Alexus Hicks
Alexus  Hicks


Raleigh, N.C.

High School:
Southeast Raleigh H.S.




Hawks make Aggies sweat, lose late

The Shore will play final two games at home


The Shore looks to extend win streak to 3 at A&T

Hawks have won five of last seven games


Potentially peaking Hawks hope to prey on Eagles

Team has won four of last six


The Shore buries Central behind 55 from N.C. backcourt trio

Team has won five of last seven and heads to A&T State


Survival Name of Game for Hicks

Senior guard adjusted to several shifting tides with grace


Hawk Spotlight: Alexus Hicks

Senior guard Alexus Hicks began her basketball career fighting her older brother for time on the court. Now she's a linchpin in the Hawk lineup.


Women's Basketball Highlights, 1/13/18 at Savannah State

Alexus Hicks sparks a second half comeback as the Hawks down the Tigers 68-56.


Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State, MEAC First Round, 3/6/17

Keyera Eaton returns to provide a spark as the Hawks beat the Eagles 62-59 in the opening round of the 2017 MEAC Tournament. Eastern Shore next faces Hampton in the quarterfinals on Thursday.


Women's Basketball at Delaware State, 2/25/17

Behind an early barrage of threes, the Hawks lead wire-to-wire and hold off a late Hornet charge to win 79-72, their third straight.


Women's Basketball vs. N.C. A&T, 2/20/17

The Hawks lead wire-to-wire and ice it with six free throws in the final minute to beat the Lady Aggies 58-50.


Hawks vs. Mount St. Mary's

Eastern Shore dropped a 66-63 decision to The Mount at home.


Women's Basketball versus Binghamton, Great Alaskan Shootout

The Hawks dropped a 68-51 decision against the Bearcats after digging themselves a 22-7 hole after the first quarter.


Women's Basketball vs. Alaska Anchorage, Great Alaskan Shootout

The Hawks fell to the host Seawolves 69-59 in the final year of the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage, Alaska.


Women's Basketball vs. Wesley (12.16.17)

The Hawks use a 62-8 second half swing to overwhelm Wesley College, 97-30, at the Hytche Center.


Women's Basketball vs. Morgan State (03.02.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Morgan State inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Randy Stadler)

Batchelor on Hicks: "Alexus has a strong love and desire for the game. She has all the skillsets to make an immediate impact for the team."

2016-17: Started 22 contests, including the final 17 games ... Named the Team's MVP after leading the club in total assists (55) and total steals (28) ... Finished seventh in the league in three-point percentage ... produced 10 points and eight boards in the season opener versus Cheyney (11/11/16) ... registered seven rebounds and six points in the road win at UMBC (11/19/16) ... tallied 15 points in the road victory at North Carolina A&T State (01/09/17) ... recorded eight boards and six points in the road victory at Bethune-Cookman (01/21/17) ... filled the stat sheet versus South Carolina State (01/28/17), finished with six points, six assists (career-high) and four rebounds ... had 10 points in the road win at Hampton (02/01/17) ... tallied 14 points in the homecoming victory over North Carolina Central (02/18/17) ... had 15 points in the home win versus North Carolina A&T State (02/20/17) ... finished with 14 points in the road victory at Delaware State (02/25/17) ... posted 11 points and nine boards (career-high) at Howard (02/27/17) ... scored a season-high 18 points against Coppin State (03/06/17) in the MEAC Tournament First Round ... ended her junior campaign with 12 points versus Hampton (03/09/17).

Took part in 28 games with 13 starts ... finished third on the club in three-pointers made (21) and total assists (29) ... led the squad in free-throw percentage (85%) ... made her season debut against Georgetown (11/13/15) and tallied 10 points and six rebounds ... registered 13 points on 3-of-5 shooting from downtown in the home win versus USC-Upstate (11/15/15) ... produced 11 points off the bench in the road win at Delaware State (02/13/16) ... scored five points against Howard (03/07/16) at the MEAC Tournament First Round.

Key contributor in her first season ... named the squad's Most Improved ... took part in 26 contests with six starts ... finished third on the team in three-point percentage (32%) ... named MEAC Player of the Week (D29) ... made her collegiate debut at Georgetown (11/14/14), finishing with three points and three boards in 13 minutes of action ... made her first career start at USC-Upstate (12/13/14), grabbing three rebounds ... shot 3-of-4 from downtown versus American (12/20/14), ending with nine points and two dimes ... had her best performance of the season against UMBC (12/22/14), registering career highs in points (19) and minutes (35) ... had four points and four assists at Morgan State (01/12/15) ... recorded five points and four boards in the road win over Delaware State (02/28/15) ... tallied five points against North Carolina Central in the MEAC Tournament opening round (03/10/15) ... grabbed a season-high five rebounds in the win over Hampton at the MEAC Quarterfinals (03/11/15) ... produced seven points in the victory over Norfolk State at the MEAC Semifinals (03/13/15).

High School/Club:
Guided Southeast H.S. to a 108-9 mark over a four-year span ... In her junior year, she earned multiple awards, including All-Conference, All-State, All-Tournament, and All-District ... Won the Coaches Award during her junior campaign ... an honor roll student and did volunteer work while in high school.

Personal: Nickname is Lex ... Born September 29, 1995 in WakeMed Health & Hospitals in Raleigh, North Carolina ... Has two brothers, Alex and Kwain, and three sisters, Shimeek, Starkisha, and Tyesha ... Major is Criminal Justice ... Plan to have a solid job to begin her career ... Pre-game routine/superstitions are praying and dancing ... Best advice/favorite saying is "Prove these doubters wrong and succeed through adversity" ... Hobbies outside of sports are video games and shopping ... Favorite movie is Love & Basketball ... Personal best sports moment is shooting the game tier against their rival as the game went into triple overtime while having three blackouts ... Most influential person is her grandmother and niece, Skye, as they gave their life to Jesus Christ ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment is passing her grad project ... Personal athletic goals for the season is making it further than last season and winning more games ... Personal athletic goals before graduating is becoming the best point guard in the conference ... Hicks does everything for the people she loves.

Total 3-Point FT Rebounds Scoring
Year GP-S Min/Avg fg-a % fg-a % ft-a % O-D tot avg a blk stl Pts-avg
'14-15 26-6 471/18.1 27-83 .325 15-47 .319 4-5 .800 5-46 51 2.0 31 0 4 73/2.8
'15-16 28-13 515/18.4 38-120 .317 21-70 .300 12-14 .857 14-54 68 2.4 29 1 17 109/3.9
'16-17 26-22 737/28.3 64-213 .300 40-129 .310 30-41 .732 18-106 124 124 4.8 1 28 198/7.6
TOTAL 80-41 1723/21.5 129-416 .310 76-246 .309 46-60 .767 37-206 243 3.0 115 2 49 380-4.8

Career Highs
Points: 19 (vs. UMBC, Dec. 22, 2014)
Rebounds: 9 (at Howard, Feb. 27, 2017)
Assists: 6 (vs. South Carolina State, Jan. 28, 2017)
: 3 (4x, last: vs. North Carolina A&T State, Feb. 20, 2017)
Blocks: 1 (2x, last: at Howard, Feb. 27, 2017)
Minutes: 38 (2x, last: vs. Coppin State, March 6, 2017)

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