ECNL Teams Sweep Showcase
December 5, 2017
 
McLean U18 ECNL team players celebrate after scoring a goal at the highly competitive NCFC Girls Showcase. The squad went undefeated in three games.
 
 
Two teams coached by Total Futbol Executive Director Nadir Moumen swept their games at the prestigious 2017 North Carolina FC Youth (NCFC) Girls Showcase (formerly known as the CASL Girls Showcase) December 1-3 in Raleigh. McLean Youth Soccer’s U16 (born 2002) and U18 (born 1999) ECNL teams both went undefeated in top brackets of their respective age groups, conceding just one goal apiece in three games.
 
The NCFC Showcase event drew more than 440 teams from around the country and more than 600 college coaches, who use the event to evaluate and recruit future players.
 
McLean’s U16 ECNL team, coached by Moumen since September of 2017, competed in the U16 Elite Gold Group B bracket, scoring 17 goals and allowing one in three games against teams from Michigan, New Jersey and Florida.
 
McLean U16 ECNL Team – Elite Gold Group B Division
Won 4-0 against Midwest United FC 02 Royal
Won 10-0 against NJ Wildcats Averbuch NPL
Won 3-1 against Tampa Bay United ECNL 2002
 
As of Dec. 31, 2017, the team is currently #1 in the ECNL’s Mid-Atlantic Conference with a record of 10-1-1 (32 goals for, 6 goals against) and is #8 in the ECNL’s U16 National Champions League.
 

McLean U18 ECNL team player Annie Sorando helps her team at the 2017 NCFC Girls Showcase. Annie has committed to play for UNC Charlotte in 2018.
 
 
McLean’s U18 ECNL team, coached by Moumen for the last three years, competed in the U18 Elite Gold Group B bracket, scoring 12 goals and allowing one in three games against teams from Florida, California, and New Jersey.
 
McLean U18 ECNL Team – Elite Gold Group B Division
Won 2-0 against Tampa Bay ECNL Composite 99
Won 7-0 against Slammers FC ECNL Composite
Won 3-1 against SJEB Rush 00
 
As of Dec. 31, 2017, the team is currently #1 in the ECNL’s Mid-Atlantic Conference with a record of 12-0-0 (40 goals for, 5 goals against) and is #2 in the ECNL’s U18 National Champions League. The team is ranked #21 nationally by Top Drawer Soccer and #1 in the state of Virginia by Got Soccer. A total of 23 players on the team’s roster have already committed to play soccer in college—most of them will graduate from high school in spring 2018.