Cal Lacrosse BIO
Alex Tickner
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Alex Tickner 1261452
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rockville, Md.
High School: Holton-Arms School
Experience: 4 Letters


AS A SENIOR (2010): Member of the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation first team...started 15 of 15 games played...led Bears in caused turnovers (20) and tied for the team high in game-winning goals (2)...ranked second on the team in ground balls (38), second in draw controls (22), fifth in points (20) and fifth in goals (17)...among the MPSF leaders in ground balls... converted five of 11 free-position shots into goals.

AS A JUNIOR (2009): Named to All-MPSF, MPSF Academic All-Conference and MPSF All-Tournament teams...ranked second in points (40), goals (35) and caused turnovers and third in ground balls (23) and draw controls (25)...scored a career-high five goals in a game twice - vs. UC Davis (3/8) and vs. Stanford (4/26)...took a career-high eight shots in a game three times - vs. Temple (3/1), vs. William & Mary (3/11) and vs. Stanford (4/26); all eight of her shots against the Cardinal were shots on goal.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008): One of Cal's busiest players, she was the Bears' fifth-leading scorer (21 points) and goalscorer (21)...started 17 of 18 games...notched one game-winning goal, in 11-9 win over Stanford (2/23)...led Bears with 33 ground balls; second with 30 draw controls and tied for second with 18 caused turnovers...selected to Academic All-MPSF team.

AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Started six of 17 games played...scored a career-high three points (2 goals, 1 assist) against Le Moyne in second game of 2007...tallied eight ground balls, nine draw controls and eight caused turnovers.

PERSONAL: Political economy of industrial societies (PEIS) major...played three years varsity lacrosse at Holton-Arms, which was two-time Independent League champions...played on 2006 National Tournament Senior Division champion - Mid-Atlantic Team #1...played for Future Elite...a decorated swimmer four years in HS; played field hockey for two years...father, David, was a three-time lacrosse All-American and four-time All-Ivy pick at Princeton...mother, Margaret, played lacrosse at Hollins University...aunt, Marcy Grill, played lacrosse at Hollins University...uncle, John Grill, played lacrosse at Brown...sister, Marcy, played field hockey for University of the South.


Year	Games	Shots	Goals	Assists	Pts
2007	17	26	4	9	13
2008	18	47	17	4	21
2009	19	40	35	5	40
2010	15	34	17	3	20
Totals	69	147	73	21	94
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