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Three players join Lady Tiger Soccer Program.

Jan. 27, 2006

CLEMSON, SC–Clemson Head Women’s Soccer Coach Todd Bramble announced the addition of three players, Lindsey Jackson, Jennifer Ficklen, and Christy Barrow to the program as all three have enrolled in school this semester.

Jackson, (Midfielder) a native of Raleigh, NC, played for the CASL soccer club. She helped lead her club team to the US Club National Championship in 2004. She is a member of the NC ODP team and a Region III Pool Team member. In high school, she has been named all conference and was conference Player of the Year. Jackson has been named all-region and all-state as well.

Ficklen (Defender/Midfielder) is from Ft. Mill, SC and played for the Charlotte Soccer Club. She has led her club team to the state championship five times. She has been a member of the SC ODP team. In high school, she has been named all-state and region player of the year. Ficklen has also been named all-region and upper state player of the year.

Barrow (Midfielder) a native of St. Simon Island, GA played for the PTC Lazers 88 Elite Club team. She is also a member of the Georgia ODP team and the Region III team. In high school, she has led her team to the state championship. Barrow has been named all-region and all state during her career.

“To have nearly half of our incoming freshmen class on campus this spring is certainly a luxury,” said Clemson Head Coach Todd Bramble. “They are obviously good students having graduated from high school early, but each one of them brings tremendous youth soccer experience as well. They all have been developed by some of the best clubs and coaches in our region. They are in a position to have an immediate impact on our program and we are excited they will be wearing the tiger paw this spring.”

Clemson will announce a list of national letter of intent signees on Wednesday.