“The game of lacrosse has helped shape me to become the young woman that I am today. It has provided me with life lessons such as perseverance and hard work. I look to use my personal experiences to help mold young athletes and develop an environment where they can reach their goals. I am honored to join the Trilogy Lacrosse team in order to continue to pave the way towards creating a unique lacrosse experience for current and future players.”
Amanda grew up in Yorktown Heights, NY, a small town located in Westchester County, where the game of lacrosse has been embedded into the community for decades. When she moved to Yorktown at a young age she immediately fell in love with the game. At Yorktown, Amanda received All-America honors, was a 4-Time Sectional Champion, and a State Champion. After a stand-out career at Yorktown, Amanda went on to play at Rutgers University. As a member of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team she played a key-role in the mid-field. Amanda graduated in 2014 where she earned a Bachelor of Art in Sport Management and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. After her time at Rutgers, Amanda served as the Assistant Coach at Manhattan College for two-years. She has also worked with numerous club programs across the east coast and has coached at the youth level for over eight years.
- · Rutgers Women's Lacrosse Team Captain ('14)
- · Two-Time Rutgers Mid-Fielder of the Year Recipient ('13, '14)
- · Rutgers University Genna Camiolo Recipient ('12)
- · Award presented annually to the player who has "best defined perseverance and a positive team-first attitude"