ECNL U15 Power Rankings

Updated: May 22, 2012, 10:48 PM ET
By Sheldon Shealer & Chris Ackels | ESPNHS Staff

The good news for the top five teams, not a single one lost last week.

The bad news, more than half of the matches ended in ties. Two of the top five teams are finished for the regular season, and the other three ranked squads combined for a 2-0-3 showing. The net result was no change in this week's top five.

Looking ahead, the next match with major rankings consequence will be May 6 when the No. 3 SoCal Blues travel to No. 5 West Coast FC.

Starting next week, ESPNHS will offer a weekly glance at the top 10 teams in the under-15 age group. These rankings, indicative of the results of a team rather than a prediction of future outcomes, offer a sampling of some of the top talent in the game.

2011-12 Elite Clubs National League Power Rankings: Under-15

Last Week: 1
The high scoring of Jennifer Westendorf, Amanda Vocelka and Ella Stevens has carried GSA's offense. However, not to be overlooked is a defense riding a six-match shutout streak.
Next Match: Playoffs, TBA
Dallas Sting

Last Week: 2
The Dallas Sting and Dallas Texans played to a 1-1 draw last week. Despite the result, a tie by No. 3 So Cal keeps Sting in the No. 2 position for now.
Next Match: April 28 at TSC Hurricane
So Cal Blues

Last Week: 3
Erika Okuma scored two goals and was named the game's MVP during the SoCal Blues' 7-0 win over Crossfire, which came a day after a scoreless draw with Washington Premier.
Next Match: May 6 at West Coast FC

Last Week: 4
With several of the top five in action in the upcoming weeks, Eclipse Select -- which does not play again until June -- is in position to move up despite its idle status.
Next Match: June 2 at Carmel United
West Coast

Last Week: 5
Aubrielle Camacho scored two goals and was named game MVP as West Coast handled Las Vegas Premier 7-1. The following day, West Coast was held to a 1-1 draw by Heat FC.
Next Match: May 5 vs. Eagles SC