The 2013 season will be Ryan Alexander's third season on the sidelines for the St. Mary's men's lacrosse program. Alexander is also in his third year as the school's intramurals coordinator.
He had an illustrious career at St. Mary’s, finishing his four-year career as an All-America selection in 2009 and as a four-time All-Capital Athletic Conference honoree. A three-year team captain, Alexander was one of the program’s best midfielders, amassing 144 points on 98 goals and 46 assists. He was an outstanding defender as well, scooping up 119 ground balls and causing 21 turnovers.
During his senior season, the Seahawks finished with their first 10-win season since 2007 with the help of Alexander’s strong leadership and dedicated play, earning a 10-6 (5-2 CAC) record and advancing to the conference semifinals. St. Mary's notched a four-year mark of 37-27 (20-9 CAC) during his tenure.
The Laurel, Maryland native represented the Seahawks at the 2010 USILA/LaxWorld Division III North/South Senior All-Star Game and was selected as an USILA Scholar All-American after earning a cumulative GPA above 3.0.
Alexander graduated from St. Mary's in 2010 with a degree in economics. He lives in Lexington Park with his wife, Allie Zerhusen '09.