Alexis Tryba
Alexis Tryba


Carmel, Ind.

High School:





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

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


Purdue Recognized For Classroom Excellence By the NSCAA

Boilermakers honored with Team Academic Award.


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.


Counterattacks Burn Boilers in One-Sided Defeat at Wisconsin

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


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.


Alexis Tryba Photo Gallery 2008-11

Alexis Tryba Photo Gallery 2008-11


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

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

• 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)

• 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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