11 Alexis Nicolia
11 - Alexis Nicolia
Height: 5-7
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.
High School: St. Anthony's High
Position: Attack

Career Highs
Goals: 5 (Stanford 2/24/13)
Assists: 1 (twice, most recent at Vanderbilt, 4/1/13)
Points: 6 (Stanford 2/24/13)
Ground balls: 4 (Yale, 3/23/13)
Draw controls: 4 (Boston University, 3/29/13)
Caused turnovers:  1 (Cornell, 3/2/13)

Freshman · 2013
Played in all 14 games ... Ranked fourth on the Crimson with 23 goals and 25 points ... Tallied five goals and added an assist for a six-point effort at Stanford (Feb. 24) ... Added a hat trick and three draw controls at Cornell (March 2) ... Had a ground ball and a draw control against Penn (March 9) ... Netted two goals and had a draw control at Marquette (March 19) ... Tallied two goals, caused a turnover and added a career-high four ground balls against Yale (March 23) ... Had a career-high four draw controls and tallied a goal at Boston University (March 29) ... Netted a goal. dished out an assist and had a ground ball at Vanderbilt (April 1) ... Tallied four goals at Brown (April 6) ... Found the back of the net for two goals at Holy Cross (April 10) ... Scored a goal, added three draw controls and snared a ground ball at Princeton (April 13) ... Had a draw control at Boston College (April 17) ... Tallied two goals and grabbed a ground ball against Columbia (April 28).

Before Harvard:
Played two years of varsity lacrosse at St. Anthony’s … Helped the girl’s lacrosse team win two state championships and a No. 3 national ranking in 2011 and 2012 … Named an Academica All-American in 2012 … Won the St. Anthony’s High School Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2012 … Nominated for News 12 Long Island Scholar Athlete in 2012 … Received St. Anthony’s Honorable Mention in 2012 … Also played four years of varsity tennis at St. Anthony’s … Captain of the varsity tennis B in 2009 … National Honor Society member from 2010-12 … Received the St. Bonaventure Award from 2010-12 … Member of the St. Anthony’s leadership team from 2010-12 … Won the Dun Scotus Award in 2009 … Won the Louis Gregoire Award in 2012.