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Alexandra Psoma

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Coaching: Girls

Alexandra Psoma was born in Vienna, Austria on Sept. 18th, 1997. Her father is Greek, her mother Austrian, and she grew up in Athens, Greece. Alexandra started playing volleyball when she was 6 years old, and at the age of 12 she was already playing on the club women’s team which advanced from the regional into the second division. At the same time, Alexandra was selected into the Greek Youth National Team as an outside hitter, and competed for the first time at the World Children’s Volleyball Games in 2011 in Ankara, Turkey.

 

By being a part of the Greek National Team, she participated in various games. In March 2013 she played in the European Youth Championship in Montenegro, where the greek team placed fifth by beating the later European Champion Poland, and thus qualified for the FIVB Youth World Championship July/August 2013 in Thailand. In the FIVB Youth World Championship, Alexandra was ranked the 3rd best spiker efficiency-wise of all teams.

 

In that year, she also played with the Greek Junior national team in Bulgaria at the Junior European Championship, and was later selected onto the roster of the Greek Women’s national team.

 

On May 30th of 2013, Alexandra had the honor to carry the Olympic flame at the lighting ceremony in Athens for the European Olympic Youth festival in Holland, and on July 2013 she and the Greek national team placed 2nd in the Balkan Games U18.

 

Moreover, she was selected to be the Rookie of the Year (2013-2014) of the Division 1 Greek Women’s League.

 

Alexandra also played as a full rotation outside hitter at San Diego State University, and in 2016 she was selected to be in the Mountain West All-Conference Team. In that year she was also selected to be part of the Dean’s List as well as on the Mountain West All-Academic team. Alexandra was also a scholar athlete throughout the years of 2016-2019.

 

Due to an injury in her Junior year (2017-2018), she stopped playing volleyball, and therefore she became an undergraduate assistant coach for her senior year at SDSU. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, while she also minored in German Studies.

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