2 - Alyssa Woodward
Alyssa Woodward
Height: 5-8
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Riverside, Calif.
High School: Arlington
College: Pitzer College
Position: UT
Major: Undeclared

At Pomona-Pitzer: Completed her first season as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Water Polo team, where she primarily plays driver...2012: ACWPC First-Team Division III All-American...SCIAC Newcomer of the Year...First-team All-SCIAC selection...Led the Sagehens with 79 goals on the year...Led the team in scoring in each of her first five collegiate contests, including two goals against California in her debut...Had eight goals agains NCAA qualifiers (three vs. Loyola Marymount and Iona, two vs. UC Irvine) to lead the Sagehens in all three games...Had four-goal games against Cal State Monterey Bay (a 13-10 loss), CSU Bakersfield (a 12-8 loss), Brown (a 6-5 loss), La Verne (a 9-6 overtime win)...Tallied seven goals in the same day with four against La Verne and three in a 10-9 win over Azusa Pacific...Had three goals in the last two games of the regular season to help the Sagehens finish 7-0 in round-robin play in the SCIAC, an 8-5 win over CMS and an 11-10 triple-overtime win over Whittier.

High School: Attended Arlington High School in Riverside, California, where she competed on the water polo and swimming teams…Was a first-team all-league selection as a sophomore, junior and senior…Also earned All-CIF honors as a junior, when she helped the Lions to a CIF championship…Named team MVP as a senior…A scholar-athlete selection all four years…National Honors Society and California Scholarship Federation member…Also competed for one year with the Riverside Water Polo club team and four years with Foothill Club Water Polo.

Personal: Attending Pitzer College…Has one brother and one sister…Sister, Amanda, played on the water polo team at the University of Redlands…Lists Betsy Armstrong of the United States Women’s Water Polo national team as her favorite athlete…Favorite book is The Scarlet Letter, and favorite movie is The Princess Bride…Born December 18, 1992...Chose Pitzer “because of the small school, the safe and fun environment, and the people!”