The George Washington University: Men's Soccer

Andri Alexandersson
Andri  Alexandersson


Akranes, Iceland

High School:
Commercial College of Iceland

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185


International Business/Finance


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Senior Led GW to First Win Over Ranked Opponent in 17 Years


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Adewole, Alexandersson Team Up for Colonials' Goal


GW Men's Soccer Knocks Off No. 22 Navy, 2-1, in Double OT

Alexandersson's Golden Goal in 107th Minute Gives Colonials Third Straight Win


MSOC vs. Davidson

George Washington v Davidson


MSOC vs St Francis

GW Men's Soccer vs. Saint Francis, 9/20/14


MSOC vs. La Salle

2013 Senior Day


MSOC vs. George Mason

George Washington v George Mason


MSOC vs. Robert Morris (10/5/13)

George Washington v Robert Morris

NSCAA Scholar All-East Region honorable mention ... Served as team co-captain for the second year in a row ... Saw action in 11 games and made 10 starts, amassing 828 minutes on the pitch ... Tallied a goal and an assist for three points ... Ranked second on the team with 18 shots and 10 shots on goal for a .556 shots-on-goal percentage ... Scored the golden goal in the 107th minute to give GW a 2-1 upset victory at No. 22 Navy, as his free kick hit off the underside of the crossbar and bounced down into the goal with 3:43 left in the second overtime period (Sept. 16) ... Had an assist on GW's lone goal against Saint Francis (Sept. 20) ... Took a career-high six shots against Davidson (Nov. 9) ... Played every minute of each of the first six games of the season before suffering an injury against Saint Peter's (Sept. 27) and missing the next six games ... Played every minute of the final two games of the season, including all 110 minutes of the double-overtime draw with Davidson ... Recognized on the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the Fall 2014 semester.

Served as team co-captain ... Saw action in 16 games and made 15 starts ... Amassed 1,175 minutes on the pitch, second-most on the team ... Also ranked second on the team with 21 shots, including 10 on goal ... Took a career-high five shots in the season finale against La Salle (11/10) ... Played every minute of a double-overtime contest at UMBC (9/28) ... Also played all 90 minutes five times, including the first three games of the season ... Recognized on the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for both semesters.

Started at center back in all 17 games in which he played in his first season at GW after transferring from Florida International ... Amassed a team-high 1,542 minutes, playing every minute of 16 of his 17 games ... Took seven shots on the season, including four on goal ... Scored his lone goal of the season in the 10th minute at VMI (9/7) ... Named team MVP ... Recognized on the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for both semesters.

2011-12 AT FIU
Saw action in six games and made four starts as a freshman for the Golden Panthers ... Scored a pair of goals on four shots... First collegiate goal came at Tulsa (10/19) ... Also scored the first goal in a 3-2 win over Florida Gulf Coast (11/4).

Member of the First Division champion IA Akranes club team ... Named Most Promising Player in 2010.

Andri Alexandersson ... Born June 16, 1990, in Akranes, Iceland ... Son of Anna Julia and Alexander Eriksson ... As a younger brother, Asthor, and a younger sister, Gyda ... Majoring in international business and finance.

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Andri Alexandersson GW Career Stats Get Acrobat Reader

Goals 1 4x, Last at #22 Navy (9/16/14)
Assists 1 vs. Saint Francis (9/20/14)
Points 2 4x, Last at #22 Navy (9/16/14)
Shots 6 vs. Davidson (11/9/14)
Minutes 110 vs. Davidson (11/9/14)


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