Originally Posted by buckshooter5
I won't cutback on the negativity as it is the truth !
Stop avoiding the truth !
Everyone keeps saying who cares as long as you are playing college, WHAT CRAP !
do you think these Girls and families pick these schools ?
Your Freaking crazy !
This is all that was offered to them, limited by how strong the League played in !
The ECNL puts the kids in front of the major school coaches, because the Major school coaches are interested in the ECNL players first Always have been.
if you are Consistently in front of the major schools that is where your offer will come from.
If you are in front of nothing but lower and mid level schools that is where your offer will come from , cannot go to a big school if there is no offer and they have not seen much of you !
Figure it out , this is not rocket science
The National League does not attract the number of coaches at the events like the ECNL Events do , not even close.
Now will this new DA do even a better job than the ECNL ? Time will tell
But untill they do as the list above proves ECNL players are going to more top Schools hands down.
Now does that mean the CUP/KHA players are not as good as the ECNL players ? NO but what it says is they are not being seen by the top coaches as much as the ECNL players are.
Those are the facts
Really so lets look at the pesky facts about "TOP COACHES" at major programs and how many from the local clubs are going where. So if I subscribe to what you said "Everyone keeps saying who cares as long as you are playing college, WHAT CRAP !" then "Stop avoiding the truth !". It looks like college coaches know that CUP is doing a better than our local ECNL club. So locally why are you not playing for the club that seems to being helping more local kids?
I agree it appears the college coaches have taken time to "Figure it out , this is not rocket science" at all CUP has running away with it.
Now does that mean the OE players are not as good as the NL CUP players ? NO but what it says is they are not being recruited by the top coaches as much as the NL CUP players are locally.
Now will the local ECNL club do even a better job than the CUPs NL teams or the DA? Time will tell. But until they do as the list below proves CUP players are going to more top Schools hands down. The National League does not attract the number of coaches at the events like the ECNL Events do , not even close. But its being "seen" is far different than actually landing a college spot on a team which the local ECNL club seems to struggle with now but NL CUP seems to have figured it out.
Below are the undisputed facts.
OE Class of 2017 Commitments
Kelly Salt | Walsh University | 2017
Natalie Choo | Washington & Lee University | 2017
Kylie Hawkins | College of Wooster | 2017
Riley Shelton | SCAD | 2017
Kayla Belcher | Walsh University | 2017
Mc Abby McNamara (2017) - Wake Forest
Mikayla "Shey" Hampton (2017) - Northwestern University
Claire Fisher (2017) - University of Tennessee
Olivia Brown (2017) - University of Dayton
Rachel Ernst (2017) - Kent State University
Talia Brown (2017) - Bowling Green State University
Paige Knorr (2017) - Ohio University
Katie Shaffer (2017) - Eastern Kentucky University
Grace Poncsak (2017) - Ohio State University
Courtney Jones (2017) - Clemson University
Abigail Mathews (2017) - Ohio Northern University
Riley Shelton (2017) - Savannah College of Art & Design
Ellie Vandergriff (2017) - Bellarmine University
Casey Jervier (2017) - University of Chicago
Sydney Leshnak (2017) - Ohio Northern University
Jenna Prathapa (2017) - Cleveland State University
Kenna Egan | Miami University | 2018
Khyla Porter (2018) - Villanova University
Lauren Parker (2018) - Miami (OH) University
Macy Harper (2019) - Xavier University
Laney Huber (2019) - University of Dayton
Cincinnati United Class of 2017
Brooklyn Adair- Wilmington
Erin Babcock- Akron
Abby Brauning- University of Cincinnati
Rachel Burgess- Indiana University East
Emi Carlo- University of Cincinnati
Kiersten Clukey- Campbellsville
Kristin Dean - Centre College
Devin Duhme- Lander University
Shelby Elder - Walsh University
Gabbie Fleming- Anderson Univeristy
Erica Hafer- Walsh University
Jack Harper- Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Jayde Hoffmann- Capital
Kailey Ivins - NKU
Mandi Kinsey- Malone
Brooke Lindenschmidt Malone
Emily Moreno- UC Clermont
Sierra Moss - Florida International
Casey Murphy- Mt. St. Joe
Brooke Radcliffe- Tusculum College
Morgan Ramby- Auburn
Kaitlyn Rhodes- Hanover
Kateri Schoettinger- Radford University
Grace Schuppe- Memphis
Maddie Smitth- DePauw
Nicole Visse - Indiana University East
Emma VonLehman- NKU
Grace Wilson- Florida International
Class of 2018
Megan Bine- Cleveland State
Adrianna Brewer- University of Toledo
Cierra Crosby- Cleveland State
Desiree Grubbs- Miami University (OH)
Lexy Kidd- University of Dayton
Kiana Klein - University of Louisville
Madison Lindsay- University of Cincinnati
Maeve Maloney- University of Louisville
Chloe Masys- Miami University (OH)
Annie Metzger- University of Cincinnati
Taylor Nuncio- University of Louisville
Olivia Popovich- Xavier University
Saylor Jewell- University of North Alabama
Mimi Stines- University of Dayton
Ana Sulentic- St. Joseph's
Laurin Uptegrove - Winthrop
Caroline Welsh - Xavier
Sam Hausser - Dayton
Class of 2019
Kennidy Belle - Iowa State
Brittany Duncan- Ohio State
Aliyah El-Naggar- Ohio State
Paige Elliott- University of Minnesota
Eva Kiper - Morehead State
Megan Oduyoye- University of Missouri
Anna Podojil- University of Arkansas
Jordyn Rhodes- Indiana University
Olivia Scheper- Xavier University