2018 Awards: Administrator & Team of the Year

Admin_Team of the Year 2019

Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer will celebrate the 2018 year in soccer at the Annual Awards Banquet on Friday, February 22, 2019. In anticipation of the event, which will take place at the Sheraton Valley Forge, we'll profile honorees each day leading into the Awards Banquet. Today: Administrator of the Year Courtney Wodotinsky & Team of the Year Keystone FC Premier.

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2018 Administrator of the Year: Courtney Wodotinsky
Courtney Wodotinsky

Association: Inter-County Soccer League (ICSL)

Residence: Holland, PA


  • Started at ICSL in 2004
  • In her 14+ years at ICSL, league has almost doubled in size
  • In 2018-19 ICSL offered more than 100 divisions of play in total, U8-U19, with ranges from Elite to Fifth Division
  • 800+ teams & 10,000+ players in ICSL
The story

Courtney Wodotinsky is a soccer lifer. The daughter of the late Steven Wodotinsky, founder of Council Rock United Soccer Association and former president of Inter-County Soccer League, Courtney played from the ages of three to 17, volunteering with her father along the way. In 2004, she joined ICSL and works today as the primary league contact and registrar. In 2018-19, ICSL featured more than 800 teams and 10,000 players from age groups U8-U19. During Courtney's tenure, the league has almost doubled in size.

They said it

"I look forward to continuing to grow and better Inter-County Soccer League with a strong board behind me." -- Courtney Wodotinsky

For more information on the Inter-County Soccer League visit ICSLSoccer.org

Past Administrators of the Year

2018 Team of the Year: Keystone FC Premier 2003 Girls
Keystone FC

Club: Keystone FC

Hometown: Mechanicsburg


  • Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup Champions
  • US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional League Division Champions
  • US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional Champions
  • US Youth Soccer National Championships participants

 The story

Prior to 2018, Keystone FC, as a club, had never won the Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup. That changed in a big way. Keystone FC Premier 03 not only defeated FCUSA Philadelphia, 3-2, to take the State Cup, they won the US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional Championship as well and went on to represent Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer at the US Youth Soccer National Championships. Keystone was a tough out in close games: the team went 6-0-1 in state and regional play, winning five one-goal results in the process. Elena Hinkson and Sophie Goretski were named to the Best XI team at the national championships.

They said it

"Coming into a lot of these games, no one expected us to play this hard. So doing this for Keystone really puts us on the map, and sets the stage so (our) other teams can make it into these big tournaments as well." - Elena Hinkson, forward, Keystone FC Premier