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Tigers sign stellar trio
February 3rd, 2011 4:48AM
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[LSU WOMEN] LSU's recruiting class makes up in quality what it lacks in quantity. Tigers coach Brian Lee landed the top players in South Texas (Alex Arlitt), Mississippi (Alex Cook) and Louisiana (Lexi Gibbs).

“While we don’t have the numbers in this class that we’ve had in the past, we are very excited this season with the quality we have joining our program,” Lee said. “These three young ladies have a chance to build upon the foundation we’ve already laid and help us compete for championships for years to come. We are excited about the potential they have in growing in our program here at LSU.”

Gibbs is one of the most prolific goal scorers in the history of Louisiana prep soccer, scoring 159 goals at Dutchtown High.

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Alex Arlitt, M, Challenge
Alex Cook, F, Chicago Fire Juniors of Mississippi
Lexi Gibbs, F, Chicago Fire Juniors of Mississippi



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