Alexa St. Martin
Alexa  St. Martin


Westford, Mass.

High School:
Westford Academy



Nolan on St. Martin: "Alexa emerged as a key player for us last fall. Her versatility probably hurt her as I never let her settle in one spot. However since moving to center back she has shown everybody what a good player she is. She was our defensive MVP last year which speaks volumes for her play and I expect her to be a very strong personality on our team this fall."

2012: A starter in 21 of 22 games ... Second on the team in minutes played (1,936) ... A two-time selection as the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 17, Oct. 15) ... Part of a defensive unit that set a school record with 13 shutouts.

2011: Finished sixth on the team in scoring with seven points ... Appeared in all 21 games, starting two times (Towson, Stanford) ... Had a goal and an assist against American ... Also scored a goal in win over Villanova ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star selection.

2010: Appeared in 23 games, starting two times (DePaul, Notre Dame) ... Finished the season with six points and three goals ... Scored two goals in the season opener at American ... Also scored a goal in a 3-1 win at Louisville.

Prior to Georgetown: A former member of the U.S. Youth National soccer program and a three-time member of the Region 1 and Massachusetts Olympic Development program ... As team captain, she led her club soccer team, FC Stars, to four state championships ... A teammate of fellow incoming freshman Kailey Blain ... At the Westford Academy she was team captain, MVP and First Team All-League.

Personal: Alexa Christine St. Martin was born in Westford, Mass. ... She is the daughter of Bill and Christine St. Martin ... Has an older brother, Derek, and a younger brother, Trey ... Enjoys winning, music, hiking and hanging out with friends ... Favorite teams are Barcelona, the New England Patriots and Boston Celtics ... Favorite movie is Miracle ... An English major minoring in journalism.

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