Tyler Flowers, 2021-2022 Boys ECNL Northeast Player of the Year, 2005 Boys (U17) dribbling the soccer ball.

2021-2022 Boys ECNL Honors

Congratulations to our Sporting Delaware Boys ECNL players recognized for exceptional play during the 2021-2022 Season!

We are very proud of all of our players and teams for the hard work, commitment, and strong performances throughout the year.

Boys ECNL Northeast Conference First Team, Caelin Campbell, 2004 Boys ECNL

Caelin Campbell

Team: 2004 ECNL Boys

Position: Goalkeeper

ECNL Honors: First Team All-Conference- Northeast

College Commitment: University of Delaware, Division 1, CAA Conference

About Caelin:

“Caelin had an outstanding 2021/2022 season and career for Sporting in net. His play in goal was rewarded with and offer from University of Delaware where he will compete this Fall. The entire Sporting staff wishes Caelin the best of luck.  ” Brian Barry, Boys ECNL Director

Boys ECNL Northeast Second Team, Luke Chatten, Sporting Delaware 2004 Boys

Luke Chatten

Team: 2004 ECNL Boys

Position: Center Back

ECNL Honors: Second Team All-Conference- Northeast

College Commitment: University of Delaware, Division 1, CAA Conference

About Luke:

“Luke was a great leader this season from the Center Back position. He is a versatile player, not only is he a top defender, but an attacking threat as well. Luke was involved in a variety of goals, in the run of play and set pieces. ” Brian Barry, Boys ECNL Director

Boys ECNL Northeast Division Player of the Year, Tyler Flowers, Sporting Delaware 2005 Boys

Tyler Flowers

Team: 2005 ECNL Boys

Position: Center Mid

ECNL Honors: Player of Year – Northeast Conference, First Team All-Conference- Northeast

College Commitment: Penn State, Division 1, Big10 Conference

About Tyler:

Tyler Flowers spear headed the attack for the Sporting Delaware 2005 ECNL Boys during the 2021-2022 campaign. Tyler netted 13 goals from his midfield position and helped the team score 72 goals in 23 games across all ECNL competitions. Flowers was an integral part of helping the team win their second consecutive conference title and back-to-back appearances in the Round of 16 at the ECNL Playoffs in San Diego, California.  

“Tyler is a fantastic talent with an unbelievable work ethic. His ability to help in possession, creativeness in the attack and services on set pieces makes him one of the most dangerous midfielders in the country.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast First Team, Bryce Flowers, 2005 Boys ECNL

Bryce Flowers

Team: 2005 ECNL Boys

Position: Forward

ECNL Honors: First Team All-Conference – Northeast

College Commitment: Penn State, Division 1, Big10 Conference

About Bryce:

Bryce Flowers was an integral part in the success of the team in the 2021-2022 campaign. Bryce scored 11 goals from his forward position in all ECNL competitions. His ability to hold up possession and ability around goal helped Sporting Delaware claim their second consecutive conference title.

“Bryce’s ability to hold up possession and allow our team to play a certain brand of soccer was an integral part of the team’s success. His unique ability to play with his back to goal is very rare and is a dangerous finisher around the box.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast Second Team, Tad Glasser, 2005 Boys

Thaddeus Glasser

Team: 2005 ECNL Boys

Position: Center Mid & Center Back

ECNL Honors: Second Team All-Conference – Northeast

College Commitment: University of Delaware, Division 1, CAA Conference

About Thaddeus:

Thaddeus Glasser was a key cog in the middle of the pitch and backline during the 2021-2022 season. His versatility provided the team a great deal of success as he transitioned to center back to help the team when TJ Hasting went down with injury. Whether in the midfield or on the backline, Glasser provided leadership and energy to the Northeast Conference Champions.

“Tad is one of the best leaders that I’ve ever coached. His unselfishness to move around and help the team really was a key reason the team had so much success. He improved in all areas of his game and I’m excited to continue to watch him develop.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast First Team, Jackson Laznik, 2006 Boys

Jackson Laznik

Team: 2006 ECNL Boys

Position: Goalkeeper

ECNL Honors: First Team All-Conference – Northeast

About Jackson:

Jackson Laznik had another fantastic season in 2021-2022. He helped record 14 shutouts in 26 ECNL competitions and spear headed a stingy defense. The Sporting Delaware 2006 ECNL Boys finished 2nd overall in the Northeast Conference and qualified for their second consecutive ECNL Playoffs.

“Jackson is one of the best Goalkeepers in our conference and a key reason we had so much success this past season. He is competitive and a fierce leader that demands a lot from his teammates in their preparation.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast First Team, Gavin Newcombe, 2006 Boys

Gavin Newcombe

Team: 2006 ECNL Boys

Position: Center Back

ECNL Honors: First Team All-Conference – Northeast

About Gavin:

Gavin Newcombe was one of the anchors of the backline for the Sporting Delaware 2006 ECNL Boys. His play helped contribute to 14 shutouts in ECNL competitions during the 2021-2022 season. His ability to defend and attack set pieces provided key goals in big games for the team.

“Gavin is the true definition of a gamer. He battled through some nagging injuries all season but provided a toughness to our team and backline that helped us have a very successful season.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast Second Team, Gianluca Marroni, 2006 Boys

Gianluca Marroni

Team: 2006 ECNL Boys

Position: Midfielder & Forward

ECNL Honors: Second Team All-Conference- Northeast

About Gianluca:

Gianluca Marroni provided a big impact in the buildup play and attack for the Sporting Delaware 2006 ECNL Boys. From his midfield position he led the team in goals scored across a very balanced attack.

“Gianluca is a unique player in that he is very talented on the ball off the dribble but also is super competitive and hard working off the ball. He has the ability to change the game at any moment and I’m excited to watch him continue to grow and develop.” – Erik Temple, Sporting Director & ECNL Coach

Boys ECNL Northeast First Team, Mason Csapo, 2007 Boys

Mason Csapo

Team: 2007 ECNL Boys

Position: Center Back

ECNL Honors: First Team All-Conference- Northeast

About Mason:

“Mason was an integral part of the 2007 team during the 2021/22 season. He possesses all the tools of a top center back. His leadership qualities in training and games was also a major reason the 2007’s qualified for playoffs this past season.  ” – Brian Barry, Boys ECNL Director

Boys ECNL Northeast Second Team, Bradley Zavala, 2007 Boys

Bradley Zavala

Team: 2007 ECNL Boys

Position: Forward

ECNL Honors: Second Team All-Conference- Northeast

About Bradley:

“Bradley is one of the best finishers we have at Sporting. His ability as a goal scorer and playmaker in the final 1/3 for was on full display this past season.  ” – Brian Barry, Boys ECNL Director

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