2011 (Senior): Second-Team ESPN Academic All-District ... Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic ... earned the Iron Dawg and Industry Awards at the team banquet ... played in 16 games, getting eight starts ... took a season-high five shots against Boston University (Sept. 2) ... her only goal came against No. 24 Portland in a 1-1 tie on Sept. 9 ... had an assist at Arizona on Oct. 28 ... missed a few games due to injury ... finished the season with three points and 20 shots.
2010 (Junior): Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... named to the Primetime Performers of the Week list by College360.com on Oct. 29 ... was solid for the Huskies all season, posting season-high's in games played, goals, shots, points and game-winning goals ... played in 23 of the 24 games, making 11 starts ... earned her first start of the season vs. Cleveland State on Sept. 17 ... started in all four NCAA Tournament games ... played a season-high 64 minutes vs. Arizona Sate on Oct. 10 ... took 40 shots, a team-high 23 on goal with a .575 shots on goal percentage ... scored three goals, all game-winning ... her first goal of the season came in the 51st minute at St. Mary's on Sept. 24 ... scored against Oregon in the 51st minute on Oct. 22 ... also scored against UCLA in the 18th minute on Oct. 29 in the first win for the Huskies over the Bruins in 10 years ... assisted on Lindsay Elston's game-winning goal in the 30th minute at San Francisco on Sept. 26 ... in conference only games this season, tied for fifth in the Pac-10 in game-winning goals (2).
2009 (Sophomore): Named Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... continued to be a quiet and steady contributor up front for UW ... ranked seventh on the team with seven points, establishing career-highs in goals (2) and assists (3) ... appeared in all 22 games, making 15 starts ... started the final seven games of the regular season, all Pac-10 matches, and also started the team's NCAA First Round match against Ole Miss ... also had a string of seven-straight starts early in the season ... ranked fourth on the team with 38 shots ... did not start in the season opener, but came off the bench to provide an assist on the game-tying goal in UW's 2-1 win over Seattle ... had assists in back-to-back games to close out the non-conference schedule, assisting on UW's final goal in a 3-1 win over Gonzaga and providing the game-winning assist in a 1-0 win over Montana, which came just 20 seconds into the second half ... both of her goals came in Pac-10 play, one at Arizona State which tied the match in the 61st minute (eventual 1-1 draw) and the other in UW's 3-1 win at Oregon which also tied the match.
2008 (Freshman): Played in 19 of the team's 22 games, coming on strong late in the season to earn two starts ... her first collegiate goal was an historical one as it came just 15 seconds into UW's 2-1 win over Oregon State, which broke the school record for fastest goal in a game ... the record had previously been set by Kellye Joswick in the team's third game of the season (37 seconds) ... made her collegiate debut along with four other freshmen in UW's season-opening win over Montana ... recorded one shot in the game ... after a strong performance off the bench against No. 5 Stanford, Webber earned her first start against then-No. 13 Cal ... also started the next game at Oregon State when she netted her historic goal ... tied a season-high at the time with two shots in the game ... also had two shots against Northern Arizona and Oregon ... established a new career high with three shots against Washington State.
Poway High School:
Four-year letterwinner and starter at Poway High School ... team captain her senior year ... a Three-Time All-Palomar League and All-North County selection as well as a two-time All-Section Division 1 and All-CIF pick ... led her team in scoring her sophomore year with 13 goals and six assists ... ranked second in the league her junior year with 13 goals and also had eight assists ... also named to the all-academic team ... tallied 19 goals and 12 assists during her senior season at Poway ... named North County Times Athlete of the Week twice her senior season ... also lettered in track and field and volleyball at Poway ... named first-team all-league and All-CIF sprinter in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... part of the 4x100 relay team which finished fifth at state and set a school record ... also a part of the school-record setting 4x400 relay team ... won Poway's Scholar-Athlete Award in 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 ... won the Poway High School Titan Award in 2008.
Parents are Kimberly and Timothy Webber ... has one sister, Pamela ... Pamela played softball at Eastern Kentucky University ... contemplating being a veterinarian or a biologist ... thrived with the RSF Attack and RB Renegades club squads and scored 11 of her team's 16 goals during the 2005 Southern California Open State Cup ... team was a semifinalst at the North Carolina Tournament in 2006 and a finalist at the Blues Cup in 2007 ... team was also a 2005 Pegasus Cup semi-finalist and a 2005 Knott's Forest Cup champion.
Coach Gallimore on Webber: "Alex is a workhorse up front and can create as well as score goals. She is extremely strong and nimble and a difficult player for opponents to handle. Alex has a great sense of the game and always does a good job of making those around her better."
GETTING TO KNOW ALEX WEBBER
Alex Webber In Her Own Words
I grew up in sunny San Diego, CA. I have a sister who just graduated from and played softball for four years at Eastern Kentucky University. My parents are very supportive and help me out a lot, not to mention the loud encouragement I get from my dad while playing. I have a chocolate lab named Dakota and he is the most spoiled dog I have ever owned, but I love him to death. I love being active and outdoors but a nice day movie hopping is always fun. I could spend all day at the beach playing soccer, in the water, and just hanging with friends. I can't wait to have time to travel around the world, especially to the Serengeti Plains for a safari. I love animals and want to help them by becoming a vet or wildlife biologist. I miss playing other sports but I love playing soccer at UW, and the rain just makes it more fun.
"Standing Outside the Fire" - Garth Brooks
Sweets (candy, ice cream, etc.)
Strangest thing a coach ever said to you
"Go to jail" - Jim Thomas
Favorite dance move
Favorite part of being a Husky
Wearing purple! And being part of a great community
Favorite restaurant in Seattle
The Ram Restaurant
Favorite place to hang out in Seattle
My apartment or Northgate Mall
Favorite place on UW campus
The Quad, especially in the Spring
Current cell phone ring tone
Zodiac sign and one trait you possess typical of that sign
Capricorn - Ambitious and disciplined
Biggest celebrity crush
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift card
Why did you choose your number
I only had 2 choices plus it was the closest number to my favorite number which is 16
Random fact people wouldn't know about Alex Webber
I love to bake anything!!
If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and why
VP so I can feel the magic
Best thing about playing for Coach Gallimore
She cares about you, not just as a player but as a person too, which pushes me to want to do better.