Alexandra Pearson '03

  • 2016 Induction Class
Alexandra Pearson '03

Ali was a Springside four-year three-sport athlete in field hockey, squash, and lacrosse. While at Springside, she was named All-Inter-Ac in each of her three sports. She played varsity squash beginning in 7th grade and was named All-Inter-Ac for six straight years. She led the team to multiple Inter-Ac and MASA Championships. She was named Honorable Mention for field hockey as a freshman and First Team All-Inter-Ac in field hockey as a junior and senior. In lacrosse, she was named First Team All-Inter-Ac in her freshman, sophomore, junior years, and Honorable Mention in her senior year. She was named the Aimee Willard Award winner, which honors the best multiple-sport athlete in the Inter-Ac League. While at Springside, Ali was a two-time member of the U.S. World Championship Team and U19 National Team and was the youngest player in the country ever to do so. She helped the U.S. by winning the deciding match, which clinched fourth place that to this day is the highest world ranking of any American team. She was top 20 in the world before she turned 17. Ali attended Princeton University and was named All-American her freshman year. She was sidelined by injuries her entire sophomore year and returned to play during her junior season. In her senior year, she helped Princeton clinch the 2007 National Championship. 

  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Squash

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