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PDA takes overall national title
July 21st, 2010 11:31PM



[ECNL] New Jersey club PDA was crowned the overall club champion, while the PDA Tsunami, Mustang Blast and Dallas Sting -- coached by former indoor star Tatu -- won divisional titles at the inaugural ECNL National Championship in Redmond, Wash.

Teams representing 40 clubs were competing for age group championships and promotion and relegation between the Challenge A and B flights in each age group for the 2010-11 season.
In U-17 action, PDA Tsunami claimed the national championship by defeating FC Stars of Mass 3-1 in penalties following a 2-2 tie through regulation and overtime. Ohio Elite SA claimed third place in the U-17 Challenge A division thanks to a 1-0 victory over Lonestar SC.
In the only championship game to not feature penalty kicks, Mustang Rampage earned the U-16 national title by recording a 3-2 triumph over PDA Charge. FC Stars of Mass earned third place in U-16 Challenge A play with a 3-1 win over Crossfire Premier, the host club for the weekend.
After recording the only perfect 9-0-0 record during the regular season, Dallas Sting claimed the U-15 national championship by defeating Arsenal FC 5-4 on penalties following a 2-2 tie through regulation and overtime. CASL Spartan Elite placed third in U-15 Challenge A action by posting a 2-1 victory over Eclipse Select.
ECNL National Championship
PDA Tsunami 2, FCStars of Mass 2
(PDA Tsunami wins on penalties, 3-1)
Challenge A Third-Place Match
Ohio Elite SA 1, Lonestar SC 0
Promotion Playoffs
San Juan SC 1, FC Virginia 0
Relegation Playoffs
Colorado Rush 1, Charlotte SA 0
ECNL National Championship
Mustang Rampage 3, PDA Charge 2
Challenge A Third-Place Match
FC Stars of Mass 3, Crossfire Premier 1
Promotion Playoffs
Connecticut FC 2, Challenge SC 0
Relegation Playoffs
Sereno SC 1, Birmingham United 0
ECNL National Championship
Dallas Sting 2, Arsenal FC 2
(Dallas Sting wins on penalties, 5-4)
Challenge A Third-Place Match
CASL Spartan Elite 2, Eclipse Select 1
Promotion Playoffs
Solar 3, SoccerPlus Connecticut 2
Relegation Playoffs
D’Feeters 3, Stars of Massachusetts 1

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