|Hometown:||North Potomac, Md.|
|High School:||The Holton Arms School|
Amanda brings a wealth of experience as both a setter and opposite to the program. She shows great quickness on defense and has a tough serve. Throughout her first two years, Amanda improved dramatically especially at the setting position where she was able to contribute significantly as a back-up. In 2006, Amanda took over the setting reigns and helped lead the team to the NCAA Sweet 16, garnering several awards along the way.
2007: Gordon College Invitational Tournament MVP...MIT Invitational All-Tournament Team...Tufts Invitational All-Tournament Team...Hall of Fame Tournament MVP...NEWMAC Player of the Week (Oct. 22)...ECAC Division III Women's Volleyball New England Player of the Week (Oct. 24)...NEWMAC Athlete of the Year...NEWMAC All-Conference First Team...NEWMAC Academic All-Conference Team...NEWVA Player of the Year...NEWVA All-New England First Team...AVCA All-New England Team...AVCA New England Player of the Year...CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team...AVCA All-America Third Team...CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team...MIT Most Valuable Player
2006: Gordon College Invitational All-Tournament Team...NEWMAC Player of the Week (Sept. 18)...MIT Invitational All-Tournament MVP...Tufts University Invitational All-Tournament Team...MIT Quad Tournament MVP...Hall of Fame Tournament All-Tournament Team...NEWVA All-New England First Team...NEWMAC All-Conference First Team...AVCA All-New England Team...CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team...AVCA All-America Honorable Mention...NEWMAC Academic All-Conference...Set MIT record for assists in a season with 1,413
2005: NEWMAC Academic All-Conference Team
2004: MIT Most Improved Player
Personal: Majoring in Biological Engineering ... Club Team: Diplomats Volleyball Club ... Past Volleyball Experience: High School Varsity (four years), Washington Diplomats Volleyball Club (one years), MVSA Storm (one year) ... Favorite Teammate to Set: Herself