Goldman Joins Louisville Lacrosse Staff as Volunteer Assistant

LOUISVILLE, Ky. University of Louisville women's lacrosse head coach Kellie Young announced the addition of Alexis Goldman to the staff as a volunteer assistant on Tuesday.

"I am thrilled that Alexis is joining our staff and bringing her experience to Louisville," Young said. "She brings great energy to the program and I look forward to seeing how she will help us attack this coming season."

The Winter Springs, Fla., native will assist the program in multiple facets, including stickwork and draw control development.

A two-year letterwinner at High Point, Goldman totaled 57 goals and seven assists in 36 games. Last season, she concluded the year with an incredible eight-game performance, tallying 30 scores, including eight in the National Lacrosse Conference (NLC) Tournament. Goldman not only helped her team capture the regular-season title, but she guided the squad to its second-straight conference tournament championship.

A year earlier, she registered 19 draw controls and had a strong postseason performance, netting 10 goals in the NLC Tournament, including one in the championship game to lead the Panthers the league's tournament title. That year, she was named to the NLC All-Tournament Team.

Prior to her time at High Point, Goldman played for two seasons at St. Andrews Presbyterian in North Carolina. In a combined 36 games, she scored 49 goals and had 16 assists.

Goldman, who graduated from High Point in the spring with a bachelor's degree in art and psychology, is pursuing her master's degree at Louisville in art therapy.

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