"Alyssa is very quick and athletic. She hits a hard ball and has the potential to be a very good player for us. We're looking for her to work on her shot selection." -Head Coach Paul Peck
2012-13: Added depth to the bottom half of Army's lineup throughout the spring, primarily in the singles game ... played as high as No. 4 and as low as No. 6 ... posted an 8-7 singles record on the year to include a straight-set win against Patriot League foe Holy Cross ... advanced three rounds at the Panther Team Cup at Middlebury ... authored a 5-4 doubles record with three different partners.
2011-12: Earned the third-best winning percentage in dual-match singles play with an .846 clip ... went 10-1 in duals and 14-4 overall ... lone dual loss was against Bryant's Marcela Brandao in her second match of the day ... had beaten Fairleigh Dickinson's Manu Leme, 7-5, 6-7, 10-8, that morning ... went a combined 8-0 at Nos. 5 and 6 ... paired with sophomore Carly Riney for doubles in two dual matches, winning both ... won her final five singles matches of the regular season, all in straight sets.
High School: Earned All-Berks honors all four years at Governor Mifflin ... Clover Park Female Athlete Award recipient ... Presidential Physical Fitness National Elite Award ... National Honor Society member ... American Psychological Association research award.
Personal: Alyssa Gleason ... born March 26, 1993, in Mohnton, Pa. ... daughter of Mette and Richard Gleason ... sister Brigitte ... plays the violin ... likes to mountain bike and ski in her free time ... wants to become a doctor ... has travelled extensively ... credits her mom and dad with having the most influence on her tennis career ... Life Science major.