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About Coach Alyssa

This 2020-2021 season will be Alyssa's second year with Westmoreland Elite and she is excited to continue coaching aspiring college level players again this year!  

The 2019-2020 season marked Alyssa's third season as head coach of the PSUGA Volleyball team. 2019 was Finocchi's best season as a head coach as she led her team to their first Penn State University Athletic Conference playoff appearance since the 2014 season with a record of 19-13 and 8-4 in conference play. After falling in the quarterfinal round, PSUGA went on to make the program's first-ever appearance in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National tournament. They won their first USCAA National Tournament game defeating PSU-Beaver 3-0 and finished 4th overall in the tournament out of 70+ schools in the conference. PSUGA received one PSUAC First-Team all-conference award and three USCAA All-Americans for their efforts.

Alyssa had a 14-year volleyball career that began in elementary school, continued through Baldwin High School, where her senior season team were undefeated section champions.  She then continued to Penn State Greater Allegheny to play volleyball for four more years. Throughout these four years, she was the catalyst that led the program to the school’s first final four appearance her senior year, with the program’s best overall record of 21-10.

Alyssa holds 14 PSUGA Volleyball all-time program records including the record for Kills (840), Digs (737), and total career points (1,286.5). During her four years, she acquired numerous accolades on and off the court.  Academically, she participated in the Honors Program for eight semesters, maintained an average 3.4 GPA, and received a scholarship for leadership in the classroom.  Her four-year college career also gained her three First Team All PSUAC Conference awards, seven PSUAC Player of the Week titles, two USCAA player of the week titles, and two USCAA All-American awards.  Her favorite accomplishment, however, would be being named the PSUGA Female Athlete of the Year during her senior year.  She ended her PSUGA career with the program's first PSUAC Final Four appearance and completed her Marketing/Management Business degree.

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Westmoreland Elite Volleyball Club
Lindsay Lesofsky 
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Phone: 412-527-2218
Email: [email protected]

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