ECNL Girls Announces 2022-23 Conference Players of the Year and All-Conference Teams

The ECNL Girls announced the 2022-2023 Conference Players of the Year and All-Conference First and Second Teams. The awards are given to the top players in each conference based on their performance throughout the season.

Aug 18, 2023 - 21:05
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ECNL Girls Announces 2022-23 Conference Players of the Year and All-Conference Teams

The ECNL Girls announced the 2022-2023 Conference Players of the Year and All-Conference First and Second Teams. The awards are given to the top players in each conference based on their performance throughout the season.

The following players were awarded Player of Year on their respective age groups:

Avery Fisher (U15)

Avery Fisher

Avery Fisher is a 14-year-old midfielder from Wilmington, North Carolina. She plays for the Wilmington Hammerheads FC 08 Girls National team.

Fisher is a versatile midfielder who can play multiple positions. She is a skilled passer and dribbler, and she has a good eye for goal. She was named the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Player of the Year for the U15 age group in 2022-2023.

Here are some of her accomplishments:

  • ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Player of the Year (U15)
  • Two-time All-Conference First Team selection
  • ECNL National Camp invitee

Karina Peat (U16)

Karina Peat

Karina Peat is a 16-year-old forward from Wilmington, North Carolina. She plays for the Wilmington Hammerheads 07 ECNL team and is committed to play college soccer at the University of Louisville.

Peat is a dynamic forward with a powerful shot. She is also a skilled dribbler and passer. She led the Wilmington Hammerheads 07 ECNL team with 15 goals and 5 assists during the 2022-2023 season. She was also named to the ECNL U16 National Team.

Here are some of her accomplishments:

  • ECNL U16 Player of the Year
  • ECNL U16 National Team member
  • Two-time Mid-Atlantic Conference Player of the Year
  • Two-time All-Conference First Team selection

Y-Lan Nguyen (U17)

Y-Lan Nguyen

Y-Lan Nguyen is a 17-year-old midfielder from Fairfax, Virginia. She plays for the VDA ECNL team and is committed to play college soccer at Stanford University.

Nguyen is a creative midfielder with excellent passing skills. She is also a good dribbler and she has a good eye for goal. She was named the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Player of the Year for the U17 age group in 2022-2023.

Here are some of her accomplishments:

  • ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Player of the Year (U17)
  • Two-time All-Conference First Team selection
  • ECNL National Camp invitee
  • 2022 US Youth National Team Development Program (NY) invitee
  • 2023 U17 US Youth National Team camp invitee

Jasmine Nixon (U18/U19):

Jasmine Nixon

Jasmine Nixon's journey on the soccer pitch is a testament to her unwavering dedication and remarkable skill. As a tenacious defender for the Charlotte Soccer Academy U18/19 ECNL team, Jasmine's presence on the field is nothing short of formidable. Her commitment to excellence has not only secured her a pivotal role in her team's success but has also caught the attention of collegiate scouts. Jasmine has committed to play for the University of Kentucky, a testament to her hard work and the bright future that awaits her on and off the field.

These players are all talented and dedicated young athletes who have made significant contributions to their teams and deserving of the Player of the Year award.

Listed below are various other players who were awarded ECNL Girls Conference Player of the year for their respective region and age group. To note among all that is that several teams had the more than 1 player who got the award. Here is a breakdown:

  • Wilmington Hammerheads (3 players)
  • SLSG Navy (3 players)
  • Connecticut FC (3 players)
  • PDA Blue (3 players)
  • San Juan SC (3 players)
  • Crossfire Premier (2 players)
  • Portland Thorns Academy (2 players)
  • Real Colorado National (2 players)
  • Concorde Fire Platinum (2 players)
  • San Diego Surf SC (2 players)
  • Solar SC (2 players)

Mid-Atlantic Conference Players of the Year

U15: Avery Fisher – Wilmington Hammerheads

U16: Karina Peat – Wilmington Hammerheads

U17: Y-lan Nguyen – VDA

U18/19: Jasmine Nixon – Charlotte SA

Midwest Conference Players of the Year

U15: Isabelle Dalke – SLSG Navy

U16: Mya Brandon – Michigan Hawks

U17: Alexandra Pfeiffer – SLSG Navy

U18/19: Kiley McMinn – SLSG Navy

New England Conference Players of the Year

U15: Anya Tansil – Connecticut FC

U16: Kennedy Ring – World Class FC

U17: Taylor Jenkins – World Class FC

U18/19: Claire Hutton – World Class FC

North Atlantic Conference Players of the Year

U15: Olivia Rubinich – Penn Fusion SA

U16: Cassandra Phair – PDA Blue

U17: Addison Halpern – PDA Blue

U18/19: Ashley Baron – PDA Blue

Northern Cal Conference Players of the Year

U15: Jocelyn Pearcy – San Juan SC

U16: Alison Hou – MVLA Soccer Club

U17: Paloma Daubert – San Juan SC

U18/19: Charlotte Kohler – MVLA Soccer Club

Northwest Conference Players of the Year

U15: Vienna Whipple – Crossfire Premier

U16: Samantha Snorsky – Crossfire Premier

U17: Shaela Bradley – Portland Thorns Academy

U18/19: Reagan Kotschau – Real Colorado National

Ohio Valley Conference Players of the Year

U15: Charlee Siria – Kings Hammer SC

U16: Madeline Padelski – Tennessee Soccer Club

U17: Katharine Scott – Internationals SC

U18/19: Eleanor Klinger – Internationals SC

Southeast Conference Players of the Year

U15: Ava Stack – Concorde Fire Platinum

U16: Kai Price – Concorde Fire Platinum

U17: Cameron Maynor – Concorde Fire Platinum

U18/19: Solai Washington – Concorde Fire Platinum

Southwest Conference Players of the Year

U15: Jaiden Rodriguez – San Diego Surf SC

U16: Ayva Jordan – Slammers FC HB KØGE

U17: Ines Derrien – San Diego Surf SC

U18/19: Mary Flores – Slammers FC HB KØGE

Texas Conference Players of the Year

U15: Evan O’Steen – Solar SC

U16: Jordyn Hardeman – Solar SC

U17: Jaden Thomas – FC Dallas

U18/19: Emilie McCartney – DKSC

Congratulations to all of the players who were selected to the All-Conference teams! This is a great accomplishment and a testament to your hard work and dedication.

The ECNL Girls is the premier youth soccer league in the United States. It provides a high-level of competition for players of all ages and abilities. The league is committed to developing the next generation of female soccer players.