2012 (JUNIOR): One of two Cougars to play in all 108 sets, including 30-of-30 starts at setter…amassed 1,036 assists and her 9.59 per set average was eighth in the NSIC…1,036 assists ranks her sixth on USF’s all-time single season charts…stood fifth on the team with a 1.72 digs per set ratio…slapped 27 aces, third-most on the Cougars…tallied five double-doubles to tie for first with Emily Johnson…surpassed the 40-assist plateau on nine occasions...highlighted by a career-high 56 assist, 10 digs performance against Upper Iowa where she also served up three aces (10/6)…notched 50 assists, six kills and four digs versus Jamestown College (8/31)…distributed 42 assists, corralled six digs and added a career-best seven kills in a four-set win over Mary (10/20)…led USF’s offense with a .714 attack percentage in a win against Mayville State, where she notched five kills on seven swings with zero errors…finished with 74 kills and a .256 hitting clip…also tossed up 22 total blocks which ranked her fifth on the team.
2011 (St. Leo's; SOPHOMORE): Amassed a team-high 551 set assists (5.62/set) during the 2011 season and led the team with 41 service aces...also tallied 12 block assists.
2010 (St. Leo's; FRESHMAN): Saw time in 18 matches (46 sets), recorded 230 assists (5.0/set), 47 digs, three kills and 13 service aces.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the All-District Academic Team in both 2007 and 2008 at Clear Creek HS (Texas)...selected as both Houston Chronicle and MaxPreps AVCA Player of the Week...her Wildcats' squad won the 5A Region III Championship in 2008 and finished as the 5A state runner-ups.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Don and Patricia Reed...has three siblings, Gina (19), Danielle (23) and Sydney (8)...Gina plays volleyball at Lyon College (Ark.) and Danielle played volleyball at the University of Texas Pan American (Texas) and Southwest Baptist (Mo.)...criminal justice major and chemistry minor, goal is to be a forensic scientist or work in a crime lab...community service activities include campus clean-up, selling raffle tickets for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Habitat for Humanity.
Why Alexa Chose USF: "I chose USF because of the opportunities that I will have there."
|Hometown:||League City, Texas|
|Other College:||Saint Leo|