Alexis Daly

Women's Basketball (2012-2016)

Daly's stoic career began in the fall of 2012, having not been specifically recruited to play basketball at the campus. She immediately made an impact on the program earning PSUAC All-Conference honors and a first team selection to the USCAA All-American team. Over the next two years Daly continued to dominate the stat columns and in 2014 became just the third Lady Lion to reach the 1,000 point milestone. Daly drove her squad to the program's first PSUAC championship appearance and a USCAA national tournament berth in 2015, only to repeat the feat as a senior. In 2015 she became the school's all-time leading scorer and in her final season, Daly pulled in her 1,000 career rebound, becoming just the second player in school history to achieve 1,000 career mark in both points and rebounds.

By the end of her tenure, Daly became perhaps the most decorated student-athlete in campus history. The forward was named a PSUAC All-Conference player and a 1st team USCAA All-American in each of her four seasons. In her final two years, Daly was named the PSUAC's player of the year, and as a senior was named player of the year nationally by the USCAA. She ends her career with an astounding 1,772 points along with 1,049 rebounds,  171 steals, and 131 blocked shots.