A Recap of the 2020-2021 Season

A Note From the Board

First of all, the Southeast Series League would like to thank the players, parents, friends and fans for the commitment and perseverance to make this season happen. We are extremely proud to say we completed our full predicted 24 game season.  We worked hard to make this season happen during these unprecedented times and unchartered waters. 

We are extremely excited for next year. As we recap and reflect we want to remind everyone of our mission;  to provide girls in the southeast opportunities to play hockey, grow and develop into strong female leaders. We work tirelessly to provide a safe, happy, positive environment for girls to play hockey in the southeast. We need everyone’s support to keep growing the league and keep providing opportunities for girls to play hockey in the Southeast. We would like to remind everyone how unique our league is. We have a wide range of girls on the ice from age, experience and level. Please keep this in mind as we continue to grow. This league is about building team culture, positive atmosphere and leadership growth.

The Grit Award Winners

This award was given to the player who most exemplified hard work and development throughout the season on and off the ice. These players demonstrated courage, perseverance, adaptability and resilience.

AtlantaOlivia McNalleyKendall Correa
CharlotteRuby HendersonAllison Myers
Ft. MyersKeely Sexton
OrlandoAbigail PorterJeays Matz
TampaAlexis HallMeghan Lutes

Our 2020-2021 Champions

12/14U – Atlanta Jr. Thrashers
17U – Queen City Royals (Charlotte)

2020-21 Fun Facts by the Numbers

  • 108 Games
  • 2 Divisions (12U & 17U)
  • 6 Weekends in 5 cities
  • 12U Semi final game went to a shootout
  • Championship games were within 2 goals
  • 376 Assists
  • 498 Goals
  • 36 Shutouts
  • 12 Ties

It took a village to create our hockey league:

  • 170 Girls
  • 25 Coaches
  • 14 Female coaches
  • 7 States of residence (VA, NC, SC, TN, AL, GA, FL)
  • 5 Clubs (Atlanta, Charlotte, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa Bay)
  • 9 Teams (4-12U and 5-17U) 

…last, but not least, countless miles, car rides, and memories!!

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