2013: Lassey finished her sophomore campaign with a .307 average, along with 18 runs, 27 hits, one double, four triples, two home runs, three walks, 10 RBI and three stolen bases. She saw action in 34 of 41 contests.
2012: Lassey was a two-sport athlete her freshman year. As a softball player, she was fourth on the team in batting average (.404) and had 15 runs, seven doubles, 13 RBIs, two walks and nine stolen bases. She started 16 games and saw action in 28 games.
In 17 games on the basketball team, she averaged 4.4 points and 2.5 rebounds. Lassey broke a school record for highest free throw percentage in a single season (95 percent).
Prior to Owens: Lassey was a two-sport athlete at Ida where she excelled in softball and basketball. In softball, she was First Team All-Lenawee County Athletic Assocation, First Team All-Region, Honorable Mention All-State and the team’s defensive player of the year her junior year under coach Dawn Forter. In basketball, she was First Team All-LCAA her sophomore and junior years, Second Team All-LCAA her senior year, All-Region her junior and senior year, Honorable Mention All-State her junior year, and was the team’s coaches award recipient her junior and senior year.
Personal: Alyssa is the daughter of Greg and Julie Lassey. She has a brother, Brent, and a sister, Brooke, who are twins. Her aunt, Kari Arnold (Hathaway), played softball at Henry Ford Community College.