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Attendees and schedule announced for 2011 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp

 

 
CHARLESTON, S.C. (Feb. 2, 2011) – Bringing together a group of the best female youth soccer players from around the country born in 1994 and 1995, the 2011 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp will take place Feb. 10-13 on the campus of Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla.  The camp is a joint effort between the Elite Clubs National League’s Player ID Program and US Club Soccer’s id2 national player identification and development program.
 
A total of 83 players, (43 born in 1994 and 40 born in 1995), representing 44 clubs are slated to attend the camp.  In addition to six on-field training sessions or games played in front of U.S. National Team staff and a wide range of college coaches, participants will have the opportunity to attend educational presentations.
 
The only cost to players involved is that of travel to and from the National Training Camp. All lodging, meals and training gear are provided by the ECNL, US Club Soccer and Nike. Included in the National Training Camp will be special appearances and presentations from former Olympic and World Cup-winning players.
 
 
Players attending the ECNL/id2 National Training Camp will also have the unique opportunity to be educated about their physical performance during matches and training sessions using GPS technology.  Dr. Jason Vescovi, an applied sport scientist with over a decade of experience evaluating athletic performance in female soccer players, will use GPS technology to educate players on the physical demands of the game from the youth to professional level, and ways in which they can improve their own standards and performances.
 
“This camp will not only be a tremendous developmental experience for the players, but it should also be an experience they will remember for the rest of their lives,” said ECNL President and US Club Soccer Executive Vice President Christian Lavers. “Our goal was to identify the best players in the country, put them in a position to showcase their ability against one another, and then provide an unmatched educational experience through discussions with some of the best female players ever to play the game and instruction by top level coaches – and I think we have done that.”
 
“This camp will once again provide a great opportunity for players from all around the country to come together and perform in front of U.S. Soccer staff and college coaches,” said Rory Dames, US Club Soccer’s id2 Girls’ Program Director. “I am very excited to see the players compete with each other in a challenging environment and for them to have the chance to learn from our great guests and staff members.”
 
A full schedule for the ECNL/id2 National Training Camp can be found here.
 
The list of attendees for the 2011 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp is as follows:
 
