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Women's Soccer Adds Two Athletes

March 29, 2010
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Head Women's Soccer Coach Jess Hain has announced the signing of two additional student-athletes to the 2010-11 squad.

Head Women's Soccer Coach Jess Hain has announced the signing of two additional student-athletes to the 2010-11 squad.

Liberty Head Women's Soccer Coach Jessica Hain has announced
the signing of two more student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2010-2011 academic year.

Joining the previously-signed six student-athletes to the squad will be Alexa Hormann and Chloe Woody.

Alexa Hormann (West Liberty, Ohio)
Alexa Hormann will join the Liberty family from West Liberty-Salem High School in West Liberty, Ohio. She is a three-time Ohio Heritage Conference first-team honoree, and a four-year high school defensive MVP.

She played goalkeeper for the Dayton Warriors club team, and chose Liberty over schools such as Penn State and Ohio State.

The daughter of Todd and Peggy Hormann intends to major in sport management with a minor in missions.

Chloe Woody (Asheville, N.C.)
Chloe Woody will join the Lady Flames from Asheville, N.C., where she is home-schooled. Woody's older sisters Jordan and Maggie are current members of the Liberty women's soccer team.

Chloe Woody was the starting center back for the N.C. Olympic Development Program team from 2005 – 08, and was named the MVP for the WCAA Trailblazers in 2009. She played center-mid and center-forward for the Highlands Football Club in 2009. Prior to playing for HFC, she played for the Carolina Elite Soccer Association in Greenville, S.C., helping the team to a South Carolina state championship in 2007 and 2008.

The daughter of Stephen and Cynthia Woody is undecided on a major, and chose Liberty over UNC Asheville and Samford.