Inside the ECNL | Vol. 9, Issue 11 | June 12, 2018
Girls ECNL Announces 2018-19 National Events
Girls ECNL National Events provide the top collegiate recruiting platform in the country, and set the national standard for exposure, quality and atmosphere for female youth soccer players. New for the 2018-19 season, the league will feature six regular season National Events for U15-U18/19 players, and four Showcase Events for U13-U14 players.
2018 Player Development Programs | A Year in Review
Players are selected for PDPs based on their performance in Girls ECNL competitions, and by objective recommendations from Girls ECNL Directors and scouts across the country. The Girls ECNL hosted ten (10) PDP events across the country over the past five months, with players representing every Girls ECNL member club.
Patti Phillips is Recognized as May ECNL S'Hero Award Recipient
The ECNL is proud to announce Patti Phillips as the May S'Hero of the Month award recipient for her leadership and commitment to athletics. As the S'Hero of the Month, Phillips embodies the virtues that the Amazing Young Women movement represents. Her determination to pave a pathway for women in the collegiate athletic realm, as well as her dedication as a mentor for the next generation of leaders, is inspirational.
Todd Beane is the founder of the TOVO Academy and the co-founder of the Cruyff Institute with legendary coach Johan Cruyff. He was a presenter at the 2018 ECNL Coaching Symposium and will be a guest contributor to the ECNL Newsletter for several issues. Check out his second article on "
How Your Player Can Be More Creative Today"!
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Each 2018-2019 ECNL Member Club shall send two (2) representatives, one (1) technical and one (1) administrative to the AGM on June 21, 2018 at the Seattle Marriott Redmond. CLICK HERE to learn more and to register for the meeting.
Coaches are invited to attend US Club Soccer's upcoming
LaLiga Formation Methodology Level 3 course, July 12-14 at Edinboro University in Erie, PA. This coaching education course represents the introductory level of the series, which has educated 1,200 coaches from 350 clubs around the country.