Last Name
First Name
Club Name
Birth Year
Grad. Year
Adams
Mariel
Real Colorado
1995
2013
Agnew
Lindsay
Ohio Premier Eagles
1995
2013
Andreini
Allyson
FC Milwaukee
1994
2012
Andrews
Morgan
FC Stars of Mass
1995
2013
Bach
Katherine
Charlotte Soccer Club
1994
2012
Bass
Kelsey
Dallas Texans
1994
2012
Beckie
Janine
Real Colorado
1994
2012
Berman
Lauren
Scorpions SC
1994
2013
Brems
Makella
SC Del Sol
1995
2013
Brosnan
Courtney
PDA Slammers
1995
2014
Byorth
Gabby
Ohio Premier
1995
2013
Campbell
Carolyn "Jane"
Concorde Fire South
1995
2013
Chagares
Caroline
PDA Slammers
1995
2014
Conway
Paige
Real So Cal
1995
2013
Coy
Sarah
Delray AC
1995
2013
Dapaah
Jade
Solar Red
1994
2012
DiMartino
Jaclyn Rose
HBC
1995
2013
Dowd
Hayley
FC Stars of Mass
1994
2013
Driesse
Nickolette
PDA
1994
2013
Evans
Danica
Colorado Rush Nike
1995
2013
Fitzpatrick
Mary
Atlanta Fire United
1995
2013
Fontanetta
Andrea
PDA Celtic
1994
2012
Georgoulis
Jackie
Eclipse Select
1995
2013
Gilbertson
Anna Maria
Davis Legacy
1994
2012
Gorney
Kelsey
Dallas Texans
1995
2013
Green
Summer
Michigan Hawks
1995
2013
Groff
Sophie
Dallas Texans
1994
2013
Gullickson
Emma
West Coast FC
1995
2013
Hall
Madison
Colorado Rush
1995
2013
Hatler
Jordan
Challenge
1994
2012
Heap
Caitlyn
Dallas Sting
1994
2012
Horan
Lindsey
Colorado Rush
1994
2012
Iordanou
Krystina
Albertson Elite Fury
1995
2013
Jester
Olivia
Ohio Elite
1994
2012
Karas
McKenzie
Las Vegas Premier
1994
2012
Keney
Alexa
CFC United
1995
2013
Killion
Krissi
HFC Shubert
1994
2013
Kobashigawa
Courtney
Ohio Elite
1994
2012
Koch
Makenzie
Dallas Texans
1994
2012
Konkol-Mroczkowski
Kristiana
Real So Cal
1994
2012
Lane
Lindsey
Freestate Elite
1995
2013
Leal
Erika
San Diego Surf
1994
2013
Lewis
Madisson
Michigan Hawks
1995
2013
Lindquist
Caroline
CASL Spartan Elite Black
1994
2012
Little
Kaela
HFC Shubert
1994
2013
Madden
Carrie
Eclipse Select
1995
2014
McClung
Anna
GSA Phoenix Red
1994
2013
McCullough
Meagan
Dallas Sting
1994
2013
McCullough
Caitlyn
Ohio Elite Soccer Academy
1994
2012
McGinnis
Sydney
Eclipse Select
1995
2014
McGinty
Margo
Albertson Fury
1994
2012
McNabb
Kristen
PDA Charge
1994
2012
Meier
Jordan
St. Louis Scott Gallagher
1995
2013
Miller
Ashton
Michigan Hawks
1995
2014
Miller
Cassie
Sereno SC
1995
2013
Miranda
Gabrielle
Colorado Rush
1995
2013
Murphy
Allison
D’Feeters
1994
2012
Naughton
Katie
Sockers
1994
2012
Newman
Shea Claire
FC Stars of Mass
1995
2014
Pappalardo
Olivia
Eclipse Select
1994
2012
Payne
Antionette
Birmingham United
1995
2013
Persson
Corey
FC Stars of Mass
1994
2012
Peterson
Taylore
Michigan Hawks
1994
2012
Pittman
Molly
Carmel United Elite
1995
2013
Powers
Mariah
San Juan SC
1994
2012
Ramsier
Casie
Solar Soccer Club
1994
2013
Roering
Jenna
Minn. Thunder Academy
1994
2013
Sajewich
Lauren
Eclipse Select
1994
2013
Schneider
Emma
Carmel United Elite
1994
2013
Ship
Arielle
Real So Cal
1995
2013
Simmons
Lydia
Seacoast
1995
2013
Smith
Beryl
Challenge SC
1995
2014
Spencer
Allison
Utah Avalanche
1995
2013
Stanton
Morgan
Colorado Rush
1995
2013
Steiner
Addison
KCFC
1994
2013
Tiernan
Murielle
FC Virginia
1994
2013
Trujillo
Savannah
KCKC
1995
2014
Waddle
Angela
Eclipse Select
1995
2013
Wagner
Claire
CASL Spartan Elite Black
1995
2013
Walker
Ryan
Mustang Blast
1994
2013
Walters
Kate
PDA South Crush
1995
2014
Wetherington
Allison
Concorde Fire South Elite
1994
2013
Williams
Gloria
Dallas Sting
1994
2012
 
For more information, please visit the id2 Web page on usclubsoccer.org or the ECNL Player ID Web page on eliteclubsnationalleague.com.
 
 
About id2[id2 Fact Sheet]
The 2010-11 id2 program will feature boys born in 1997-98 and girls born in 1994-97. The program once again includes three Regional Training Camps, the National Selection International Tour and the girls’ National Training Camp.
 
2010 id2 Regional Training Camps for 1997-98 boys and 1996-97 girls:
• Sept. 30-Oct. 3 at the PDA Soccer Complex in Zarephath, N.J. (boys and girls)
• Nov. 11-14 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas  (boys and girls)
• Dec. 9-12 at Grande Sports World in Casa Grande, Ariz. (boys and girls)
 
2011 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp for 1994-95 girls:
• Feb. 10-13, 2011 at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla.
 
2011 id2 National Selection International Tour for 1997-98 boys:
• Feb. 17-27, 2011 – Scotland and England
 
 
About the ECNL:
The ECNL is a non-profit national youth soccer league founded in 2009 to provide the best possible developmental environment for American female youth soccer players through the creation of the highest level of national competition and an identification and development program to provide an avenue for players to participate in U.S. Soccer’s National Teams. The 2010-11 season is the ECNL’s second season. Each of the 52 member clubs in 2010-11 field a team in the U-15, U-16, U-17 and U-18 age groups, each competing for the ECNL National Championship, the ECNL National Club Championship and promotion and relegation between flights. The ECNL is sanctioned by US Club Soccer. For more information, visit http://www.eliteclubsnationalleague.com.
 
About US Club Soccer:
US Club Soccer is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop competitive club soccer in the United States. A member of the United States Soccer Federation since July 2001, US Club Soccer has grown to include member clubs and leagues in all 50 states. In addition to sanctioning and administering tournaments, leagues and other competitions as well as offering a range of programs for its members, US Club Soccer annually conducts the National Cup. US Club Soccer also directs its own player identification and development program – id2. For more information, visit http://www.usclubsoccer.org.
 
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