisions for the showcase age groups. Continue reading for a look at the U-16 Girls Championship Division.
FC Virginia and McLean Youth Soccer's U-15, U-16, U-17 and U-18 ECNL sides went unbeaten in eight total matches against Charlotte Soccer Academy this weekend in Northern Virginia.
CASL U-14, FC Virginia U-14, CASL U-15 and FC Virginia U-17 extended their season-opening undefeated runs, while Richmond United U-16 continued its torrid pace and McLean U-18's Breanna Mitchell went off on an exciting weekend in the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference.
FC Virginia teams went a combined 8-0-2 on a successful trip to North Carolina, highlighting a busy weekend in the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference. Continue reading for a full recap of the action in the conference.
The ECNL regular season wrapped up over the weekend with several high stakes match-ups involving Potomac area clubs. A total of 10 teams representing local clubs FC Virginia, McLean Youth Soccer, Richmond United, Bethesda SC and Maryland United FC have qualified for the ECNL Champions League playoffs across the U-14 to U-18 age groups.
Weather permitting, the Elite Clubs National League is scheduled to ease back into action this weekend, with two teams from the Potomac region involved in a rivalry clash for local bragging rights.
Nine Potomac area girls teams were either champions or finalists at the Disney Soccer Showcase, which ran from Dec. 31 to Jan. 3 in Orlando, Fla. at the ESPN Wide World of Sports.