Announcements

The Spring Season is currently under way. Elkhart County United is proud to have 14 high school age teams for the spring of 2016. ECU has 1 National League team, 5 Midwest Regional teams, and all others play across different divisions of the Indiana State Leagues. Please follow the links below to view the league and Tourney schedules and results.

2016 League Schedules and Results
2016 Tournament Schedules and Results

ECU is also very proud of the U17 Boys Maroon team after making the clubs first ever National league appearance. The club, players, and coaches would like to thank everyone who helped to make the experience possible for this group of individuals.

Femi Hollinger-Janzen

Femi


Congratualtions to former ECU stand out Femi Hollnger-Janzen for being drafted and signed by the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer. Femi was an ECU and Bethany Christian standout who was named the ISCA Indiana High School Player of the Year.in 2011.  Hollinger-Janzen was also named to the NSCAA All-American squad as a midfielder and played in the NSCAA All-American game in Birmingham, AL where he scored the winning goal for the West team. He went on to play for Indiana University where he was part of national championship team in 2012.

Isaac Huerta
Indiana High School Player of the Year

Isaac

ECU U18 Maroon and Goshen High School standout Isaac Huerta has been named the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association Player of the Year for 2014.  Huerta lead Goshen to their first state championship while the leading the team in scoring. He was also named the IHSAA Mental Attitude Award winner at the state finals. This is the second ECU player to win the the Player of the year honor in the past 4 years with Femi Hollinger-Janzen (Indiana University) winning the award in 2011. Graduations Isaac and good luck at Goshen College.

About ECU Soccer Club

What is Elkhart County United?

Elkhart County United (ECU) is the collaboration between four area soccer clubs (Elkhart Flames, Northwood Pumas, Goshen Stars, and Middlebury Magic) and several local high schools. The idea stemmed from the frustrations that local clubs and high school coaches had over the lack of available opportunities for club teams at the U15, U16, U17, and U18 age groups for both boys and girls during the spring travel soccer season.

What is the goal of Elkhart County United?

ECU will provide maximum player opportunity, quality coaching, highly competitive teams, and collaboration between school and club while keeping costs to a minimum.

What is the Future Vision for Elkhart County United?

It is our vision to field two or three teams at each age level for both the girls and boys. We would like to have at least one team competing at the MRL (Midwest Region League) and/or the top division in ISL (Indiana Soccer League), a second team competing at the first division in the ISL, and so on down the line of ISL league levels.