Women's Soccer

Lloyd Brings National Title Pedigree to Broncos

Feb. 1, 2017

Boise State women's soccer added Alexis Lloyd for the 2017 season, head coach Jim Thomas announced Wednesday. Lloyd is a midfielder from Las Vegas, where she attends Palo Verde High School.

"I've known Alexis for a long time," said Thomas. "She's a very subtle player.She does a lot of the small things that make teams look very, very good. She has won a national championship as a youth player; she has played under a college coach."

A four-year varsity starter, Lloyd was named the 2015 Southwest League Player of the Year and guided the Panthers to the 2016 regional championship.

Lloyd is currently the Palo Verde student body vice president, her fourth year holding a PVHS associated student body office position. She is a four-year PVHS scholar-athlete award winner.

Her club team is Players Soccer Club Elite, coached by UNLV head coach Chris Shaw. Lloyd has helped her team to multiple prestigious tournament titles, including a national championship at the 2016 National Cup in the U17 girls super group. She has also won at Surf Cup and the Nevada State Cup, in addition to national championship appearances in the Elite Clubs National League.

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