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Top scorers from every age group in the ECNL

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson
Published: December 14, 2012

The race for top scorer in the nation is on, but it’s hard to imagine anyone catching Danica Evans anytime soon. The Colorado Rush U18 striker has 28 goals in 11 games for the Denver club, as the Portland recruit has been unstoppable this season.

Concorde Fire U18’s Savannah Jordan remains close with 24 goals from 19 games, and does have the benefit of playing in the Florida Showcase in a couple of weeks. The Florida commit has been among the top scorers in the elite girls club soccer league for many years.

Below is a list of the top ten scorers from every age group in the ECNL. All stats are based off the reported scores on the club’s website.

Player (Club/Commitment) – goals scored as of Dec. 14

U18:

Danica Evans (Colorado Rush/Portland) – 28

Danica evans club soccer headerDanica Evans (left) playing for the
W-League's Rush.

Savannah Jordan (Concorde Fire/Florida) – 24

Jaycie Johnson (Sporting Blue Valley/Nebraska) – 17

Elizabeth Keester (TSC Hurricane/Texas A&M) – 17

Alex Anthony (Real Colorado/Maryland) – 14

Shelby Raper (Colorado Storm/South Dakota State) – 14

Emily Bruder (Utah Avalanche/North Carolina) -14

Jasmine Hart (Dallas Texans/Texas) – 13

Kelli Drobney (Colorado Rush/Boise State) – 12

Meaghan Carrigan (Carolina Elite Soccer Academy/Richmond) – 11

Katie Martin (Dallas Sting/Villanova) – 11

U17:

Jorian Baucom (SC Del Sol/LSU) – 12

Charlotte Brascia (Heat FC/Arizona) – 11

Danielle Farano (Las Vegas Premier/Massachusetts) – 11

Madison Hall (D’Feeters Soccer Club/Arkansas) – 11

Mary Gracin Palmer (CASL Chelsea Ladies/Ohio State) – 10

Jamie Cheslik (Michigan Hawks/Michigan State) – 8

Sarah Price (SLSG) – 8

Jazmarie Mader (SC Del Sol) – 8

Brenna Leftwich (Sereno Soccer Club) – 8

Sarah Medina (Orlando City/Miami(w)) – 8

Kaycie Young (Real Colorado/Portland) – 8

Mikaela Harvey (Lonestar SC/Texas A&M) – 8

Chelsea Jackson (Lonestar SC/Oklahoma) – 8

U16:

Jennifer Westendorf (Gwinnett Soccer Association) - 18

Megan Massey (Real Colorado) – 15

Amanda Vocelka (Gwinnett Soccer Association) – 13

Emily Bates (Dallas Texans/Texas A&M) – 13

Alana Hockenhull (Orlando City) - 12

Mia Hoen-Beck (McLean Youth Soccer) – 10

Ruvimbo Mucherera (Orlando City) - 10

Kelsey Parrinello (Vardar) – 9

Christiana Sullivan (AHFC) – 9

Katie Glenn (Lonestar/Texas) – 9

U15:

Madison Haley (Dallas Texans) – 13

Zoe Redei (Eclipse Soccer Club) – 13

Morgan Hensley (Sporting Blue Valley) – 13

Jayne Lydiatt (Real Colorado) - 12

Katie MacGinnitie (Concorde Fire) – 11

Tatum Barton (Real Colorado) - 11

Lily Ammon (Concorde Fire) – 10

Gabriela Rivera (Concorde Fire) – 10

Haley Berg (Dallas Texans) – 10

Mallory Pugh (Real Colorado) – 11

U14:

Civana Kuhlmann (Colorado Rush) – 20

Elisabeth Geraghty (Colorado Storm) – 19

Sophia Serafin (West Coast FC) - 15

Ariana Owens (Lonestar SC) – 14

Catarina Macario (San Diego Surf) – 14

Madeleine Lucas (Michigan Hawks) – 14

Alison Schlegel (Colorado Storm) – 13

Alexandra Rice (Carmel United) - 13

Mary Moore (Solar-Chelsea Soccer Club) – 12

Madison Williams (Solar-Chelsea Soccer Club) – 11

Kayla Fong (De Anza Force) – 11

 
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