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Tigers ink one of nation's deepest classes
February 4th, 2010 8:45AM
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[LSU WOMEN] LSU coach Brian Lee inked one of the nation's deepest signing classes with the addition of 10 players, led by forwards Addie Eggleston (Challenge) and Kaley Blades (Clearwater Chargers).
 
Also joining the LSU program are Nina Anderson (Duncanville, Texas), Jodi Calloway (Denton, Texas), Emily Cancienne (Baton Rouge, La.), Megan Kinneman (Missouri City, Texas), Shannon McLain (Spring, Texas), Danielle Murphy (Lafayette, La.), Kendall Narum (Clearwater, Fla.) and Alex Ramsey (Rock Hill, S.C.).
 
Lee believes the talent level of this year's recruiting class will help fill the void of an eight-member senior class that provided the foundation of three-straight SEC West titles and NCAA Tournament appearances.
 
"This is a monumental day in the history of the LSU soccer program," Lee said. "We are fortunate to sign a group of young women that will rank among the top signing classes in the country this season. This will be a class that will build on the foundation established by the seniors and take us to another level with our ultimate goal of competing for SEC championships and Final Fours."



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