The 5-foot-10 senior midfielder led the Hawks to a 15-0-2 record and the Class AA state championship this past season. Coyle scored 29 goals and passed for 15 assists, including two goals and four assists in Bozeman's three-game postseason run to the state title. The Montana Soccer Coaches Association's Player of the Year, she is a two-time First Team All-State honoree and a National Soccer Coaches of Association of America All-Northwest Region selection.
Coyle has maintained a 3.84 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a national letter of intent to play soccer on scholarship at the University of Montana beginning this fall.
The younger sister of Seattle Seahawks linebacker Brock Coyle, she has volunteered locally for a domestic violence center and as part of multiple community-service initiatives through the Bozeman High National Honor Society. Coyle has been a competitive Alpine ski racer since she was in junior high and was a finalist for the US Ski Team that participated in the Youth Olympic Games in 2016. "Alexa is an extremely well-rounded player," said Megan Parish, head coach of Billings Senior High. "She can shoot the ball from deep and can beat players off the dribble. She is difficult to defend because she is such a skilled scorer."