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2007: Preseason All-ACC selection ... Enters her senior season ranked second on Duke’s all-time career assists list with 4,469 and first on the all-time career assists per game list with a 13.26 average ... Needs 614 assists to pass Kristen Campbell as Duke’s all-time career assists leader.
2006: Became the fifth Duke player in school history to receive ACC Player of the Year honors ... Received AVCA All-America honorable mention honors ... First team All-East Region selection ... First team All-ACC selection ... Named ACC Player of the Week a league-high three times on Sept. 25, Nov. 13 and Nov. 27 ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America women’s volleyball third team on Nov. 28 ... Earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III first team honors on Nov. 9 ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team ... Preseason All-ACC selection ... Started all 33 matches as a junior ... Played in 112 of Duke’s 114 games on the year ... Led the ACC in assists per game with a 13.21 average and ranked second in assists with 1,480 ... Her 1,480 assists ranks as the fourth-best single-season output in school history ... Ranked 23rd in the NCAA in assists per game ... Tallied 45 or more assists in 13 matches and 60 or more assists in four matches ... Totaled 139 kills, a career-high 271 digs, 84 blocks and 24 service aces ... Hit a career-best .379 on the year ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Duke Invitational, the Penn State Classic and the Arizona State Classic ... Named best setter at the Arizona State Classic ... Registered 12 double-doubles on the year ... Posted her fifth career triple-double against Arizona State on Sept. 15 with 57 assists, 10 kills and a career-high tying 18 digs ... Had a season-high 69 assists against Marquette on Aug. 25 in the first match of the year ... Recorded a career-high tying 12 kills against Tennessee in round one of the NCAA Tournament on Dec. 1 ... Hit a career-best .875 against Virginia Tech on Nov. 17.
2005: Received AVCA All-America honorable mention honors ... First team All-East Region selection ... First team All-ACC selection ... Earned ACC Player of the Week honors on Oct. 24 ... Preseason All-ACC selection ... Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III third team honors on Sept. 9 ... Started all 32 matches as a sophomore ... Played in 120 of Duke’s 121 games on the year ... Set the Duke record for most assists in a season with 1,590 assists ... Her 13.25 assists per game ranks as the fourth-best single-season average in school history ... Moved into fifth place on Duke’s career assists chart with 2,989 assists in just two seasons ... Ranked 15th in the NCAA in assists per game ... Led the ACC in assists and assists per game ... Totaled 45 or more assists in 19 matches ... Tallied 60 or more assists in eight matches ... Set career highs in kills (142), blocks (112) and service aces (29) and added 268 digs ... Posted 15 double-doubles on the season ... Recorded three triple-doubles in a five-match span, registering the feat against Boston College (70 assists, 11 kills, 12 digs) on Oct. 14, against Miami (45 assists, 12 kills, 12 digs) on Oct. 21 and against Clemson (65 assists, 11 kills, 10 digs) on Oct. 27 ... Named to the Rice Invitational All-Tournament Team on Sept. 5 ... Recorded a career-high 75 assists against Pittsburgh on Sept. 17 ... Posted a career-high 12 kills against Miami on Oct. 21 ... Tallied a career-high eight blocks on two occasions.
2004: Received AVCA All-America honorable mention honors ... Named AVCA East Region Freshman of the Year ... First team All-East Region selection ... Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team ... Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Finished her first season in fifth place in Duke’s record book with 1,399 assists ... Her 13.32 assists per game average was good enough for third-best all-time at Duke, third in the ACC and placed her 17th in the NCAA ... As a team the Blue Devils were second in the ACC with a 15.30 assists per game average ... Made the All-Tournament team at both the Duke Invitational and the Loyola Marymount Classic ... Started all 30 matches in her first year at Duke ... Played in all 105 games as a true freshman ... Finished second on the team with a .314 hitting percentage with 126 kills on 299 attempts and only 32 errors ... Helped the Blue Devils to a .246 team hitting percentage, compared to a .198 team hitting percentage by opponents ... Fifth on the team with 0.64 blocks per game ... Totaled 67 blocks on the year with three solo blocks and 64 block assists ... Notched 20 service aces ... Finished fourth on the squad with 239 digs and sixth on the team with a 2.28 digs per game average ... Had a season-high 11 kills against North Carolina on Sept. 21 ... Recorded her first career triple-double with 11 kills, 49 assists and 12 digs against the Tar Heels ... Totaled 45 or more assists in 17 matches ... Totaled 60 or more assists six times, including a season-high 67 assists against Wake Forest on Oct. 12 ... Had a season-high seven blocks against Maryland in the ACC Tournament on Nov. 20 ... Tallied 11 double-doubles on the year ... Hit a season-high .800 against Elon on Sept. 14.
High School: Along with Duke teammate Carrie DeMange, helped lead Archbishop Alter High School to back-to-back state championships ... Set the school marks for assists in a season (700) and in a career with a state-record 2,540 assists ... Earned first team all-league, all-district and all-area honors all four years of high school, second team all-state honors as a sophomore and first team all-state recognition during her junior and senior years ... Named the Greater Cincinnati Catholic League Player of the Year as a senior and was a two-time District 15 Player of the Year ... Voted team most outstanding player in her freshman, sophomore and senior seasons ... MVP of the Kettering Invitational Tournament and President’s Cup Tournament ... Team captain her junior and senior years ... Nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award ... Captain of Junior Olympic volleyball team that finished third in 2002, fifth in 2003 and fifth in 2004 at the USA Open National Tournament and runner-up at the National AAU Open Tournament ... Garnered All-Tournament Team recognition in the 2000, 2002 and 2004 USA Open National Tournament ... Earned All-Tournament Team recognition in the 2004 National AAU Open Tournament ... Selected to the Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 list of 2004 recruits ... PrepVolleyball.com High School All-America selection ... Ranked No. 32 Senior Ace in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com ... Four-year varsity basketball player ... Starter on the 2001-02 Archbishop Alter basketball team that advanced to State Final Four Tournament ...Voted best defensive player her junior season ... Selected as team MVP at Cage Classic Basketball Tournament ... Earned all-league honors in the GCCL ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Graduated sixth in her high school class of 193 students.
Personal: Alexis Rose Hausfeld was born on July 26, 1985, in St. Mary’s, Ohio ... She is the daughter of Tom and Lori Hausfeld ... She has a younger sister, Kacie.