May 2018 Club Newsletter


  • ECNL "All-IN" For The 2018-19 Season

  • Informational Meeting Spring 2018 for the Girls Program

  • 2018 Spring Classic presented by 3K Girls Foundation

  • Van Zanten helps USA Claim Toreno Delle Nazioni Crown

  • Lynch Travels to Portugal with Team USA

  • Boys 2005 go Undefeated to Win the NISL Premier Division

  • Upcoming Events

  • Messages From our Sponsors
ECNL "All-IN" For The 2018-19 Season

The Eclipse Select Soccer Club has announced the Girls and Boys Programs will be “All-In” for the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) 2018-19 season. The club has exclusively placed the ECNL as its aspirational top level of competition for its elite female and male players and teams.

After evaluating what is best for the players, families, and Eclipse Select holistically, it has been determined that the ECNL is most in-line with the club’s mission, vision, and core values. The club is excited about what the future has in store along this avenue moving forward.

Since being a founding member of the ECNL in 2009, the club has been a first-hand witness to the league’s proven pathway for individual growth and player development. At the same time, Eclipse has found national success on the playing field, while alumni have gone on to play at all higher levels of soccer after their time with the club.
Informational Meeting Spring 2018 for the Girls Program

The Eclipse Select Girls Program held an Informational Meeting at the Hamburger University campus to discuss the future of the girls program for the 2018-19 season.

The meeting's presentation was held by club President, Rory Dames. All current club members and prospective players looking to tryout were invited to attend.

The pinnacle of the presentation included the announcement of being ECNL "All-In" for the 2018-19 season. The Informational Meeting concluded with a question and answer session. Coaches and staff in attendance stuck around after to talk with players and parents.
2018 Spring Classic presented by 3K Girls Foundation

The 2018 Spring Classic was a huge success! There were over 200 plus teams from five different states participated in this year's tournament.

We would like to extend a BIG Thank You to all of the teams, coaches, volunteers, and sponsors that made it possible.

We look forward to hosting another successful Spring Classic in 2019!
Van Zanten helps USA Claim Toreno Delle Nazioni Crown

Kalyssa Van Zanten (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) and the U-16 US Youth National Team traveled to Italy to compete in the annual Toreno Delle Nazioni international competition and came home as 2018 Champions.

The Toreno Delle Nazioni contained eight teams divided in two groups. USA was in group A with Iran, Slovenia, and Italy. Team USA concluded group play going undefeated winning all three games.

Van Zanten was one of eight US players to record a goal in the competition. Kalyssa tallied two total, one of which was score in the Championship game against Japan.
Lynch Travels to Portugal with Team USA

Devin Lynch (Naperville, Ill.) is one of 20 players rostered to the U-16 US Women's National Team headed to Portugal for the UEFA Women's International Development Tournament in northern Portugal from May 12-16.

Lynch is one of 10 players born in 2003 moved up into this age group. The competition will experiment with new rules and systems to improve development of the players and the progression of the game.
Boys 2005 go Undefeated to Win the NISL Premier Division

The Eclipse Black B2005 ended a tremendous 2018 Spring Campaign undefeated in the NISL Premier 1 Division.

The 05 Boys concluded the season with a 6-0 win over Sockers FC Chicago in Schaumburg on Tuesday night, May 15. The collective group tallied a total 25 points conceding a only eight goals while scoring the second most goals in the league with 36.

Congratulations to all the players, coaches and parents involved in this great accomplishment!
U pcoming Events
  • Boys and Girls Tryouts (East, West, and NWI)

  • Boys ECNL National Event in Pennsylvania
Messages From Our Sponsors
One of the most common knee injuries is an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) sprain or tear. The ACL is a major ligament that helps to stabilize the knee joint. Athletes and recreational enthusiasts of all ages can experience an ACL tear, especially those who participate in high demand sports like soccer, football and basketball. Read on for more information.

As the Official Provider of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training for Eclipse Select Soccer Club, Athletico would like to offer all players, parents, and coaches a  COMPLIMENTARY INJURY SCREEN  for any aches and pains you may encounter on or off the field.

Complimentary Injury Screenings are available at all 400+ locations in eleven states. For more information or to set-up a screen, call 877.ATHLETICO or click here to request your appointment online.
QCSS Photo📸 of the Month
QCSS Was an Amazing Sponsor for the Spring Classic presented by 3K Girls Foundation.

Thank you for #AnsweringTheCall and making it possible!

Contact QCSS, Inc . today: 888.229.7046 |