14 FC WI Eclipse graduating players will be playing college soccer in the fall of 2015 at 11 different schools in 10 different conferences - including the Big 10, Big East, America East, Summit League, Horizon League and more.
FC Wisconsin Eclipse is proud to announce the club's third class of graduating seniors who will be moving on to play college soccer in the fall of 2015. Collectively, the class represents 14 committed players attending 11 different schools in 10 different conferences - including the Big 10, Big East, America East, Summit League, Horizon League and more.
"FC Wisconsin Eclipse was founded to help aspiring Wisconsin athletes realize their dreams of being able to maximize their potential and compete at the highest level possible," said Director of Coaching Christian Lavers. "We are very proud of these young women and what they have accomplished, and we look forward to watching them continue their playing careers all over the country in college soccer." Two more graduating players from the club will be attending college in the fall but have not yet made their college choices at this point, making 100% of the class moving into college and 94% playing college soccer.
FC Wisconsin Eclipse players compete in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), the top youth female development league in the United States. The competition and player development platforms in the ECNL provide unmatched opportunity and exposure for the league's players, and over 1,200 ECNL players across the country will sign collegiate letters of intent today - more than 900 in NCAA Division I. For more information on the massive College Impact of the ECNL's 2015 class, click here.
The FC Wisconsin Eclipse 2015 Class: