ECNL Composite

pewpew

SILVER ELITE
Anyone have insight on how this team works?
 

RedCard

SILVER ELITE
Composite Division Basics:

• Participation in the Composite Division is optional, both by conference and by clubs within the conference. Any conference may determine whether to support a Composite Division, and any club in the conference may determine whether to participate in the Composite Division.
• The Composite Division Team will be the “second team” in the U18/19 age group
• The specific competition format for the Composite Division will be determined at the conference level, and may be home and away, home or away, or another logical format based on the participating teams. The ECNL must approve the final format.
• ECNL Composite Division players must be carded under the ECNL and will be subject to ECNL roster rules. Players can play for both the ECNL U18/19 Team and the ECNL U18/19 Composite Team, provided all ECNL Rules and Regulations are followed, including without limitation:
o Players may only play one (1) game per day. (Players may not play in a Composite Division game and another ECNL game.)
• ECNL Composite Division players may participate in any ECNL National Event for which they are age eligible.
• There will be no post-season competition for ECNL Composite Division teams.

ECNL Support:

The ECNL will support the Composite Division in the following ways:

• ECNL will add a “U18/U19 Composite Division” tab in standings on the ECNL website
• ECNL will host two (2) ECNL Composite Events during the season
• No Post Season for ECNL Composite teams
 

pewpew

SILVER ELITE
My G03 has been offered a spot on a team. Just wasn’t sure if we should jump ship at the last minute before the season starts and leave our current team short. But also wondering if it’s worth it in the long run as far as college exposure and recruitment goes vs staying and playing in our upcoming current lower bracket/different league. Thanks for that very thorough response. Much appreciated!!
 

Messi>CR7

SILVER ELITE
Composite Division Basics:

• Participation in the Composite Division is optional, both by conference and by clubs within the conference. Any conference may determine whether to support a Composite Division, and any club in the conference may determine whether to participate in the Composite Division.
• The Composite Division Team will be the “second team” in the U18/19 age group
• The specific competition format for the Composite Division will be determined at the conference level, and may be home and away, home or away, or another logical format based on the participating teams. The ECNL must approve the final format.
• ECNL Composite Division players must be carded under the ECNL and will be subject to ECNL roster rules. Players can play for both the ECNL U18/19 Team and the ECNL U18/19 Composite Team, provided all ECNL Rules and Regulations are followed, including without limitation:
o Players may only play one (1) game per day. (Players may not play in a Composite Division game and another ECNL game.)
• ECNL Composite Division players may participate in any ECNL National Event for which they are age eligible.
• There will be no post-season competition for ECNL Composite Division teams.

ECNL Support:

The ECNL will support the Composite Division in the following ways:

• ECNL will add a “U18/U19 Composite Division” tab in standings on the ECNL website
• ECNL will host two (2) ECNL Composite Events during the season
• No Post Season for ECNL Composite teams
I think this year they did have a playoff even though there were only six teams:
https://tgs.totalglobalsports.com/public/flightstandings.aspx?eid=960&fid=4592
 

Buckyballer

SILVER
They have results from this weekend on their site - what is interesting is that they have composite results but not pure U18 results - maybe the pure U18s and the composites were all grouped together?
 
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