Georgetown News
Women's Soccer - Mon, Jun. 14, 2010
Christina Thompson becomes the seventh player added to Georgetown College women's soccer team for the 2010 season. Thompson, out of Elizabethtown, will play a utility role for coach Leah Castleman.

"We like her either as a mid-fielder or a defender," Castleman said. "She is a hard worker with a lot of potential. I'm excited to see what she will bring to our lineup this fall."

Thompson joins three other Kentucky players along with three from Cincinnati for the third-year coach. All four of the Kentucky players have the versatility to fill positions throughout the field, while the coach is looking to the three from Ohio to have a more direct impact on the offensive side as forwards and a mid-fielder.

Georgetown finished runner-up to perennial power Lindsey Wilson, losing the finals in penalty kicks this past season.

Thompson, below signing, is no stranger to success as she helped Elizabethtown High School to four district and four regional titles, only losing one district and regional game in her four seasons. EHS was 65-28-3 during her four years and advanced as far as the sectionals once.

Accompanying her on signing day was: back row, EHS principal Steve Smallwood, left, former principal Nate Huggins, brother Alec Thompson, Castleman and Athletic Director Doug Barnes; front row, her dad Chris Thompson, sister Ellena Thompson, Christina Thompson, sister Jackie Thompson and mom Maureen Thompson.
 
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