Alisha N. Alexander

Sports Information Director

Alisha Alexander will begin her third year as the Sports Information Director at Lewis-Clark State College in 2020-21. The Southern California native came to LCSC after working as the Sports Information Assistant for Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (NCAA DIII) in Claremont, Calif where she handled coverage of softball and track and field while assisting in all other sports.


In her first two years at the LC State SID, Alexander upgraded Warrior social media platforms, streaming services and digital content. Under her watch, the social media following increased by hundreds across Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. She helped transition the streaming of home games to lcwarriors.com/watch, a platform connected directly to lcwarriors.com, and added the use of graphics and a scorebug into all streams.


A member of the College Sports Information Directors or America (CoSIDA), Alexander has nominated 10 CoSIDA Academic All-District honorees and two CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. In both of her first two years as Sports Information Director, she was a finalist for the Frontier Conference SID of the Year award. She helps lead the department’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council and was instrumental in the production of the inaugural LCSPY’s, a student-athlete awards banquet put on to honor the achievements of LC State student-athletes.


Alexander graduated from Concordia University, Irvine in December of 2016 and became a graduate assistant in Sports Information for the Eagles. While at CUI, she also interned for the PacWest Conference, an NCAA DII conference located in Orange County, Calif. as well as at the 2016 Ryder Cup and 2017 Senior PGA Championship. She obtained her Master’s degree in Coaching and Athletics Administration from Concordia in November of 2018.


A softball player growing up and an avid baseball fan, Alexander spent four summers working in collegiate summer baseball for the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League as the Director of Baseball Operations for the SoCal Bombers and as the Director of Media Relations for the league.


Alexander, her fiance Zac and their dog, Hunter, reside in Lewiston.