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Alexis Tryba
Alexis Tryba

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Carmel, Ind.

High School:
Carmel

Height:
5-4

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
04/22/1990



12/07/2011

Fifty-Nine Purdue Student-Athletes Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Recognition

Cross Country (21) & Football (20) lead the way with the most honorees.

12/06/2011

Purdue Recognized For Classroom Excellence By the NSCAA

Boilermakers honored with Team Academic Award.

10/28/2011

Boilers Blanked at No. 12 Penn State but Remain Alive in Big Ten Tourney Chase

Purdue keeps high-scoring Nittany Lions off the scoreboard in the first half.

10/21/2011

Counterattacks Burn Boilers in One-Sided Defeat at Wisconsin

Phillips scores for fourth game in a row, her team-leading seventh of the season.

10/11/2011

Purdue Hosts Indiana & Michigan For Golden Boot Game, Senior Day

Katie Leinert, one of eight seniors to be honored Sunday, scored against both IU & U-M in 2010.

01/13/2012

Alexis Tryba Photo Gallery 2008-11

Alexis Tryba Photo Gallery 2008-11

10/10/2011

Purdue in Red, White & Blue vs. Ohio State

Purdue sports red, white & blue uniforms as it hosts Ohio State at the Varsity Soccer Complex.

Photo Gallery through 2011

SENIOR / 2011
Big Ten Sportsmanship Award
Academic All-Big Ten
• Tryba played in 19 games and started 12 times, including the first three games of the season and the final eight
• Missed only the USC game
• Finished the season at center back, going the distance in each of the final eight games of the year
• Purdue went 4-4 in those final eight games of the season
• Scored her eighth career goal to give Purdue an early lead at Missouri
• Put all three of her shots on goal at Missouri
• Scored five of her eight career goals at home
• Purdue was 6-1 when she scored during her career

JUNIOR / 2010
Distinguished Big Ten Scholar & Academic All-Big Ten
• Started all 20 games, one of seven Purdue players to do so
• Scored the first goal in the win at Cal State Fullerton
• Assisted on scores by Lauren Montenegro (vs. St. Bonaventure) and Kaitlyn Blacha (vs. Penn State)
• Registered a shot in the 17 of the 20 games
• Logged a season-high 88 minutes in the season finale at Iowa

SOPHOMORE / 2009
Academic All-Big Ten
• Moved into tie for ninth on Purdue's all-time list with fourth career game-winning goal in 3-0 win vs. Evansville
• Earned first multi-goal game with two scores in 6-1 win vs. Ball State
• Two scores marked 38th time in program history individual tallied at least two goals in single game
• Shot percentage of .214 led team
• Tied for fifth on team with three goals scored
• Took season-high three shots in 1-1draw vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee
• Played four complete games, including career-high 110 minutes in 1-1draw at Wisconsin
• Missed final five games after injury at No. 19 Ohio State

FRESHMAN / 2008
• Led team with three game-winning goals
• Became fourth freshman in school history to lead team in game-winning scores
• First collegiate point came on game-winning goal in 5-1 victory vs. Eastern Illinois
• Earned first start and knocked home game winner in 3-1 win at Oregon
• Played season-high 74 minutes at Ducks
• Scored game winner in 3-1 triumph vs. Rhode Island
• Ranked fourth on team with 25 shots
• Also was fourth on team with 11 shots on goal
• Had team's sixth-highest shots-on-goal percentage (.440)

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB
• Graduated with honors in top 25 of class
• Four-year letterwinner
• 2007 All-American
• 2007 All-State first team
• 2006 All-State second team
• Two-time All-Hamilton County
• ICGSA All-State, All-District and Metro North as junior and senior
• Won 2004 CHS state championship
• 2002, 2004 and 2007 state champion with CUSC Crusaders
• 2004 ODP Regional Team
• 2001-05 ODP State Team
• National Merit finalist

Biographical Information

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Parents: Jeffery & Rhonda Tryba

Sister: Jorie

Brothers: Jeremy & Max

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