Charlotte Soccer Academy’s U 14, U 15, U 16, U 17 and U 18 Girls ECNL are closing in on completion of their fall conference games for the ECNL Season. Each of the CSA ECNL teams participates in the ECNL Southeast Conference consisting of CASL (NC), CESA (SC), GSA (GA) Concorde Fire (GA), Atlanta Fire United (GA), BUSA (AL), and Virginia Rush (VA). The U 15-U 18 CSA ECNL teams have six conference games remaining and their conference play will conclude on January 29th. The U 14 CSA ECNL team will conference games through the spring season and will conclude their conference play in May. In addition to each teams conference play each team has competed in cross conference play and has a number of selected ECNL College Showcase Events.
The U 15 and U 18 CSA ECNL Teams participated in their first ECNL Showcase Event of 2011-12 Season held in Phoenix on October 8th-10th. CSA had the opportunity to compete in front of college coaches against some of the strongest teams from across the country. Each of the U 15- U 18 CSA ECNL teams will participate in their second ECNL Showcase in Sanford, FL from December 28th-30th. The U 16 and U 17 CSA ECNL will participate in these same two showcase events and a third ECNL Showcase Event in San Antonio, TX from March 24th-26th. Finally each of the U 14, U 15, U 16 and U 17 CSA ECNL will conclude their 2011-12 ECNL Seasons, when they participate in the ECNL National Series Event on June 25th-30th in Waukegan, IL.
"This season so far has been another very competitive year in the ECNL for CSA", states CSA ECNL Director Adam Denton. "With the ECNL expansion this season to a total 66 clubs from across the country the competition within the ECNL has increased. The addition of conference play this year has provided our players the highest level of competition in league play. At the ECNL College Showcase events our CSA teams are scheduled to play against Real Colorado, PDA, Mustang FC, Stars of Mass, Challenge FC, Sereno and Lonestar. In addition to the best level of competition the ECNL also provides the highest exposure to college coaches from across the country. This combination is a great opportunity for our players as college coaches want to see players perform against the best to evaluate players in their recruitment process."
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