University of Washington
Two-year letterwinner. 2006 (Junior) - Played 16 games, starting seven of them ... Attempted four shots ... A second-team All-Pac-10 Academic Team honoree ... Received the team's Most Improved Player award in a vote by her teammates. 2005 (Sophomore) - Played 14 games ... Drew one starting assignment, against San Diego State (Sept. 4) ... That was her first career start. 2004 (Freshman) - Played six games, all of them in a reserve role for the Huskies who advanced to the fourth round of the NCAA Tournament ... Saw action in two postseason outings, in the first round against Birmingham-Southern (Nov. 12) and the quarterfinal contest at Princeton (Nov. 26) ... Attempted one shot.
Legacy High School
Four-year letter winner ... Served four years as team captain ... Selected as high school team MVP for four years ... An all-conference first team performer for four years ... The Front Range Conference Player of the Year in 2004 ... An all-state selection for two years (2002-2003), honorable mention in 2001, and first team Colorado coaches all-state in 2004 ... Legacy High School was a two time state quarterfinalist ... Finished 2004 with 13 goals and five assists ... Completed her high school career as Legacy's all time leading points holder with 40 goals and 21 assists ... Also recruited by Florida and Marquette among others.
Born Dec. 17, 1985 in Denver, Colorado ... Parents are Florence and Randy ... Majoring in communications and philosophy ... Graduated from high school with a 4.25 grade point average ... Member of the National Honor Society for three years ... Played on four Olympic Development (ODP) soccer teams ... Was Region IV ODP championship finalist in 2003. With Colorado Rush she won three state championships, was Region IV finalist four times, Region IV champion twice, won the 2001 USYSA National Championship in 2001, and finished third in the 2005 National Championships ... Scored the winning goal in the 2005 Region IV Championships to send her team on to Nationals.
Coach Gallimore on Alexander
"Robin is our most improved soccer player over the last three seasons. I think Robin still knows that every day she has to compete to earn what she gets. The best thing about Robin is that she up for that every day."