SAN DIEGO STATE 2016
Named to the 2016 All-Mountain West Team ... Started all 32 of SDSU's matches ... Led the Aztecs in conference play with an average of 3.56 kills per set ... Also averaged 1.31 digs and 0.52 blocks per set in league action ... Her mark of 3.34 kills per set in all matches also led the team ... In conference play she ranked fifth at 3.96 points per set ... Averaged 3.69 points per set overall to rank ninth in the Mountain West ... Set her SDSU career high with 24 kills against Colorado State on Nov.10 ... Registered 23 kills in four sets against Boise State on Oct. 29 ... Led or tied (three times) for the squad lead in kills in 22 matches ... Career-best .581 hitting percentage vs. Rhode Island on Sept. 9 with 19 kills and one error on 31 attacks ... Season highs of three service aces vs. Murray State (Sept. 3) and six blocks vs. Fresno State (Oct. 6) and vs. UNLV (Nov. 16) ... Recorded double-doubles with 11 kills and 1 digs at San Jose State (Nov. 3) and 19 kills with 13 digs vs. Wyoming (Nov. 12) ... A member of the Mountain West All-Academic Team.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2015
Started 19 matches of the 28 in which she played at the outside hitter position ... Set her career high of 18 kills in the third match of the season vs. Denver on Aug. 29 ... Added 12 digs in that contest to record her first collegiate double-double ... Added another double-double on Oct. 24 against new Mexico when she had 14 kills and 13 digs ... Best hitting percentage of .435 came in the win at UC Santa Barbara when she registered 12 kills on 23 attempts with two errors ... Had a season-high five blocks in the victory at Utah State on Nov. 14 ... Season averages of 2.27 kills and 2.54 points per set both finished third on the squad.
A member of the Greek National Team at both the junior and senior levels ... As a member of the Greek National Youth team competed at the European Youth Championships in 2013 in Montenegro ... Team placed fifth and qualified for the FIVB Youth World Championships in Thailand in July 2013 ... Was ranked third-best spiker of the tournament ... In 2013 carried the Olympic flame at the lighting ceremony in Athens for the European Olympic Festival to be held in the Netherlands ... Played at the U19 European Championships in Estonia in August 2014 where her team placed fourth ... Was selected onto the roster of the Greek women's national team.
Played for Team Markopoulos in the first division in Greece the past two seasons ... Was named the league's Novasports Rookie of the Year in 2013-14 ... Also voted the Best Spiker U19 in Greece .... Earned MVP of the Week honors during the 2013-14 season ... Played six years for Thetis in Voula, Greece, in the second division ... Competed for three seasons for regional team Vouliagmeni and helped team win promotion to the second division.
Alexandra Psoma was born in Austria ... Daughter of Karin Psomas-Steiner and Yiannis Psomas ... Greek-Austrian heritage and speaks two native languages ... Enjoys dancing, the beach, shopping and spending time with friends ... Favorite Athletes include volleyball player Logan Tom and NBA player Lebron James ... Undeclared major considering psychology or nutrition.