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Carlsbad Elite claims three National League titles
March 30th, 2014 9AM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER]Carlsbad Elite became just the third club to win three or more divisional titles in the same season in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League that wrapped up its 2013-14 girls season Sunday at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex in Las Vegas, Nev.

Carlsbad's U-14s, U-16s and U-17s were winners. Dallas Texans and Legends FC won four division titles each in 2011-12.

“As a director, I’m very proud of our club," said Michael Duggan, Carlsbad's director of coaching, said after the U-16 squad clinched its second straight league title. "The under-17s winning out yesterday with a game to spare, which is absolutely fantastic. The Under-14s [winning the title], as well. It’s a proud moment for us as a club.”

Beach FC Ingrassia's U-18s became just the eighth team in National League history to win every one of its games in a season and the fourth girls side to accomplish the feat. Beach also tied the record for goals in a season with 26, which was set in 2009-10 by Scorpions Elite and tied earlier this season by BRYC Elite.

Berths to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 21-27 in Germantown, Md., and guaranteed spots in the league next year were decided. Eight titles were not decided until the final day of play.

All five defending national champions punched their ticket to Germantown: U-15 Eastside FC, U-16 Eclipse Elite Black, U-17 DMCV Sharks Elite won their respective division titles, while U-14 Legends FC and U-18 Cleveland United White secured second-place finishes.

Under-14 Girls
Blue Champion: Tophat 18 Gold (GA)
Blue Runner-up: Legends FC (CA-S)
Red Champion: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)
Red Runner-up: Ponte Vedra SC JFC Storm (FL)

Under-15 Girls
Blue Champion: Eastside FC Red (WA)
Blue Runner-up: Futura Academy Forte (MO)
Red Champion: Pride Predators (CO)
Red Runner-up: YMS Premier Xplosion (E-PA)

Under-16 Girls
Blue Champion: Eclipse Elite Black (IL)
Blue Runner-up: MRM Coyotes (MD)
Red Champion: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)
Red Runner-up: Tampa Bay United Premier (FL)

Under-17 Girls
Blue Champion: DMCV Sharks Elite (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: NSA Jaguars (IL)
Red Champion: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)
Red Runner-up: Kings Hammer Academy (OH-S)

Under-18 Girls
Blue Champion: Beach FC Ingrassia (CA-S)
Blue Runner-up: Cleveland United White (OH-N)
Red Champion: BRYC 95 Elite (VA)
Red Runner-up: Match Fit Beat (NJ)


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