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New Orleans, La.
High School
Ben Franklin HS

2018 All-SEC Second Team
2018 LSWA Player of the Year
2018 United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Second Team
2017 United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Third Team
2017 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016 SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC All-Freshman Team
2015 Top 100 Freshmen (59)
2015 LSWA Louisiana Freshman of the Year

Arguably the best prep player to ever come out of Louisiana … started all 83 games of her career … finished with 17 goals and 10 assists for a total of 44 points … her five career penalty kicks rank as the second most converted in school history … her 83 career starts are the sixth most in school history … her 7,364 minutes played over her four-year career are the second most ever to be played … led LSU to its first ever SEC Tournament title in 2018 … a member of two NCAA Tournament teams (2015 & 2018).

Started all 24 matches for the Tigers … played a mix of defender and attacker throughout the season … team leader in points with 18 … tied for the team high with seven goals … had a career high four assists … scored a the first hat trick of her collegiate career in LSU’s 3-2 win over Missouri in the opening round of the SEC Tournament … it was the first hat trick ever by an LSU player at the SEC Tournament … registered the second longest point streak in LSU history by scoring a goal or dishing out an assist in eight straight matches … scored 16 of her 18 points against SEC opponents … her eight-match point streak featured six goals and four assists … scored the first goal of the season for LSU against Villanova (Aug. 19) … her penalty kick goal against Missouri in the 104th minute was a game winner … scored four of her goals via penalty kicks … part of LSU’s defensive unit that finished 2018 with the fifth-lowest goals against average (0.98) in school history … helped LSU’s backline hold opponents scoreless for 558 minutes, the second longest stretch in school history … helped LSU register 10 shutouts on the season; the second most in a single season LSU history … one of three seniors on the squad.

Made a smooth transition back to the front line after serving as LSU’s starting right back in each of her first two collegiate seasons … Emerged as one of the top strikers in the Southeastern Conference while finishing as LSU’s leading scorer with a career-high eight goals and two assists for 18 points in her 17 starts … Honored by the United Soccer Coaches as an NCAA Division I Women’s All-Southeast Region Third Team selection following the season … Also recognized by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association following the season with a First-Team All-Louisiana selection … Netted a team-best three game-winning goals as the leader of the Tiger attack … Fast out of the blocks with goals in four of her first six starts to open the season, highlighted by the match-winner on the stroke of halftime in LSU’s 1-0 home win over No. 19-ranked Cincinnati on Sept. 14 … Helped the Tigers equal their best ever start to a season with seven-straight wins as she also found the scoresheet in wins over Colgate, Lamar and Austin Peay during the non-conference season … Opening goal in the eighth minute against Lamar proved to be the match-winner in a 2-0 triumph … Added an assist apiece in wins over Lamar and Austin Peay for three points in both wins … Carried that momentum into SEC play while adding another four goals to her total in the league … Bagged her first career mutli-goal game with both goals in a 2-2 home draw with Mississippi State on Sept. 24 to set a career single-game best with four points … Followed with the winner in LSU’s 2-1 home win over Georgia on Oct. 5 to hand the Tigers their first league victory of the season … Made it three games in four with a goal in conference play when she also scored at nationally-ranked Ole Miss late in the SEC season … Efficient on the offensive end with a .205 shot percentage and .641 shots on goal percentage as 25 of her 39 total shots found the target … Earned her third varsity letter.

Started all 19 matches for the Tigers during the 2016 season while playing both as a forward and right back in defense … Established a career high with three assists when joining the attack … Assisted Jorian Baucom’s game-winning goal in the 88th minute of a 2-1 win over defending Big East Champion Butler on Sept. 4 during the non-conference season … Also credited with assists against the likes of George Washington and South Carolina during the season … Attempted 20 total shots with 11 shots on goal for a .550 SOG% on the year … Contributed to LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.51 goals against average … Helped the Tigers pitch seven shutouts on the year with clean sheets against College of Charleston, Indiana, Western Kentucky and Lamar during the non-conference season and Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Alabama in SEC play … Honored for her academic performance with a selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll following the season … Earned her second varsity letter.

