FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
Appeared in all 20 matches while making 18 starts in her debut season with the Tigers in 2014 … Featured in all 11 matches with 10 starts in SEC play … A defensive midfielder by trade who also saw action at center back late in the 2014 season … Recorded a pair of assists for two points on the season … Assisted Summer Clarke’s goal in the sixth minute of LSU’s 6-2 home win over Northwestern State on Aug. 29 during the non-conference season … Also awarded an assist on Jorian Baucom’s goal in the 29th minute in a 3-0 home shutout of Nicholls on Sept. 2 … Fired a season-high two shots on the offensive end against Nicholls during the non-conference season … Recorded seven shots with five shots on target for a .714 shots on goal percentage on the season … Helped lead a defensive unit that posted a 1.76 goals against average while conceding 36 goals to LSU’s opponents during the 2014 season … A key contributor to four clean sheets on the year against Troy, Nicholls and Stephen F. Austin during the non-conference season and Mississippi State in SEC play … Earned her third varsity letter.
PRIOR TO LSU
A defensive midfield talent who will certainly add strength to LSU’s talented midfield unit … Was the No. 104-ranked recruit in the country regardless of position in the Class of 2014 by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Also tabbed the No. 10-ranked player in the talent-rich state of Texas as a four-star recruit in 2014 … A veteran of the U.S. Women’s National Team system as a member of the player pool at the Under-15, U-17 and U-18 levels during her youth career … Attended a U-15 USWNT training camp in Carson, California, in 2011 … Also a veteran of the Region III Olympic Development Program team during her youth career … Attended an international tournament in Costa Rica with the Region III ODP team … Played club soccer for Lonestar Soccer Club in her hometown of Austin, Texas … Coached at the club level by JD Cochran, Don Cameron, Dave Smith and Aaron Metzger … A club teammate of fellow LSU Class of 2014 recruit Alexis Urch … Served as team co-captain of Lonestar SC for three seasons … Led Lonestar SC to the Elite Clubs National League U-15 national championship in 2011 … Lonestar SC finished in 12th place at the U-16 level in 2012 and seventh place at the U-17 level in 2013 at the ECNL National Championships … Helped Lonestar SC capture a pair of South Texas state titles in 2010 and 2011 and ECNL Texas conference championships in 2012 and 2013 … Named to the ECNL All-Event Team in 2010 … Also named one of the top players in the ECNL Sanford Showcase event held in 2012 … Played with Lonestar SC in early age groups, helping lead the team to National Cup State Championships and Western District National Cup Championships as part of the South Texas Youth Soccer Association in six-straight years from 2006-11 … Was a three-year letterwinner as part of her prep team at Cedar Ridge High School in Round Rock, Texas … Also served as the co-captain of her high school team for three seasons … Played as a forward and midfielder for her high school team … Scored 21 goals during the 2013 season, guiding Cedar Ridge High School to the District 16-5A championship … Honored as the Player of the Year and overall Most Valuable Player in District 16-5A with her performance in 2013 … Also helped lead her high school team to the District 50-4A co-championship as the district’s MVP in 2012 … Also named “One of Central Texas’ best girls soccer players” by the Austin American-Statesman … Also enjoyed playing basketball and volleyball along with her time on the soccer field.
Full name is Christyna Ann Pitre … Goes by “Chrissy” … Born on Jan. 29, 1996 … Parents are Fred and Roslynn Pitre … Has an older sister, Briana Pitre, who played soccer at Georgia State University for four years during her collegiate career … Was an honor student at Cedar Ridge High School … A member of the National Honor Society who maintained a weighted 4.3 grade-point average during her prep career … An accomplished violinist who played with her middle school orchestra and freshman orchestra in her first year of high school … Majoring in computer science.