2007-08 (Junior) Academic All-ACC ... ACC Honor Roll ... Paradise Jam Tournament MVP ... Earned team's Hustle Award for 2007-08 season ... Played and started in all 30 games ... Was the team leader in minutes (34.7 per game), 3-point percentage (.382) and steals (57) ... Also was a team leader in free throw percentage with a .750 mark (48-64) ... A team leader in rebounds (203) ... Led the team in offensive rebounds (71) ... Had to take over point guard position in February ... Posted the game-high mark in FG percentage, going 7-9 against Longwood (Dec. 30) and 6-8 against Savannah State (Jan. 24) ... Also held the game high mark in free throws with eight against Texas A&M (Nov. 23), going a perfect 8-8 in the contest ... Played all 40 minutes in three back-to-back conference games: Duke (Feb. 10), NC State (Feb. 17) and Miami (Feb. 24) ... Also played 40 minutes against North Carolina (Jan. 31) and Clemson (Feb. 3) ... Totaled 15 points or more in four back-to-back games: Texas A&M (Nov. 23), Wichita State (Nov. 24), Northwestern (Nov. 28) and Rice (Dec. 2) ... Ranked third among ACC athletes in minutes played (1041) and second in minutes during conference contests (517) ... Placed 15th in ACC in the rebounding (203) ... Placed 12th in the league in steals (57) ... Ranked 9th in 3-pointers during conference games (20).
2006-07 (Sophomore) Only Deacon to start all 29 games ... Led the team in minutes with 1,048 ... Averaged 36.1 per game to lead the conference .... Ranked eighth on the all-time minutes played single-season list ... Led team from the charity stripe shooting 45-of-61 for a 73.8 percent clip ... Also led team in shooting percentage from beyond the arc with 36.8 percent (42-of-114 shooting) ... Averaged 11.9 points per game and 7.0 rebounds per game ... Led team in steals (61) and ranked second in blocks (10) ... Tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds vs. Clemson (Jan. 5) for fourth double-double of the regular season ... Recorded a season-high 21 points in loss vs. James Madison (Dec. 21) ... Tallied 13 points to lead team in first round of ACC Tournament vs. Florida State and was one of three players to score in double figures .... Recorded career-highs of three blocks and five steals on two different occasions ... Was the team's top free-throw shooter, connecting on 45-of-61 for an 73.8 percent clip ... Had four 20-or-more scoring efforts ... Named to All-Tournament Team of the Women's Sports Foundation Tournament in Lexington, Ky. ... Earned Academic All-ACC honors ... also was the recipient of the team's Iron Deac award and the Hustle Award.
2005-06 (Freshman) Appeared in all 28 games with 17 starts ... Finished third on the team in steals with 41 ... Also ranked second in blocks (11), fourth in rebounding (4.6 per game), and fifth in scoring (3.8 per game) ... Mercer (Nov. 18) - Made collegiate debut and played 17 minutes, scoring two points and tying for the team-high with three steals ... Miami (Ohio) (Dec. 3) - Played 24 minutes and dished out four assists ...Coppin State (Dec. 17) - Made first career start, scoring eight points and recording a season-high five assists ... Tied for team-high with six rebounds ... Lipscomb (Dec. 19) - Had a season-high 18 rebounds, including seven offensive boards ... Tied career-high with five assists ... NC State (Jan. 7) - Tallied a season-best four steals ... Morgan State (Jan. 11) - Made a season-high four field goals and scored eight points total ... Also pulled down seven rebounds a tied her career-high with four steals ... at Clemson (Jan. 15) - Scored in double figures for the first time, notching 11 points ... Went 4-for-5 from the free throw line and had nine rebounds and four assists ... Virginia Tech (Jan. 19) - Played in a season-high 42 minutes in Wake Forest's overtime win ... Pulled down nine rebounds ... at Georgia Tech (Jan. 22) - Tied her career-high with five assists ... Savannah State (Feb. 21) - Returned to the starting lineup after coming off the bench in three straight games ... Recorded nine rebounds, three assists and three steals ... at Virginia Tech (Feb. 26) - Played 35 minutes and tied her career-high with two blocked shots.
Prior to Wake Forest Played in Villeurbanne, France, during her freshman and sophomore years of high school ... Helped team earn the French National Championship four times ... Also played with the French National Team that earned the European National Championship ... Moved to Winston-Salem for her junior and senior seasons and was the two-time Forsyth Country Day School Player of the Year ... Named the 2004 PACIS Conference Player of the Year ... Also selected to the all-conference team in 2004 ... Named NCISSA All-State in her junior season ... Played the Kings Academy International Tour and was named to the all-tournament team in Palm Beach, Fla. ... Also named to the All-Tournament team at the Cornerstone Christian Classic in San Antonio, Texas ... Played under Ray Quesnel at Forsyth Country Day ... Was the first international student to get recognized as a member of the National Honor Society at Forsyth Country Day.
Personal Major is Communication ... Born Nov. 15, 1985 in Villeurbanne, France ... Full name is Alexandra Genevieve Tchangoue Wensikoua (pronounced win-SEE-kwa) ... Daughter of Sylvain and Annie Tchangoue ... Has two sisters, Cecilia and Olivia ... Selected Wake Forest over Virginia Tech ... Lists winning the European championship as her most memorable moment in athletics.