Alexis Allaman, MEd

Alex Wickham

B.S., Fayetteville State University; M.Ed., Methodist University

Bio:

Alexis (Alex) Allaman joined the Methodist University staff in the fall of 2018 as an assistant softball coach, after graduating from Fayetteville State University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a concentration in physical education. Allaman received her Master’s degree from MU in coaching education and athletic administration.

She will work with the outfielders as well as managing other day-to-day responsibilities.

Prior to her arrival at Methodist, she was the assistant coach at Fayetteville State for two seasons. She assisted Jackie Stickley in leading the Broncos to winning a southern division championship in 2017 and to the CIAA conference championship game in 2018.

Allaman was a three-year letter winner, two-time All-CIAA selection, a 2015 CIAA Commissioner’s All-Academic selection and a 2016 All-CIAA preseason selection at Fayetteville State. She received All-CIAA First Team honors in 2016 and All-CIAA Second Team honors at the conclusion of 2015; both as a center fielder.

As a student-athlete at Fayetteville State, she played in 106 games with 320 at-bats, 101 hits, 74 runs scored, 19 doubles, 9 home runs, and 81 RBIs. Allaman finished with a career hitting average of .316 and a slugging percentage of .491

Allaman is not new to the USA South. She began her collegiate career at Greensboro College before transferring to FSU. At Greensboro she played in 33 games, had a .283 batting average, .339 on-base percentage, a .434 slugging percentage, and hit 12 doubles. Allaman earned USA South honors as Rookie of the Week going 4-for-7 (.571) with one run scored and one RBI in a doubleheader against Lynchburg. She also was on the All-Academic Conference Team.