One of the top freshmen in the SEC and NCAA during her rookie season with the Tigers in 2015 … Earned her spot in the lineup as the team’s starting right back after signing with the Tigers as one of the top strikers in the South following her prep career at Ben Franklin High School in New Orleans … Helped lead the Tigers back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 and fifth time in program history … Honored as a member of the SEC’s All-Freshman Team in a vote of the league’s head coaches … Awarded the Louisiana Freshman of the Year honor by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as one of the top collegiate players in the state in 2015 … Ranked as the No. 59-ranked freshman nationally by in its list of the Top 100 Freshmen in college soccer … One of four Tigers to start all 23 matches during the campaign … Member of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.21 goals against average while conceding 29 goals to opponents in 2015 … Helped the Tigers keep six clean sheets in defense on the season, including home non-conference wins against Minnesota, Indiana and 15th-ranked Duke and back-to-back SEC wins against Mississippi State and Arkansas during the conference season … Tigers also played Vanderbilt to a scoreless draw in the league … Scored two goals and credited with one assist for five points in the attack on the season … Netted the opening goal of the match in the 10th minute of LSU’s 2-1 win over No. 2 seed Missouri in the quarterfinal round at the SEC Tournament … Helped lead the Tigers into the SEC Tournament semifinals for the first time since 2010 and the sixth time in team history to secure a spot in the NCAA Tournament … Scored her first career goal in the 52nd minute of LSU’s 1-1 draw with Northwestern State on Aug. 25 … Credited with an assist in a 3-2 win at Kentucky in the team’s regular-season finale on Oct. 29 … Fired off 13 shots with seven shots on goal for a .538 SOG percentage on the season … Honored for her performance in the classroom following the 2015-16 athletic season with a selection to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll … Earned her first varsity letter with the Tigers.

The top recruit in the state of Louisiana in the Class of 2015 … A three-star recruit nationally in the recruiting rankings for 2015 … Honored for her performance at Ben Franklin High School as a two-time winner of the Gatorade Louisiana Player of the Year award for girls’ soccer as a junior in 2013-14 and as a senior in 2014-15 … The catalyst in the Falcons winning three-straight Louisiana Division II state championships from 2013-15 … Scored an astounding 57 goals and dished out 15 assists in leading Ben Franklin High School to an unbeaten 23-0-2 record in her senior season … Also led her high school team to an unbeaten 63-0-2 overall record in their three state-title-winning seasons from 2013-15 … Back-to-back winner of The New Orleans Advocate’s Player of the Year award in 2014 and 2015 … A former Louisiana Division II State Most Valuable Player during her prep career … Also named MVP by the Times Picayune and Louisiana Weekly … A four-time all-district and all-metro selection from 2012-15 … A three-year veteran of the Region III Olympic Development Program Team … Also a seven-year veteran of the Louisiana State ODP Team during her prep career … Toured England with the Region III ODP Team in 2014 … Also invited to travel with the Region III ODP Team in its tour of The Netherlands in 2015 … Played club soccer for eight seasons with the Louisiana Fire … Helped guide the Louisiana Fire to seven state titles in her age group during her career … Also helped lead the Louisiana Fire to the National Youth Soccer Association Region III Championship in 2013 … Scored two goals in the final to lead Louisiana Fire Blue to a 3-1 victory over The Netherlands in the final of the 2011 One Nation Cup held in Germany … Also scored two goals in a 3-0 win in the semifinals over England’s representative at the 2011 One Nation Cup … A three-time Vulcan Cup champion with her club team in 2010, 2011 and 2012 … Played in other prestigious club tournaments as WAGS, Disney Showcase, CASL College Showcase and Las Vegas Shootout … Also a letterwinner in basketball and softball for Ben Franklin High School … Named her school’s defensive MVP on the basketball court and team MVP on the softball field in 2013 and 2014 … A two-time all-district selection in softball in 2013 and 2014 … Was a finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman in 2015.

Full name is Alexandra Marie Thomas … Born on June 27, 1997 … Parents are Daryl Thomas and Erika Mann … Has a younger sister, Victoria … Father played college football for two seasons at the University of Southern Mississippi … Mother played volleyball for two seasons at Forrest Park-St. Louis before receiving her M.Ed. from the University of New Orleans … An honor student during her prep career at Ben Franklin High School in New Orleans … Maintained a 3.98 cumulative grade-point average during her prep career … Was also a State Rally finalist in Latin I … Majoring in biology.

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