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Nations Top Scorers in ECNL are TSC Hurricane!

This national article from TopDrawerSoccer.com highlights the nation's top scorers in the ECNL.  Congratulations to our TSC Hurricane players (highlighted) below!!

Top Scorers in every age group in the ECNL

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson, ESNN

Published: January 20, 2014

 

January is one of the few months of the calendar when the ECNL schedule is relatively light. Only a handful of games will be played in the first month of the year, so it provides ample time to recap some of the action from the first few months.

Below is a rundown of the top ten scorers in every ECNL age group after the first dozen or so games.

Leading scorers from ECNL as of January 20. All statistics taken from the league’s official website.

U14:

1.    Courtney Walker, Charlotte Soccer Academy – 11 goals (14 games)

2.    Gabriala Jordzis, Vardar – 9 goals (5 games)

3.    Mackenzie Chewning, Charlotte Soccer Academy – 9 goals (13 games)

4.    Hannah Sharts, Real So Cal – 9 goals (15 games)

5.    Mia Roth, West Coast FC – 8 goals (11 games)

6.    Mary Elliot McCabe, Charlotte Soccer Academy – 8 goals (12 games)

7.    Jordan Brewster, Internationals SC – 8 goals (13 games)

8.    Rebecca Jarrett, World Class FC – 7 goals (7 games)

9.    Loren Sefcik, Internationals SC – 7 goals (9 games)

10.  Sophia Smith, Real Colorado – 6 goals (4 games)

U15:

1.    Kennedy Goins, TSC Hurricane – 18 goals (15 games)

2.    Madeleine Lucas, Michigan Hawks – 18 goals (16 games)

3.    Elisabeth Geraghty, Colorado Storm – 17 goals (19 games)

4.    Nayeli Perez, TSC Hurricane – 14 goals (15 games)

5.    Emma Thomson, Sockers FC – 11 goals (7 games)

6.    Kayla Fong, De Anza Force – 11 goals (10 games)

7.    Mollie Belisle, Concorde Fire – 11 goals (14 games)

8.    Emily Strouphauer, Lonestar – 11 goals (19 games)

9.    Allison Schlegel, Colorado Storm – 10 goals (16 games)

10.  Isabel Rodriguez, Michigan Hawks – 10 goals (16 games)

U16:

1.    Julia Pedati, Real So Cal – 15 goals (13 games)

2.    Kennedy Smith, Strikers FC – 14 goals (13 games)

3.    Haley Berg, Dallas Texans – 14 goals (16 games)

4.    Emily Fox, FC Virginia – 13 goals (13 games)

5.    Cydney Billups, Real Colorado – 13 goals (17 games)

6.    Morgan Goff, CASL – 13 goals (19 games)

7.    Tatum Barton, Real Colorado – 12 goals (17 games)

8.    Morgan Hensley, Sporting Blue Valley – 12 goals (22 games)

9.    Milan Moses, Pleasanton Rage – 10 goals (10 games)

10.  Natalee Heiser, FC Dallas – 10 goals (18 games)

U17:

1.    Jennifer Westendorf, GSA – 32 goals (20 games)

2.    Kelly Sweeney, Vardar – 26 goals (20 games)

3.    Ella Stevens, GSA – 23 goals (19 games)

4.    Cecelia Kizer, Sporting Blue Valley – 19 goals (22 games)

5.    Leah Pruitt, West Coast FC – 14 goals (11 games)

6.    Elexa Bahr, Atlanta Fire – 14 goals (20 games)

7.    Marlo Zoller, TSC Hurricane – 13 goals (12 games)

8.    Maya Neal, Eclipse Select Soccer Club – 12 goals (14 games)

9.    Lauryn Bruffett, D’Feeters Soccer Club – 12 goals (16 games)

10.  Brittany Crabtree, Dallas Texans – 11 goals (15 games)

U18:

1.    Abigail Sieperda, Sporting Blue Valley – 21 goals (18 games)

2.    Anna Beffer, TSC Hurricane – 14 goals (15 games)

3.    Elizabeth Ball, Richmond Strikers – 13 goals (13 games)

4.    Michelle Manning, Michigan Hawks – 12 goals (17 games)

5.    Gabriela Stoian, Sereno Soccer Club – 10 goals (9 games)

6.    Megan Buckingham, Michigan Hawks – 10 goals (13 games)

7.    Kaycie Young, Real Colorado – 10 goals (15 games)

8.    Mary Palmer, CASL – 10 goals (15 games)

9.    Megan Schulze, West Coast FC – 9 goals (9 games)

10.  Jazmarie Mader, SC Del Sol – 9 goals (11 games)