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Rose Classic

Alexa Roche #00

First Name: Alexa
Last Name: Roche
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 0
Position: Forward
Team: Rose Classic
Class Of: 2008
School:
College: Georgetown University
Years With Rose Classic: 0

Bio

2008-2009 (freshman): Saw first action of the season in opener at Jacksonville State ... Registered first intercollegiate points at Brown with four as well as a pair of blocks ... Scored six points and had a pair of rebounds in win over Hampton ... Had two points and as many rebounds in semifinals of Ayres Thanksgiving Classic ... Scored three points with a career-best six rebounds in the championship of the Ayres Thanksgiving Classic versus Loyola Marymount ... Had three points and two assists in win over James Madison ... Scored four points with as many rebounds in victory against Gardner-Webb ... Pulled down a rebound in win over Syracuse ... Scored four points with two rebounds and as many steals at St. John's ... Saw action in game against Louisville and Marquette ... Scored a career-best eight points and had three rebounds at USF ... Had a rebound against No. 21/24 Pitt ... Scored two points with an assist and a block versus No. 1/1 UConn ... Posted six points and had a career-high three blocks in 14 minutes at DePaul ... Scored four points and had two rebounds in some quality minutes in double-overtime loss to Rutgers ... Had a career-high three assists in a win over Cincinnati ... Scored three points and had as many rebounds in win at Providence ... Saw action in overtime win over West Virginia ... Had two points and as many rebounds in win at Syracuse ... Played in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament and in the WNIT win over Winthrop.

Prior to Georgetown: Ranked as the No. 13 forward in the nation by hoopgurlz.com ... named Sporting News All-America fourth team in 2008 ... missed most of her senior year after going down with a season-ending injury ... averaged 13.4 points, 11.7 rebounds and 3.1 blocks for coach Apache Paschal, helping St. Michael's to a 25-6 record as a junior ... a New York Daily News All-City first team selection in 2007... named Daily News honorable mention