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Height: 5'1"
Year: Junior
City/State: North Andover, Mass.
High School: The Hill School [Pa.]


Career Statistics


  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2018-19)

2019 Statistics

2018 (Stats): Started all 22 contests on the Blue Devils' back line ... Helped Duke's defensive unit rank second in the ACC with eight shutouts and fourth in the league with a 1.47 goals against average for the fall ... Finished sophomore campaign with five points on one goal and three assists ... Registered first goal of Duke career on a penalty stroke at No. 21 Wake Forest ... Stroke proved to be the game winner in a 3-2 Duke victory ... Notched first career assist in a 4-3 overtime victory against No. 23 Liberty (8/26).

2017 (Stats): Entered three contests as a rookie, taking the field against William & Mary (8/25), Boston University (10/1) and Appalachian State (10/28).

Prior to Duke: Member of the U.S. U19 junior national team … Has also competed with the U.S. U17 junior national squad and U19 national indoor team … USA Field Hockey Futures Elite selection in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … Harrow Sports/National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School All-America pick in 2015 after totaling 27 goals … Named to Pottstown Mercury first team as a senior after guiding The Hill School to a league title … Three-time Eagle Tribune All-Star selection … Also lettered in ice hockey and lacrosse at The Hill School.

Personal: Born Alexandra Sarah Davidson Aug. 18, 1998 in Boston, Mass. … Daughter of Liz and Shep Davidson … Has one sister (Samantha) … Father played tennis at Swarthmore College where he was a five-time All-American and inducted into the Garnet Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015 … Mother played ice hockey and soccer at Bowdoin.

Career Highs:
Goals: 1 ... at Wake Forest ... Sept. 28, 2018
Assists: 1 ... 3x, last at Old Dominion ... Oct. 7, 2018
Points: 2 ... at Wake Forest ... Sept. 28, 2018

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