WEST LAFAYETTE Ind. (WLFI) — Lexi Fraley has already solidified her name into Harrison's record book. The senior standout notched 110 career goals, 43 of which came in the 2020 campaign. That stat line is good for most career goals and most goals in a season in program history.
On Monday, she made her transition to the collegiate game official, and signed her national letter of intent to play soccer for Ball State.
"It's really exciting to finally make it official," said Fraley at her signing ceremony on Monday. "I feel like it's been so long since I first committed. To make it finally official now, it feels more real."
Fraley, usually a two sport athlete between soccer and basketball, will sit out this year's hoops campaign to focus on soccer.
She attributes much of her success at Harrison to the bond she shared with her teammates and coaches.
"I just want to say thank you to all of my my teammates for being there every step of the way and going through this journey with me," said Fraley. "[Harrison High School] is like a home, it's like a family."
Fraley was named to the all-conference and all-district first team last season, while holding down an unblemished 4.0 GPA. She will study Pre-Dentistry with a concentration in Orthodontics at Ball State.