|High School:||Pymble Ladies College|
|Major:||Environmental Sciences: Biology|
Academic Notes: Majoring in environmental sciences: biology...Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011 and 2012...3.60 GPA in high school.
2012 (Junior): 2-5 overall singles record, 2-0 Big Sky singles record at No. 6...Recorded singles wins against Idaho State and Portland State...3-4 overall doubles record, 2-0 Big Sky doubles record at No. 3...Teamed with Alice Pacaut for wins at No. 3 doubles against Idaho State, Portland State and Seattle...1-3 singles record and 3-1 doubles record during fall 2011 play.
2011 (Sophomore): 3-1 overall singles record, 2-0 Big Sky singles record at No. 6...Recorded singles wins against Cal State Bakersfield, Eastern Washington, and Portland State...Won two singles matches in straight sets...2-0 overall doubles record, 2-0 Big Sky doubles record at No. 3...Teamed with senior Aimee Oki for No. 3 doubles wins against Eastern Washington and Portland State...4-9 in singles and 0-2 in doubles during Fall 2010 play.
2010 (Freshman): 1-3 overall singles record, 1-2 Big Sky singles mark at No. 6...Recorded first collegiate victory with 6-2, 6-2 win at No. 6 singles over Kylea Gleason of Portland State on April 12...0-3 overall doubles record, 0-2 Big Sky doubles mark at No. 1 and 3...Played one match at No. 3 with Malia Wahinepio and two matches at No. 1 with Yumi Hasgawa...Did not compete during Fall 2009 play.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in tennis, basketball, track and field and cross country at Pymble Ladies College…Named most improved tennis player in 2007…Northern Suburbs Tennis Association Under-18 Women’s Singles Runner-up in 2008…Captain of Independent Girls Schools Sports Association (IGSSA) representative basketball team in 2008 and 2009…Ran 800 M and 4x100 M relay for track and field...Placed in the top-15 all four years in 4km and 6km IGSSA cross country competitions.
Personal: Alice Emily Walker was born August 3, 1991 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia…Daughter of Helen and Ross Walker…Twin brothers, Scott and Harry, and one sister, Lotte…Most exciting moment was Australian Cathy Freeman winning gold in the 400 meters in the Sydney Olympics…Chose Northern Arizona because of its unique location…also considered Ball State and Eastern Kentucky.