regionally ranked players from around the country for that class.
You can check their rankings as well as all the other regionally ranked players here as the regional rankings are released over the next couple of weeks.
F Emma Cooper, Eclipse Select – The Michigan recruit commutes from Iowa City, IA to play for Eclipse Select. She is the leading scorer for Eclipse’s U17s with six goals in 10 matches, and was selected to the TDS Best XI list at the 2015 ODP Championships.
D McKenzie Langdok, Minnesota Thunder – Thunder’s U17 ECNL squad has given up just one goal in Midwest Conference play this season, and Langdok, along with defender Kaitlin Zabel, are the reason the team has defended so well. Langdok is verbally committed to Minnesota.
M Kelly Ann Livingstone, Match Fit Academy – A former member of the ODP Region I team, Livingstone plays for the Match Fit U17s that sit on top of the ECNL Northeast Conference standings.
M/D Lauryn Shin, Albertson – A player with exceptional size and athleticism, Shin has helped lead the Albertson U17s to a 3-0 record to start the 2015-16 season.
GK Brianna Aldridge, Washington Premier – The six foot tall goalkeeper is the defensive leader of Washington Premier’s U17 ECNL team that leads the Mountain Division standings.
F Andrea Amaro, Yardley Makefield Soccer – A penalty box striker with a great soccer brain, Amaro is one of the leading scorers in the USYS National League this season with five goals, helping to lead her team to a berth in the USYS 2016 National Championships.
M Samantha Fairweather, Real So Cal – Fairweather was a member of the U.S. U14 Girls National Team in 2013 and has attended multiple U.S. Soccer Training Centers. She moved from Eagles SC to Real So Cal for the 2015-16 season, playing every match for her new club and adding a goal for her efforts.
D Emily Sample, FC Dallas – Sample defends well in the air and has helped her FC Dallas U17 ECNL team to a one-loss season so far and second place in the Texas Conference. She is verbally committed to Pepperdine.
GK Peyton Bauman, Solar – Earned a clean sheet in every match of last summer’s ECNL playoffs, garnering a spot on the best xi list for the event. For the 2015-16 season her trend continues, with only two goals against in seven matches. Both goals were allowed in winning efforts for the Texans U16s that top the Texas Conference. Bauman is verbally committed to Missouri.
D Victoria Arvizu, West Coast FC – A member of one of the stingiest defenses in the ECNL, Arvizu was a part of the Mexico U15 National Team, and participated in a camp with Mexico’s U17s in January of 2014. She is verbally committed to New Mexico.
MF/F Emma Lee, McLean Youth Soccer – Lee, along with twin sister Shannon (ranked #148 in the IMG Academy 150), is a discovery player in her first year in the ECNL with McLean.
M Jessika Cowart, PSV Union – The center midfielder/outside defender was a member of the ODP Region IV team, has attended ODP National Camp and id2, in addition to receiving recommendations from coaches in her area.
M Kathryn Tuemmler, Lamorinda United – Tuemmler is a center midfielder on one of the top non-ECNL teams in the country. Lamorinda was a finalist at the 2015 Blues Cup in September, beating three ECNL teams (MVLA, Sereno, and Surf) on their way to the final.
F Olivia Jones, Sc Del Sol – Jones has four assists for the Del Sol U17s this season, and has given her verbal commitment to Arizona State. She participated in youth national team camps at the U15 and U17 level in 2014.
F Rheagen Smith, Dallas Texans – Smith has three goals so far this season for the Texans U17s, and is currently with the U18 Women’s National Team in California.