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LSU Courtney Alexander Parents: Father Ted And Mother Dana Alexander

Courtney Alexander, the daughter of Ted and Dana Alexander, was born on April 28, 1988, in Liberty, Missouri. She is 35 years old as of 2024.

Courtney Alexander is a former American standout forward and midfielder in the LSU Soccer program. Her teammates call her by her nickname, CoJo.

Key Takeaways

  • Courtney Alexander’s father, Ted, played college football at William Jewell College.
  • Her elder brother Cody, played college football at Southern Nazarene College of the NAIA.
  • CoJo helped the people of Haiti construct a campus and orphanage after the earthquake.

After her sophomore season, Courtney transferred from Southeast Missouri State of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) to LSU.

She led on and off the field for three years at LSU, becoming the team captain during her senior season 2010.

CoJo ended her career with a selection to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI Second Team in 2010.

She graduated with a degree in kinesiology from LSU in December 2010.

The Athletic Family of Courtney Alexander

Courtney Alexander has successfully maintained a borderline between her personal and professional life.

She hasn’t disclosed much information regarding her personal life to the tabloids.

She grew up in an athletic family; her father and brother were athletes.

Courtney Alexander was nominated for the SEC Awards. (Image Source: LSU Sports)

Her father, Ted Alexander, played college football at William Jewell College, and her elder brother, Cody, played college football at Southern Nazarene College of the NAIA.

However, nothing is known about her mother except her name, Dana Alexander.

Ted, being an athlete, must have supported his daughter in her career journey.

Courtney Alexander’s family instilled a spirit of generosity

Courtney helped in the ongoing cleanup after a devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti in 2019.

In December, she traveled to the Caribbean nation of Haiti for the first time with her LSU teammate Natalie Ieyoub on a mission trip with the organization Lespwa Worldwide.

Courtney Alexander and Natalie Leyoub during a mission to Haiti. (Source: ESPN)

LSU women’s golfer Mary Michael Maggio also joined them with Lespwa Worldwide at its Mission of Hope headquarters in the village of Titayen.

They helped reconstruct the campus, construct the roof of a new school cafeteria, paint some of the new orphanage buildings, and organize medical supplies for the on-site clinic.

CoJo mentioned, “Like here in America, any kid would squirm sitting on your lap.

But there, if you’re sitting down, watching something, they’ll just come up, not even say a word, and just come and sit on your lap and stay for hours. It’s just crazy because all they want is love.”

Moreover, they spend time with the children playing soccer and making arts and crafts during their stay.

Courtney fell in love with Haiti and said, “It was great to go back and work alongside Haitians who also have hope that their country can be rebuilt and who have an unwavering love and joy in Jesus when they literally have nothing,”

She also expressed, “Mission of Hope has allowed them to be equipped to help change their nation. You can see how the children now have a sense of responsibility and pride in their country like never had before.”

FAQ’s

How tall is Courtney Alexander?

Courtney Alexander stands 5 feet and 5 inches tall.

How many times was Courtney Alexander in the SEC Academic Honor Roll?

She was selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll twice, in 2009 and 2010.

How many years did Courtney Alexander spend at Southeast Missouri State?

Courtney Alexander enjoyed a stellar two-year career at Southeast Missouri State, where she was the premier player in the Ohio Valley Conference.

Ashish
Ashish
Ashish Maharjan, author at Sportstalkline, has been covering sports with a keen eye for detail and a knack for storytelling. A sports writer with a passion for capturing the essence of athletic competition.
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