Four-time letter winner with the Blue Hens • defensive stalwart that is 17th in Delaware history with 36 career caused turnovers • tied for 26th in school history with 67 career games played • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection.
Mainstay in the Delaware lineup by starting all 17 games played for the Blue Hens • participated in the IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star Game • recorded a career year with highs of 26 groundballs and five draw controls in addition to nine caused turnovers • registered a career-best two draw controls against William & Mary on April 13 • tied a career-high with four caused turnovers in win over Lafayette on Feb. 19 • helped guide team defense in allowing just three Virginia Tech goals on March 12, the second fewest goals scored in Delaware Stadium history.
Defensive starter for all 16 of Delaware’s games • registered 15 groundballs, eight caused turnovers and three draw controls • collected a career-high four caused turnovers against William & Mary on April 14 to tie a Delaware Stadium record • tallied four groundballs at Monmouth on Feb. 22.
Started 11 of 17 games played • finished season with 19 groundballs, nine caused turnovers and two draw controls • scooped a career-high five groundballs against Penn State on March 10, good to tie for fifth in Delaware Stadium history • caused a career-high three turnovers, also against Penn State on March 10.
Named to Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team • saw action in 17 games while making 16 starts during her freshman campaign • scooped up 15 groundballs, including a career-high three vs. Towson • ranked third on the Blue Hens with 10 caused turnovers, including a career-high three at Rutgers • won three draw controls • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll selection.
Played all four seasons at Andover (Mass.) High School where she played for John McVeigh • served as team captain from 2008-10 • led team to Merrimack Valley Conference titles in four consecutive seasons (2007-10) • named All-Star, All MVC and Boston Herald All-Scholastic • also played basketball for four seasons and swam breaststroke for two years • was a member of the 2010 Division I State championship team, 2009 MVC championship team and 2008 Eastern Massachusetts championship team • swimming team won Division I State championship in 2007-08 • earned honor roll status.
Alexandra “Alex” Alois ("ah-loyce") • daughter of Edward and Marilou Alois • has one older sister, Melissa, three younger sisters, Jaclyn, Rebecca and Veronica, and one younger brother, Donald • both parents attended Montclair (N.J.) State University • lists siblings as biggest influence because they always competed and pushed each other • chose Delaware because of it’s campus and location, and because it will become a championship program in the next couple of years • worked at “Hooptown” basketball camp and “Get to The Goal” lacrosse camp, both in Andover, Mass., during the summer of 2011 • majoring in communications with a minor in marketing at Delaware • studied and played lacrosse abroad in Germany and Amsterdam and served as a camp counselor during the summer of 2012 • interned with Under Armour this past summer (2013).
Groundballs: 5 vs. Penn State (3/10/12)
Draw Controls: 2 vs. William & Mary (4/13/14)
Caused Turnovers: 4 – 2x, last vs. Lafayette (2/19/14)