Class of 2020 outside hitter/middle blocker/defensive specialist Alexa ‘Lexi’ Gonzalez has verbally committed to the Oregon State University women’s volleyball program.
Gonzalez will be a junior this coming season at McAllen High School in Texas. As a sophomore middle blocker she helped the team to a 34-6 record and an appearance in the 2017 UIL State Volleyball 6A Championships Bi-District match. Individually, according to her MaxPreps profile, she recorded 266 kills (2.8 per set) on a .399 hitting percentage, 146 digs (1.5 per set), 70 blocks (0.7 per set), 33 aces (0.3 per set) and three assists.
On the club side of things, Gonzalez plays with RGV Venom Volleyball Club and the Valley Venom Red 161 team as an outside hitter and defensive specialist. Standing at 6’0″, she owns a 9’8″ approach touch and swings with her right hand. Video of her play from the 2018 Tour of Texas Hits can be seen below via YouTube:
The Beavers 2018 season begins on August 24 against Virginia. They are coming off of a 21-12 record in 2017 in which they went 11-9 in the Pac-12 and made the NCAA Tournament.
Super excited to announce that I have verbally committed to play volleyball and continue my academic career at Oregon State University! #gobeavs #PAC12 pic.twitter.com/9tbKtF8Ey8
— Lexi Gonzalez🌸🌼 (@t_lexx1) August 7, 2018
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