Charlotte Lady Eagles

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Charlotte Lady Eagles
Charlotte Lady Eagles logo.svg
Full name Charlotte Lady Eagles
Nickname(s) Lady Eagles
Founded 2000
Stadium Dickson Field, Queens University
Charlotte, North Carolina
Stadium
capacity
2,500
Chairman United States Pat Stewart
Manager United States Mitch Sanford
League TBD

Charlotte Lady Eagles is an American women's soccer team, founded in 2000. Between 2002 and 2015 the Lady Eagles were a member of the United Soccer Leagues USL W-League, the second tier of women's soccer in the United States and Canada, and a member of the W-2 League between 2000 and 2002.

The team plays its home games at Dickson Field, Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. The club's colors are orange, sky blue and white.

The Lady Eagles are a division of Missionary Athletes International (MAI), an organization committed to sharing the message of Christianity through sports ministry. They are a sister organization of the MAI men's PDL franchises the Charlotte Eagles and the Southern California Seahorses.

While the W-League folded in 2015, MAI has announced plans to continue training women and girls as players and coaches. No future league status has been announced.[1]

Players[edit]

Current roster 2015[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Alex Kubrick
2 United States DF Sarah Ann Waugh
3 United States DF Jessica Niemi
4 United States DF Amanda Naeher
5 United States MF Alyssa Telang
6 United States MF Jennifer Lee
7 United States MF Alex Brandt
8 United States FW McCallie Jones
9 United States MF Madison Kauzlarich
10 Brazil FW Leah Fortune
11 Canada FW Lauren Hughes
12 United States FW Molly Drooger
13 United States MF Annie Speese
No. Position Player
15 United States MF Kyele Bridel
16 United States DF Natalie Guerrieri
17 United States MF Brittany Aanderud
18 United States MF Claudia Day
19 United States MF Emmi Dunn
20 United States DF Valorie O'Brien
21 United States FW Nikki Elsaesser
22 United States DF Jenn Ludemann
23 United States FW Tori Andreski
24 United States DF Malinda Allen
25 United States GK Chloe Buehler
26 United States FW Justine Hovden
39 United States GK Robyn Jones

Notable former players[edit]

Head Coaches[edit]

Year-by-year[edit]

Year League Reg. Season Playoffs
2000 USL W-League W-2 1st, Atlantic Championship Game
2001 USL W-League W-2 1st, Eastern W-2 Champions
2002 USL W-League 1st, Atlantic Conference Finals
2003 USL W-League 2nd, Atlantic Conference Finals
2004 USL W-League 2nd, Atlantic Conference Finals
2005 USL W-League 1st, Atlantic Conference Finals
2006 USL W-League 1st, Atlantic National Semifinals (4th Place)
2007 USL W-League 3rd, Atlantic Did not qualify
2008 USL W-League 2nd, Atlantic Conference Semifinals
2009 USL W-League 3rd, Atlantic Conference Finals
2010 USL W-League 2nd, Atlantic Conference Finals
2011 USL W-League 2nd, Atlantic Conference Finals
2012 USL W-League 1st, Southeast Conference Finals
2013 USL W-League 4th, Southeast Did not qualify
2014 USL W-League 2nd, Southeast National Semifinals
2015 USL W-League 2nd, Southeast Did not qualify

Honors[edit]

  • USL W-League Southeastern Conference Champions 2014
  • USL W-League Southeastern Division Champions 2012
  • USL W-League Central Conference Champions 2006
  • USL W-League Atlantic Division Champions 2006
  • USL W-League Atlantic Division Champions 2005
  • USL W-League Central Conference Champions 2002
  • USL W-League Atlantic Division Champions 2002
  • USL W-League W-2 Champions 2001
  • USL W-League W-2 Eastern Conference Champions 2001
  • USL W-League W-2 Atlantic Conference Champions 2000

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