Alumni News


All American – Whitney Frary, Tyler Carr, Anna Gray, Katie Benson

Regional All American – Whitney Frary, Tyler Carr, Anna Gray, Molly Popolizio, Amanda Callahan, Emily DePoy, Molly Gillchrist, Sarah Cipperly, Meghan Cavanaugh


Albany College of Pharmacy Katie Benson, Shannon Donneally RIT Max Culhane, Katie Green, Madison Ehring
Bowdoin College Molly Popolizio Roberts Wesleyan Julia Doriski
Clarkson Alex Page, Camryn Carrecia Sage Nicole Soultanian, Morgan Lionarons
Coker College Autumn Fetterolf Siena Kristen Connors, Liz Rogan, Ali Lewis, Sarah Mikula
Eastern Nazarene Justine Buchanan, Amelia Gonzalez St John Fisher Bella Guarracino, Carly Finn, Riley Grimm, Olivia Relyea
Elmira College Allie Olsen St Johns Miranda Haraughty

Elon College

Shannon McMillan St Lawrence Sam Taillon, Emily Depoy, Caroline Crandall
Endicott Juliana McDermott St Michaels Alyssa Keeler, Meg Robinson, Megan Olsen
Fordham Kristina Maksuti, Brianna Blunk St Rose Tatiana Leggiero, Jada Brown, Ryleigh Hopeck
Hartwick College Annabelle Morrison Southern Vermont Sofi Sorriento, Addison Bonacio
Ithaca Myranda Gale, Megan Nash, Stephanie Dootz, Lindsey Woller, Anna Gray, Amanda Callanan SUNY Albany Meg Cavanaugh, Kendra Harbinger (Soccer & Lacrosse), Sophia DeMura
LeMoyne Janelle Powell, Jess Marini, Erica Wasserbach, Dani Casey SUNY Binghamton Stephanie Church, Conor O’Brien, Kaitlyn Martin
Manhattan College Tara Teal SUNY Cortland Sam Barringer, Taylor Teal
Mansfield College Danielle Murray SUNY Oneonta Kelsey Smith, Elise Moinzadeh, Kelsie Moinzadeh, Brooke Keefer
Marist Marjana Maksuti SUNY Plattsburgh Tess Klugman
MCLA Rebecca Pike, Ashley Scofield Syracuse University Raia James
Monmouth University Ava Sullivan The College of New Jersey Annamarie Piccirillo
Mount Ida Sierra Legge Union Mollie Gilchrist, Emily Rudolph
Nazareth Katie Trainor, Katie Reilly, Dana Donnelly, Tyler Carr, Sarah Cipperly, Anne Czeluzniak, Mia Longo University of Massachusetts Vanessa Patry
New England College Sarah Marois University of NC Chapel Hill Jill Shippee (Track & Field)
New Paltz Raegan Ehring, Abby Seymour University of Rhode Island Katie Nickles
NYU Elle Lutz University of Rochester Emily Downie
Penn State Behrend Bri DiBlasi University of Tennessee Allie Maguire
Providence Maddie Mylod Wesleyan Jenny Cascino
Williams Smith Julia DiMenna, Breezy Swete, Whitney Frary Emory University Maria Tsakalakos

FALL OF 2016

Congratulations to the following boys NY Elite alumni players who received awards during their 2016 fall college seasons:

Ben Beaury (2014) – NSCAA Third Team All American, Le Moyne College
Mike Miner (2015) – Third Team All SUNYAC, SUNY Cortland
James Homan (2015) – Second Team All Liberty League, Clarkson University
Ethan Strauss (2014) – Liberty League Honorable Mention, Union College


FALL OF 2015

Oct 22, 2015 – NY Elite FC is proud to announce some of our player’s collegiate achievements! We wish all our girls the best of luck as their seasons come to a close.

Katie Benson – scored 23 goals for Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, setting a school record with 7 goals in one game 
Max Culhane – starting midfielder for nationally ranked RIT with 3 goals and 1 assist
Carly Finn – recently named Empire 8 Women’s soccer player of the week and leading team in assists
Emily Depoy – leading the St. Lawrence Women’s team in assists with 7 goals 
Stephani Church – current leading scorer for Binghamton University 
Miranda Haraughty – pair of assists in 4-0 victory for nationally ranked St John’s Red Storm 
Alyssa Keeler – third on team in scoring for St Michael’s College 
Liz Rogan – once again named MAC defensive player of the week 

We have sent 40 players to collegiate soccer! Click Here to see a list of our NYEFC Girls and their college teams.


September 5, 2015 – Siena Women’s Soccer senior goalkeeper Liz Rogan has been named the MAAC Wilson Defensive Player of the Week. She led the Saints to an undefeated record last week, with a scoreless tie at Cornell Friday night and a 2-0 shutout of defending America East Tournament Champion New Hampshire in the home opener Sunday at Siena Field. Liz posted her first two collegiate shutouts last week while totaling 17 saves. Despite Siena being out-shot 22-3, Rogan made a career-high eight saves in leading the Saints to a hard fought road point against the Big Red. She then posted a new career-best nine saves to blank a UNH squad which had entered play unbeaten over their first three matches. Rogan, who has made an average of 7.8 saves to the tune of a stellar .816 save percentage over the Saints’ first four matches of 2015, currently holds a shutout streak of 202:31.

IN THE MEDIA: Liz Rogan’s Recognition.

IN THE MEDIA: Liz Rogan’s MAAC Recognition.


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