Elkhart Christian Academy Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 5 - 12 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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9 Fall Athletes Earn Post-Season Honors

This fall, nine ECA athletes received post-season honors. Most notably, senior volleyball player and team captain, Caroline Kitchen was named ICGSA 1st Team All-State, ICGSA Academic All-State Honorable Mention, IHSVCA 1st Team All-District North as well as receiving the IHSVCA All-Star Nomination. Jadyn Borst was also named to the ICGSA Academic All-State Honorable Mention list

Elkhart Christian Academy Girls Varsity Soccer falls to Lakeland High School 3-0

Thursday, September 28, 2017 7:00 PM Elkhart Christian Academy AWAY 0 Lakeland High School HOME 3 Game Recap ECA: Shots – 6 Saves – 9 Corners – 1 Goals – 0 Assists – 0 Lakeland: Shots – 17 Saves – 6 Goals – First half: #4 (Karley Alleshouse), #4 (Karley Alleshouse); Second Half: #3 (Hailey

Soccer Teams Soar Through First Round

The boys and girls soccer teams have both won their first round sectional matches. 5 Eagles players found the net, Monday night, on the way to defeating South Bend Career Academy 5-0. Evan Jachimiak began the scoring, followed by Caleb Walters, Nathan Karlik, Michael Warren and Evan Hartman. With the win, ECA will see semi-final

Girls Soccer Picks up 10th Win

It has been a record breaking season for our girls soccer program. On Saturday, September 24 the Lady Eagles defeated South Bend Riley 7-0 to earn their 10th win and break the school record for most wins in a season. Mary Reddy led the way with 4 goals and 2 assists while Kaitlyn Shoemaker added

Varsity Sweeps Opening Night

The Eagles are off to a great start. All 5 Varsity sports walked away from Tuesday night’s competition, victors. Cross Country┬ástarted off the night with a 1st-6th place finish for the boys and a 1st-5th place finish for the girls. They were perfect with team scores of 15. The boys were led by Garrett McKee,

Girls Soccer Wraps Season

With a loss to the eventual Sectional champion Westview HS on 10/6, the Lady Eagle soccer season came to a close. The girls fought hard this season to overcome a lack of numbers, lack of experience and multiple injuries. Coach Sean Addison says, “On a team of 13, when 11 play at a time, everybody