Patterson completes basic training, will play lacrosse for Army

Fulton-G. Ray Bodley High School graduate Alexa Patterson after completing Cadet Basic Training at the U.S. Miltary Academy at West Point. Provided photo.

FULTON — Former Fulton girls lacrosse standout Alexa Patterson completed Cadet Basic Training at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, according to a recent press release from West Point’s Public Affairs Office.

Patterson completed the six-week training program after beginning on June 28 and began classes on Aug. 16. She is committed to play Division I women’s lacrosse for Army in the spring.

The challenging CBT initial military training program provides cadets with the basic skills to instill discipline, pride, cohesion, confidence, and a high sense of duty.

Patterson also played soccer and basketball for the Red Raiders and was a four-year contributor at midfielder for Fulton girls lacrosse before graduating in June.

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