Lexi Watson
Lexi  Watson

Bakersfield, Calif.

High School:


Fresno State
2009 (Redshirt Junior): Watson finished her career as a Bulldog with one year of eligibility left after her injury but decided to finish her degree in four years ... in her final season she appeared in two matches vs. Pacific and New Mexico State ... against NMSU on Nov. 14, Watson had two hills, two digs and two block assists ... team captain.

2008 (Junior): Watson missed the 2008 season after tearing her ACL in the pre-season.

2007 (Sophomore): Watson made some huge contributions early in the season coming off of the bench and earned some starts late in the year ... she appeared in 23 matches, starting in five ... had a career-high 13 kills and a .222 hitting percentage against New Mexico State in the WAC Tournament ... had a career-high 37 attempts vs. San Jose State Nov. 1 ... had a career-high 11 digs vs. Louisiana Tech Sept. 15 ... her two service aces at Idaho on Sept. 22 was also a career-high ... Watson was named the Toyota/gobulldogs.com student-athlete of the week for her performance against New Mexico State in the WAC Tournament.

2006 (Freshman): Appeared in 19 matches 47 games . . . had a total of 50 kills, 30 blocks . . . recorded nine kills at Oregon State Sept. 9 . . . recorded four blocks vs. Kansas State Aug. 25 and at Oregon State Sept. 9 . . . recorded 11 points at Oregon State Sept. 9.

Liberty High School
Three-year letterwinner in volleyball ... named MVP as a junior and senior ... selected to the first-team all-area as a senior in 2005 ... named first-team all-league as a junior ... also recruited by Cal Poly, Cal State Northridge and Northern Arizona.

Born May 5, 1988 ... parents are Scott and Stephanie Klugow ... has two brothers, Brandon and Nicholas ... stepfather Scott, played football in Bakersfield ... her biggest athletic thrill was breaking a girl's nose with a kill ... admires her mother, because she's very strong and loving ... chose to attend Fresno State because of her love for the school.

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