Sophomore Year (2015): Started in all 20 games ... was second on the team in caused turnovers with 14 ... added 14 draws, 18 ground balls, two goals and one assists ... won two draws and picked up a ground ball against Loyola ... collected two ground balls and caused a turnover and won a draw at Georgetown ... won three draws at Dartmouth ... scored her first carer goal at No. 8 Virginia and had one draw ... picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers vs. No. 11 PSU ... earned two ground balls and caused one turnover vs. Harvard .... collected a ground balland caused turnover vs. Cal ... caused two turnovers and won two ground balls vs. Delaware ... won a ground ball at Cornell ... caused a turnover at No. 11 Penn ... had a draw and caused turnover vs. Columbia ... had a ground ball and caused turnover vs. Brown ... tallied an assist with one draw and a ground ball vs. Harvard in the Ivy League semifinal ... scored a goal and had three draws, and a caused turnover vs. Penn in the Ivy final ... had a draw and ground ball vs. Fairfield at NCAAs ... caused two turnovers and had a ground ball vs. Stony Brook at NCAAs ... chipped in a ground ball at Duke in the quarterfinals.
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
Freshman Year (2014): Appeared in 13 games and made 11 starts ... finished third on the team in draws with 23, while adding five caused turnovers and four ground balls ... won three draws against No. 6 Virginia ... won two draws at both USC and SDSU ... caused a turnover at SDSU ... won two draws, two ground ballls and two caused turnovers vs. Cornell ... won two draws vs. No. 2 Maryland and vs. Harvard ... picked up two draws, ground balls and caused turnovers apiece Gvs. No. 10 Penn ... won two draws vs. Dartmouth ... won three draws at No. 8 PSU ... won two draws against No. 11 Virginia in the NCAA second round.
Before Princeton: A three-sport athlete at St. John’s School ... guided her lacrosse team to a 75-18 record during her four years ... team was 21-2 record her senior year ... led the Mavericks in caused turnovers as a sophomore, junior and senior. ... collected 60 goals, 24 assists, 44 draw controls and 27 caused turnovers as a senior captain ... a three-time Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) all-conference selection ... a two-time all-state pick ... helped the team win three SPC championships, three state championships and two city championships ... named the MVP of the city championships in 2012 and team MVP ... a two-time US Lacrosse All-America ... earned national all-academic honors in 2012 ... also lettered in basketball and field hockey ... twice named MVP of the Mavericks basketball team ... plays her club lacrosse with the Texas Rangers.
Personal: Full name is Amanda Grace Leavell … parents are Allen Leavell (Oklahoma City ’79) who played for the Houston Rockets in the NBA from 1979-89 as their 1979 draft pick; and Gwethalyn Brooks (Duke ’83), a banker … has a younger brother Alex.
|Goals||1, 2x MR vs. Penn, 5/3/15|
|Assists||1 vs. Harvard, 5/1/15|
|Points||1, 3x MR vs. Penn, 5/3/15|
|| 3 vs. Penn State, 3/18/15
|DC|| 3, 4x MR vs. Penn, 5/3/15
|| 2, 5x MR at Stony Brook, 5/10/15
|High School:||St. John's School|