ECNL Stats

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The class of 2016 is comprised of Amazing Young Women who will be playing at multiple collegiate soccer levels:

  • ECNL Class of 2016: 1,310
  • College Bound ECNL: 1,217 (93%)
  • Total Players Playing Collegiate Soccer: 1,209 (92%)
  • Division I: 955
  • Division II, III, NAIA: 264
  • Undecided: 91
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Scholarship Opportunity

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High school students set to graduate spring 2016 are invited to write an original essay of 1,000 words or less about how moving has affected them.  Examples of essay topics could include a personal relocation across the world, moving school districts, a move that an ancestor made or a friend moving away.  The topic can be as broad and creative as the student can imagine as long as it incorporates moving.

Applicants can submit the attached application information along with ...

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PCA Parent Seminars – Feb. 9 & Feb. 13

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Parent Talk – February 9th

Time: 7:30pm
Location: Ken Mercer Sports Park Offices
Contact: Sean Carscadden (925) 200-1982

“The Second-Goal Parent: Tips & Tools to Develop Winners in Life Through Sports!”
This brief 30-minute talk discusses parents’ role in building a sports culture that honors the game.  We’ll touch on what it means to support your child and how you can discuss a game or competition with them after it occurs.  There are many moments in sports to acknowledge the effort ...

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The ODP Experience

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bumgartnerThis previous weekend I had the honor of attending the Region IV ODP Championships for 2016. I play for Cal North 99Gs and have played with them for 5 years. I have attending this event for the past 3 years and once again, it was a great experience all around. We had some climate difficulties that resulted in having one of our games rained out but it was ...
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RAGE U12 White – Alameda County Food Bank

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U12 White - Food BankHello! Our names our Gwen, Samaan, and Carly (left to right). We are from RAGE U12 white. For our community service project we decided to help out at the Alameda County Food Bank. We decided to help out the food bank because they needed volunteers and thought why not help out some of the people in need?

The Alameda County Food Bank is a warehouse ...

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