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#20 Alexis Hyder Season 2024-25

Austin, Texas
Previous School
North Texas
High School
Lyndon B. Johnson Early College HS

2016 LSWA Newcomer of the Year
2016 All-Louisiana Second Team
2016 Honorable Mention Associated Press All-SEC
2015-16 Offensive Player of the Year · LSU Team Award

Earned her bachelor’s degree in sports administration commerce in spring 2016 … Led LSU in scoring and rebounding in 2015-16 with 12.2 points and 7.9 rebounds a game … Posted 10 double-doubles and was the only Lady Tiger to score 20-plus points in 2015-16 … For full career (incl. 2 seasons at North Texas), totals 27 career double-doubles … Sat out the 2014-15 season due to NCAA transfer rules … Played her freshman and sophomore seasons at North Texas after starring at Lyndon B. Johnson Early College High School in Austin, Texas.

Started all 32 games as a senior…Second on the team in rebounds with 187 for an average of 5.8 per game…Second on the team in field goal shooting, hitting 50% of her shot attempts…Led team in blocks with 27…Led team in double-doubles with four, and posted 14 for her LSU career…Scored in double-figures in 13 games…Hauled down double-digit rebounds in four games…Led LSU in scoring in three games, and in rebounding in 13 games…Shot 50% or better in seven of last 10 games…Grabbed five-plus rebounds in 21 of 32 games…Scored 15 points in first three games of the season…Registered her 11th double-double at LSU with 15 points and 10 boards versus Wake Forest…Led LSU in scoring in win over Rice with 15 points…Hit her third career trey against the Owls…Tied for team lead in rebounds against Rice with eight…Tied for team lead with Raigyne Moncrief and Chloe Jackson with six boards versus #3 UConn…Scored 10 points and blocked two shots in the win over TCU…Was 4-of-5 from the free-throw line against TCU and hit three free throws in final seconds for the six-point win…Scored nine points and led team with six rebounds in win over Tulane…Grabbed a season-best four steals and three assists, and tied season high with two blocks versus the Green Wave…Shot 71 percent (5-7) from the field en route to 11 points against Sam Houston State…Hit all three field goal attempts and scored seven points against Alabama State…Tied her season mark with two blocks against ASU…Hit three-straight field goals in the third quarter against Mizzou to start LSU’s 12-0 run…Held scoreless for the first time in her LSU career by Kentucky…That was also only the second time in her entire college career (122 games) she did not score any points…Hit her second trey of the season against #25 Texas A&M…Scored nine points & hauled in five boards against the Aggies…Played a solid 38 minutes against Arkansas, logging eight points, four rebounds, two steals and a block…Registered her second double-double of season; the 12th of her career with 10 points and 10 rebounds in road win over Ole Miss…Scored 13 points off 4-of-4 shooting from field & 5-of-6 from free-throw line before fouling out in the loss at Vanderbilt…Tied career mark with three blocked shots against the Commodores…Tied career high with five steals in the win over #23/24 Texas A&M…Also had 12 points and nine rebounds…Logged third double-double of season and 13th of career with 17 points and 11 rebounds at Georgia…Tied for team lead with 17 points and seven rebounds in a win over Vanderbilt…Had a solid game in the win over Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament with five points, eight rebounds, three assists and a block in 27 minutes of action…Followed that game with a team-leading nine rebounds, eight points and a season-best four assists versus #6/7 Mississippi State…Closed career with her fourth double-double of the year with 10 points and a season-high 12 rebounds in the NCAA Tournament against California.

