Junior (2011-12): Competed in three tournaments for the Cougars…best finish came at the WSU Cougar Cup…finished T-32nd, scoring 72 on the final round of the tournament...third top finisher for WSU at the Challenge at Onion Creek (+23, 233) coming in at T-50th.
Sophomore (2010-11): Competed in 10 of WSU's tournaments...posted a pair of top-25 finishes...recorded a 79.34 scoring average...shot a three-round total 229 (+13), posting a final-round 74 to finish 25th at the Circling Raven Collegiate Invitational...shot a season-low 73 in the second round of the WSU Cougar Cup to finish a season-best tie for 13th...shot a three-round total 229 (+13) in Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, posting a season-low 73 in the second round and a 74 in the final round...shot a second-round 74 in the Pac-10 - SEC Challenge.
Freshman (2009-10):Competed in each of the Cougars’ 10 tournaments during her debut season…had four top-25 and two top-10 finishes…recorded back-to-back top-10 finishes to begin her WSU career, notching fifth-place efforts at both the Inland Invitational and the Giustina Memorial…also recorded back-to-back top-25 finishes at the Hawkeye Invitational (T-19) and the Challenge at Onion Creek (T-15)…three-round score of 4-over 214 at Onion Creek was both her lowest total of the season and her best tournament in relation to par…garnered medalist honors for WSU in each of the team’s first five events…scoring average of 77.66 is the sixth-lowest by a freshman in school history…mark was also second on the team in 2009-10…fired a season-low 69 (-1) in the second round at Onion Creek, the lowest single-round score by a Cougar in 2009-10.
Earned four varsity letters in golf under coach Todd Simpson…also lettered three times in alpine skiing and once in cross country…freshmanseason helped lead Timberline to the 5A Idaho State Championship, finishing second individually…sophomoreyear led team to second-straight 5A Idaho State Championship, finishing third individually…won Idaho State Junior Golf Championship…finished runner-up at the Idaho Women’s Amateur…won the Big I National Qualifier…participated in the America Cup for Team Idaho…junior year led team to third-consecutive Idaho state title…finished second individually…finished runner-up at the Idaho Women’s Amateur…won Tournament of Champions in Boise…winner of Junior World Qualifier…won the Big I National Qualifier…participated in the America Cup for Team Idaho…senior year won Idaho State 5A Championship…also won the Tournament of Champions in Boise.
Alexandra Thompson…born in Boise, Idaho…parents Roger and Mary Pat…brother Derek…enjoys running, skiing, music, rock climbing and mountain biking.