Alyssa Hile
Alyssa Hile


Wildwood, Mo.

High School:
Lafayette High



At Missouri State: In her final season as a Bear, Alyssa Hile will look to build on an impressive junior season while moving to her new center midfielder position. Hile was the second-leading scorer with nine goals and six assists for 24 points, starting in all 21 matches for the Bears. She also had the only hat trick for the Bears in the 2008 season against Lindenwood on Sept. 9 at home. Hile was credited with two game-winning goals against Robert Morris and the overtime goal against Ball State. Hile started all 21 games in her sophomore season and was named to the second-team All-MAC squad. In 2006, Hile played in 18 matches after redshirting the previous year.

Background: Hile came to the Bears after being a four-year letterwinner at Lafayette High in St. Louis, Mo. As a team captain her senior year, Hile led the Lancers to the state semifinals and was a first-team all-conference and honorable mention all-metro selection. She recorded 51 goals and 22 assists in her career at Lafayette, tying the school record for goals scored.

Personal: Hile was born June 15, 1987, in Newport News, Va. She is the daughter of John and Linda Hile. Hile is majoring in Exercise and Movement Science/Pre-Professional Studies.

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