2018 (Houston Dynamo): Made in 21 appearances, including 20 starts, scored one goal and added two assists … recorded 1,662 minutes played, his most minutes played since 2014 … made two U.S. Open Cup appearances as Houston captured its first-ever Open Cup title … started and played 90 minutes in Round of 16 match against Minnesota United FC … logged 14 minutes as a second-half substitute in Quarterfinal match against Sporting Kansas City … made season debut, tallied an assist and played 90 minutes in 4-0 win against Atlanta (March 3) … registered an assist for a second-consecutive match against Vancouver (March 10) … recorded lone goal of the season against Toronto (April 21).
2017 (Houston Dynamo): Made 12 appearances, including 11 starts, added one assist … made five appearances, including four starts, in the MLS Cup Playoffs … made postseason debut and played 30 minutes as a second-half substitute in Houston’s Western Conference Knockout Round match against Sporting Kansas City … started and played 90 minutes in each of Houston’s Western Conference Semifinal matches against Portland … tallied an assist in Western Conference Semifinal second-leg match at Houston … started each of Houston’s Western Conference Final matches against Seattle … logged a combined 117 minutes played over both contests … made season debut and played 86 minutes in season-opener against Seattle (March 4) … began a stretch of six consecutive starts against the New York Red Bulls (April 1) … made lone assist of the season against San Jose (April 22) … suffered a knee injury against Orlando City and was forced to miss the next 14 matches (May 6) … returned from injury and played 38 minutes as a second-half substitute at New York City (Sept. 23).
2016 (Montreal Impact/Houston Dynamo): Made a combined 22 appearances, including 15 starts, with the Impact and the Dynamo … tallied one assist … made two Canadian Championship appearances … made season debut and tallied 90 minutes played in Montreal’s season-opening match at Vancouver (March 6) … started each of Montreal’s first seven matches … recorded an assist in home opener against New York Red Bulls (March 12) … after missing six consecutive matches, returned the starting lineup at Columbus (June 18) … was traded from Montreal to Houston on July 22 … made Dynamo debut as a second-half substitute against San Jose (July 31) … made first start with the Dynamo against FC Dallas (Aug. 27).
2015 (Montreal Impact): Made 20 appearances, including 10 starts … made three Canadian Championship appearances … made Impact debut as a second-half substitute in season opener at D.C. United (March 7) … made an appearance in first 11 matches of the season … made first start as an Impact player and logged 84 minutes played at New England (March 21) … suffered a hip injury against NYCFC and was forced to miss the next seven matches (June 13) … returned to the pitch in a substitute appearance at NYCFC (Aug. 1).
2014 (New York Red Bulls): Appeared in all 34 regular-season matches, including 30 starts, scored two goals and added a single-season high nine assists … made at least 30 appearances and 30 starts for a second consecutive season … played a career-high 2,641 minutes … started all five of New York’s MLS Cup Playoffs matches … recorded 65 minutes played in Eastern Conference Knockout Round against Sporting Kansas City … logged a combined 155 minutes played over both legs of the Eastern Conference Semifinal against D.C. United … played a combined 165 minutes played over both legs of the Eastern Conference Final against New England … started and played 89 minutes in the Fourth Round of the U.S. Open Cup at the New York Cosmos … made season debut and played 84 minutes season opener at Vancouver (March 8) … recorded first assist of the season against Chivas USA (March 30) … recorded a pair of assists, including the game-winning assist, against Philadelphia (April 16) … tallied fourth assist of the season against Chicago (May 10) … scored first goal of the year at New England (June 8) … added an assist at Houston (July 4) … recorded a goal and an assist against Columbus (July 12) … tallied seventh assist of season against New England (Aug. 2) … recorded another assist against Montreal (Aug. 23) … added final assist of the season in season finale at Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 26).
2013 (New York Red Bulls): Appeared in all 34 regular-season matches, including 30 starts, scored a single-season high four goals and added two assists … appeared in every regular-season match for the first time in his career … logged over 2,500 minutes played for the first time in his career … made two MLS Cup Playoffs appearances, scored one goal … played a combined 127 minutes in both legs of New York’s Eastern Conference Semifinal matchup with Houston … scored New York’s second goal in the first leg of the series … made two U.S. Open Cup appearances … made New York Red Bulls debut as a second-half stoppage time substitute in season opener at Portland (March 3) … scored first goal of the season at San Jose (March 10) … recorded first assist as a New York Red Bulls player against New England (April 20) … tallied the game-winning assist against Houston (June 30) … scored the game-winning goal against Montreal (July 13) … registered third goal of the season at Houston (Sept. 8) … scored in the regular-season finale against Chicago (Oct. 27).
2012 (Portland Timbers): Made 24 appearances, including 14 starts, added six assists … made one U.S. Open Cup appearance … started and played 65 minutes in third-round match against Cal FC … made season debut in season-opening match against Philadelphia (March 12) … began a stretch of 18 appearances through the first 21 regular-season matches … registered a pair of assists against Real Salt Lake (March 31) … recorded third assist of the season at LA (April 14) … tallied fourth assist in a single-season for the first time against LA (July 14) … picked up an additional assist at Toronto (Aug. 15) … recorded sixth and final assist of the season against Vancouver (Aug. 25).
2011 (FC Dallas/Portland Timbers): Made a combined 28 appearances, including 19 starts, with FC Dallas and the Portland Timbers … made 22 appearances, including 16 starts, with FC Dallas … made three CONCACAF Champions League appearances with FC Dallas … made two U.S. Open Cup appearances with FC Dallas and recorded an assist … made season debut in season opener against Chicago (March 20) … began a stretch of 22 appearances in 24 matches … was traded from Dallas to Portland on Aug. 19 … made six appearances, including three starts, with Portland … made Timbers debut against Chivas USA (Aug. 24) … made first start as a Timbers player at New York Red Bulls (Sept. 24).
2010 (FC Dallas): Made 17 appearances, including 12 starts, scored two goals and added three assists in rookie season … made two MLS Cup Playoffs appearances … made professional debut against Houston (March 27) … made appearances in three of Dallas’ first 15 matches … made second appearance against New York Red Bulls (April 17) … appeared as a second-half substitute against San Jose (June 6) … logged 45 minutes played in a substitute appearance at Toronto (July 24) … began a stretch of 14 appearances over the final 15 regular-season matches … tallied first professional goal and first professional assist at D.C. United (Aug. 14) … notched a goal and an assist for a second time against New York Red Bulls (Sept. 16) … tallied an assist in final match of the regular season at LA (Oct. 24).
International (United States): Has made two career appearances senior national team appearances with the United States Men’s National Team … made international debut as a second-half substitute in international friendly against Chile on Jan. 22, 2011 … logged eight minutes played in international friendly against South Korea on Feb. 1, 2014.
College (Indiana): Played a total of 91 career games with Indiana University, including 80 starts, recording 12 goals and 13 assists. He was selected twice to the All-Big Ten second team, and once to the All-Big Ten first team. He was a unanimous pick for the Big Ten All-Freshman Team in 2006. Alexander was also a standout in the classroom as a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection.
Personal: Born April 14, 1988 in Portage, Michigan.