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3. BEST YOUTH CLUBS: 2007 Soccer America Top 20 Girls Clubs
January 23rd, 2007 9:19PM
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Thanks to a record-setting 2006 season, the Eclipse Select emerged as the top team in the Soccer America Top 20 girls rankings, taking over the top spot from the Dallas Texans.

2007 Soccer America Top 20 Girls Clubs

RANK/TEAM (STATE)
1 Eclipse Select (Ill.)
2 Dallas Texans (Texas)
3 PDA (N.J.)
4 Michigan Hawks (Mich.)
5 Slammers FC (Calif.)
6 Colorado Rush (Colo.)
7 Mustang Soccer (Calif.)
8 St. Louis SC (Mo.)
9 Edmond SC (Okla.)
10 So Cal Blues (Calif.)
11 Real Colorado (Colo.)
12 Freestate SA (Md.)
13 Bethesda SC (Md.)
14 Real So Cal (Calif.)
15 San Diego Surf (Calif.)
16 Eagles SC (Calif.)
17 Pleasanton Rage (Calif.)
18 World Class (N.J.)
19 Laguna Hills Eclipse (Calif.)
20 Irvine Strikers SC (Calif.)
Criteria
Soccer America selects the top 20 clubs, based on success of their teams in national youth championships over the last three years and national recognition for players (including U.S. national youth team selection) from these clubs in 2006.


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