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#2 Alex Avery
Position: Driver
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 160
Year: Senior
Hometown: Atherton, CA
High School: Menlo School
Major: Management Science

2012: Named to ACWPC and MPSF All-Academic Lists ... scored nine goals ... netted four goals at SoCal Tournament in Santa Barbara (9/29-30) ... added a goal in win at UCSB (10/13) ... scored goals in wins over Bucknell (10/21) and UC Irvine (10/27) ... scored in consecutive wins at UC Davis (11/3) and Santa Clara (11/4).

2011: Named to ACWPC and MPSF All-Academic Lists ... scored 13 goals ... scored twice against Fresno Pacific (9/4) ... netted a goal against California (9/18) ... scored in 10-9 overtime win of SoCal Tournament final against California (10/2) ... scored four times over four games of the Bronco Stampede (10/22-23) ... scored twice against UC Davis (11/13).

2010: Named to MPSF All-Academic List ... scored 10 goals ... scored twice against Pomona-Pitzer (9/4) ... posted hat tricks against Redlands (9/5) and UC San Diego (10/2).

2009: Named to ACWPC All-Academic List ... scored one goal on the year, that coming against UC Davis (9/19).

2008: Redshirted the year.

High School: A 2008 graduate of Menlo School ... was captain of both the water polo and swimming teams as a senior ... three-year letterwinner in water polo and twice lettered in swimming ... named third-team All-American as a senior ... named Peninsula Athletic League MVP in 2007 ... also selected to All-Central Coast Section First Team as a senior ... helped lead team to third-place finish at TruWest Tournament ... as a junior, helped lead team to 28-1 record, TruWest Tournament and CCS titles ... second-team All-PAL selection as a junior ... helped lead Menlo School to CCS title in 2006 ... played for Stanford Water Polo Club ... was part of Stanford club teams that finished third at the Junior Olympics in 2004, 2007, and 2008.

Personal: Born in Stanford, Calif. ... undeclared major ... parents are Brian and Tracey Avery ... father played water polo at Stanford from 1974-77, and was part of the Cardinal's 1976 national championship team ... has three siblings, Galen, Amanda, and Meg ... hobbies include beach volleyball and tennis.