|| Alessandra Moss
All-NorPac selection ... started 20 of the team's 21 games ... established career-best totals in goals allowed (24) and GAA (1.31) ... played 1284:12 minutes in the cage ... save percentage was 78.0 ... record was 14-6 overall while notching a pair of shutouts, both of which came during the NorPac Tournament (Longwood on Nov. 5, California on Nov. 6) ... racked up a career-best 17 saves against North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament, helping keep Stanford stay within striking distance during a 3-1 loss ... made at least six saves in a game on five occasions ... 2-2 in overtime games ... registered eight saves in a loss at then-No. 1 North Carolina on Sept. 26 ... stopped her only penalty stroke attempt of the year, turning away five of 10 chances faced in her career.
2009: First Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... started all 22 games, playing every minute in goal during the year (1547:52) ... made 117 saves, translating into a percentage of 76.5 ... GAA was 1.63, allowing 36 goals on the year ... registered six shutouts, including a pair of scoreless contests during the NorPac Tournament ... made season-best 13 saves in a loss at Louisville on Nov. 1 ... posted at least 10 saves in a game on four occasions, including 10 against Princeton on Nov. 14 in the NCAA Tournament ... in that same game, denied a penalty stroke attempt in the 58th minute and has turned away four of the nine chances she has faced over her first two seasons ... made at least six saves in a game on eight occasions ... finished with 10 saves during a 3-2 overtime victory at No. 17 Iowa on Sept. 13 ... added 12 saves in a loss to top-ranked Maryland on Oct. 30 ... 2-0 in overtime games.
2008: Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... played in 19 games, making 15 starts ... made 111 saves, translating into a percentage of 77.6 ... sported a GAA of 1.77 ... posted a 9-9 mark in the cage ... notched two shutouts (vs. Pacific on Sept. 27 and Davidson on Oct. 14) ... recorded season-high 13 saves twice, against Iowa on Sept. 13 and versus California on Nov. 8 in the NorPac Tournament championship game ... made at least six saves on nine different occasions ... established a reputation as one of the nation's top penalty stroke stoppers, allowing opponents to convert just one of four opportunities ... helped guide Stanford to its first penalty-stroke victory since 2005 when she turned away Pacific on Oct. 26 for a 2-1 Stanford win ... finished with 10 saves in a loss at Princeton on Nov. 11 in an NCAA Play-In contest.
2007: Redshirted the season.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in field hockey ... 2006 Regional All-American ... three-time NEPSAC Class A All-Tournament Team selection (2004, 2005, 2006) ... participated in the 2006 National Futures Tournament ... guided squad to a final appearance in 2006, quarterfinal showing in 2005 and semifinal berth in 2004 ... three-time All-New England All-Tournament pick (2004, 2005, 2006) ... also a four-year letterwinner in ice hockey, two-year letterwinner in track and field and lettered one season in lacrosse.
Personal: Parents are Robert Moss and Michela Nonis.