Alex Walsh
Alex Walsh
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Greens Farm, Conn.
High School: Staples

2012-13: Moved up to the No. 3 singles position as a sophomore, accumulating a 9-2 record from that spot and earning second-team all-Landmark accolades as a result … was 13-3 in singles overall … began the season on an eight-match winning streak … dropped only one set during that stretch ... won both of her matches which extended beyond two sets … defeated Washington (Md.) 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 on March 2, and edged out Springfield (Mass.) 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-7) on March 21 … went 4-1 in regular season conference matches … defeated Juniata’s Jacklyn Renninger 7-5, 6-3 in the Landmark semifinals, avenging a defeat earlier in the year where she was forced to retire in the opening set … posted a dominant 12-2 doubles record from the No. 2 position with Addie Maxwell … the pair won their first four matches of the year, and after two straight defeats, closed out the season on an eight-match unbeaten run … went 4-1 in regular season conference doubles matches … added doubles victories in the Landmark semifinal against Juniata on April 24 and final against Scranton on April 27.

2011-12: Was Goucher’s primary No. 4 singles player during her freshman season … posted a 12-6 singles record, including a 10-5 mark from the No. 4 spot … debuted with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Waynesburg on Sept. 10 … won her first four matches overall, all in straight sets … finished 4-2 in conference play, beginning the Landmark season with a 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7-2) win over Scranton on March 18 … also had a three-set conference win over Drew on March 31 … ended the year with an 11-8 record in doubles … played primarily No. 2 doubles with Meaghan Lee in the spring … the pairing had a five-match winning streak from March 22 - April 1, racking up two conference wins during that span … went 3-3 in conference doubles matches.

Major: Business Management

What you love most about playing a sport at Goucher: The camaraderie and closeness of our team here at Goucher really makes us feel like a family. Everyone is there for each other and has each other's backs.

What you're looking forward to this season: Being back on the tennis court and strengthening my game with every match played.

Involvements on campus: SAAC

Study Abroad experience: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Post-graduation plans: Hopefully open up my own tennis academy for less fortunate kids.