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UGF Women's Soccer Signs CMR Product

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University of Great Falls women's soccer coach Brian Clarke has announced the signing of Eme McLaughlin to the Lady Argonauts soccer program.

McLaughlin is a junior striker at C.M. Russell High School in Great Falls. She was an All-State selection and a Great Falls Tribune Super-State selection after tallying 19 goals and seven assists as a sophomore in 2013 when CMR reached the Class AA state tournament semifinals.

So far this season McLaughlin has scored nine goals to go with three assists. She has scored 29 goals and 24 assists in her Rustler career.

“We are very excited to sign our first local product in three years,” UGF coach Brian Clarke said. “She's a prolific goal-scorer who we think can come in and make an immediate impact. Not only is she a great player – she is also a great person and active in the community.”

McLaughlin carries a 3.7 grade point average. The daughter of Jeff and Jennifer McLaughlin, she will major in biology at UGF with the goal of becoming and occupational therapist.

“I thought it was a good fit for me – both athletically and academically,” McLaughlin said. “”They brought me up to campus and I got to explore, and I really liked it.”

McLaughlin was a member of the Electric City Thunderbolts Soccer Club and the Montana Olympic Development Program. She also runs track for CMR.

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