Played in all 31 games in her first season with the Lady Tigers, making 27 starts … Only player to score 20 or more points, doing so in three games, including back-to-back efforts in the SEC Tournament … Posted a team-leading 10 double-doubles, seven of which were against SEC foes … Led LSU in scoring and rebounding with 12.2 points and 7.9 rebounds a game … Led the SEC in offensive rebounds for the season with 122 … In the 16 league games, ranked ninth in the SEC in scoring (12.9 ppg) and tied for eighth in rebounding (7.6 rpg) … Named an honorable mention selection to the Associated Press All-SEC Team … Scored in double figures in 21 games and had 10-plus rebounds in 11 contests … Led LSU in scoring 13 times and in rebounding 18 times … Was a part of all but one of the 10 starting lineup combinations used in 2015-16 … Scored 10+ points in all but two SEC games … Closed the season on an eight-game double-digit scoring streak … Scored 10 or more points in 16 of the final 17 games of the season … Hauled in five or more rebounds in all but five games … Earned her first double-double with 15 points and 15 rebounds against ULM (Nov. 15), and also posted three steals, two blocks and two assists … Recorded back-to-back double-doubles against Marist (Nov. 28) and Maine (Nov. 29) in the Gulf Coast Showcase … Scored 19 points in the win over Marist … Paired that effort with 14 rebounds, three assists and three steals … Returned one day later for 13 points and 11 rebounds against Maine … Scored 40 points and hauled in 31 rebounds in three days at the tournament … Scored 16 points at Rutgers (Dec. 19) … Took a season-high 16 shots against the Scarlet Knights … Led the way in rebounding with seven boards, six of which were on the offensive side … Led the Lady Tigers in rebounding against #1 UConn (Dec. 21) with 12 boards for her fourth game of double-digit rebounds … Hit her first three pointer against the Huskies … Posted her fourth double-double of the season off the bench against Ole Miss (Jan. 7) … Matched her season high with six field goals made … Led the squad in scoring and rebounding against Texas A&M (Jan. 10) with 14 points and six boards … Posted eight rebounds against Vanderbilt (Jan. 14), tying Jasmine Rhodes for the rebounding lead for the Lady Tigers … Was on pace for a double-double but picked up her fourth foul in the third quarter and was forced to the bench for the remainder of the period as well as the first of the fourth quarter … Finished the game with 10 points … Set a career mark with six assists, accounting for half of LSU’s assists in the game … Recorded her fifth career double-double with a team-leading 13 points and 10 rebounds on the road at #20 Florida before fouling out in the fourth quarter … Posted a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds against Arkansas (Jan. 21) … Was the second time she registered back-to-back double-doubles … Scored 10 points and blocked a career-high three shots in the win over Georgia (Jan. 24) … Also hauled in five rebounds before fouling out … Had her best game of the year, scoring half of the team’s points in the loss at #22 Missouri (Jan. 28) … Scored 23 points off an 8-of-11 effort from the field and a perfect 7-of-7 mark from the free-throw line … Scored six of LSU’s 10 points in the first quarter and nine of the team’s 19 points in the third-quarter rally that got the Tigers within two points … Led the team with 17 points and nine rebounds against Auburn (Feb. 1) … Set a career mark with nine free throws in the loss … Registered her seventh double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds at #18 Kentucky (Feb. 7) … The 15 rebounds tied a career mark … Also logged two blocked shots in the loss … Picked up her eighth double-double of the season with 10 points and 12 rebounds against Georgia (Feb. 14) before fouling out with five minutes left in the fourth quarter … Led LSU with seven offensive boards in the loss … Had seven rebounds in just the first quarter against the Bulldogs … Led the Lady Tigers in scoring in the win over #24 Tennessee (Feb. 21) … Hit the game-winning free throws to seal the victory with 3.4 seconds remaining in the game … Prior to the free throws, she grabbed the defensive board on a missed UT field goal and was fouled … Tied her career mark with nine free throws made … Hit all six of her free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter … Led the team and logged her ninth double-double of the season with 14 points and 12 rebounds against Florida (Feb. 25) … Led LSU in scoring with 20 points and in steals with three in the first-round SEC Tournament win over Alabama (Mar. 2) … Tied for the team lead in rebounds with nine and in assists with five … Was 9-of-12 from the field in the win … Tied her career mark with 23 points in the second-round loss to #13 Kentucky (Mar. 3) … Became the first Lady Tiger to score 20-plus points in consecutive games of the postseason event since Seimone Augustus in the 2006 SEC Tournament … The 23 points versus #13 Kentucky marked the most points scored by a Lady Tiger since the 2010 SEC Tournament.

Redshirted during the 2014-15 season because of NCAA transfer rules … Was able to practice with the team, but was ineligible for games.

AT NORTH TEXAS (2012-13 & 2013-14 Seasons)
Averaged 12.8 points and 7.4 rebounds per game while starting 51 of 59 games for the Mean Green during her freshman and sophomore seasons … Collected All-Sun Belt Conference Third-Team honors as a freshman after her 14.2 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.0 blocks per game were each ranked among the league’s top 10 … Registered a 49.5 field goal percentage over her first two seasons … Compiled 20-plus points seven times and secured 13 double-doubles.

Prepped under Renee Brown at Lyndon B. Johnson Early College High School in Austin, Texas … Strong and physical post player who was a McDonalds All-American nominee … Racked up 35 points per game during senior season and broke school record with 61 points in a game … Led her team to the Class 4A state championship game and secured all-tournament team accolades as a junior … Picked up a pair of 4A All-State First-Team honors by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) … Garnered three consecutive Austin American-Statesman All-Central Texas First-Team selections … A two-time District 26-4A MVP … Ranked sixth in her senor class and was a two-time all-academic pick by the TABC. 

Daughter of Kerry and Sandra Hyder … Born on April 8, 1994 … Earned her bachelor’s degree in sports administration commerce in spring 2016.

23; 2x, last: vs #13 Kentucky; 3/3/16
15; 2x, last: at #18 Kentucky; 2/7/16
9; vs Alabama; 3/2/16
16; 2x, last: vs #13 Kentucky; 3/3/16
1; 6x, last: vs Ole Miss; 3/2/17
3; vs Ole Miss; 3/2/17
9; 3x, last: vs #13 Kentucky; 3/3/16
14; Auburn; 2/1/16
6; at Vanderbilt; 1/14/16
5; 2x, last: #23/24 Texas A&M; 2/16/17
3; 2x, last: at Vanderbilt; 2/13/17
38; Arkansas; 1/29/17

Rank; Points; Opponent; Date
1; 23; at #22 Missouri; 1/28/16
1; 23; vs #13 Kentucky; 3/3/16
3; 20; vs Alabama; 3/2/16
4; 19; vs Marist; 11/28/15
5; 17; Auburn; 2/1/16
5; 17; #24 Tennessee; 2/21/16
5; 17; at Georgia; 2/19/17
5; 17; Vanderbilt; 2/16/17
9; 16; at Rutgers; 12/19/15
9; 16; at #18 Kentucky; 2/7/16


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