Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
13 Alyssa Ogle
2013: Saw the field in 14 contests while earning starts against Boston University (May 5) and Princeton (May 10) … tallied five goals and five assists for a career-high 10 points … scored two goals and picked up a career-best two ground balls in the regular season finale against the Terriers … matched a career-high with three assists in a win over Presbyterian Feb. 10.
2012: Played in seven games as a junior ... scored two goals and dished three assists for a career-high five points in the season opener against Bucknell (Feb. 4) ... the three helpers were also a career high ... picked up ground balls against Bucknell, William & Mary and Northwestern.
2011: Appeared in nine contests in her second season with the Blue Devils ... tied a career-high with two goals against Richmond on Feb. 18 ... also netted goals against Princeton and Saint Mary's ... dished out four assists on the season including a career-best two helpers versus Saint Mary's on Apr. 17.
2010: Played in eight games her rookie campaign … scored her first collegiate goal at Virginia Tech on Mar. 17 … recorded the first multi-goal game of her collegiate career with two tallies versus Davidson … also netted a goal against Navy … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner at Moorestown … two-time first team All-America … Under Armour All-America honoree ... three-time first-team all-conference, all-state and All-South Jersey selection … earned numerous player of the year accolades in 2009, including recognition from the Star Ledger and the Philadelphia Inquirer … led team to four New Jersey state championships and Tournament of Champions titles … played club lacrosse with the South Jersey Select … also lettered four years in both soccer and basketball … in soccer, earned first team all-state, all-conference and team MVP honoree ... led soccer team to 2005 state championships ... in basketball, named team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman … also received Unsung Hero and Coaches’ Award recognition in basketball.