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#19 Lexi Clark
Position: Midfield/Defender
Height: 5'6"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Spokane, WA
High School: University
Club: Elite
Experience: 2 Letters
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2014: Saw action in all 19 matches off the bench junior year…scored one goal…played 712 minutes, most of any regular reserve player…helped preserve five clean sheets…made season debut Aug. 22 versus Bakersfield…played season-high 61 minutes Aug. 29 vs. Montana…helped Zags score five goals in 5-0 win over Idaho Aug. 31…earned 59 minutes of action in 2-0 win at Boise State Sept. 15…helped Zags post back-to-back shutouts Oct. 5 vs. Pacific and Oct. 9 at San Diego…scored first career goal Nov. 2 at San Francisco to help Zags complete 3-2 comeback victory.

2013: Saw action in four contests…played a season-high 22 minutes in the Bulldogs 3-0 win versus Eastern Washington, Sept. 17…had a shot in the Zags in over the Eagles.

2012: Played in six matches for the Bulldogs…had two shots on the season; one coming against Loyola Marymount University and the other versus Pepperdine University…played a season-high 52 minutes in a 2-0 victory at home against the Loyola Marymount Lions on Oct. 26.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a 4-year starter at University High School. Clark led University High to a third place finish in the Greater Spokane League (GSL) and to the first round of state as a sophomore...as a senior, she scored two goals and tallied 10 assists as the squad closed out the year in fifth place finish in the GSL...for her efforts, she was named second-team All-GSL...as a member of the Spokane Elite Club, she was part of the 2010 WSPL Division 1 championship team and the 2011 WYSPL Division 2 U18 championship squad...also was a member of the Idaho Olympic Development State Pool in 2010 and was part of the G'94 Hawaii ODP Region IV Championships...also a 4-year member of the varsity basketball team and a 3-year varsity member of the track and field team.

MISC.: Member of the National Honor Society all four years and earned National Electrician Contractors Association (N.E.C.A) Fall Female Student Athlete award.