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#16 Amanda Bird
Position: Back
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
City/State: Vancouver, B.C.
High School: Carson Graham

At Princeton:

2012: Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... All-Region Second Team ... started all 22 games ... scored six goals and dished two assists for 14 points ... notched two game-winning goals ... had a defensive save ... was a perfect 1-for-1 in penalty strokes ... had a defensive save in 2-1 victory over Richmond on Spet. 9 ... scored first goal of the year in 10-2 win over Delaware on Sept. 16 ... had a goal at Yale on Sept. 22 ... had a goal in 6-0 win over Brown on Oct. 13 ... notched a goal in 7-0 win over Harvard on Oct. 20 ... dished first assist of the year in NCAA Play-In Game vs. then-No. 13 Lafayette on Nov. 6 ... scored game-winner at NCAA First Round vs. then-No. 15 Drexel on Nov. 10 ... served up an assist in NCAA Quarterfinals in 5-2 comeback win over then-No. 7 Virginia on Nov. 11 ... scored game-winner off penalty stroke in NCAA National Championship game over then-No. 1 North Carolina on Nov. 18.

2011: 2011 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Second Team selection and All-Region First Team honoree ... First-Team All-Ivy ... tied for second top scorer on squad with nine goals ... tallied a pair of game-winners ... had three assists ... tallied 21 points

2010: Appeared in all 19 games, starting 14, including the last 13 … named a second-team All-Ivy in her rookie season … scored two goals and added three assists for seven points on nine shots … made her college debut in a win over Bucknell … had an assist in a win at Richmond … scored her first collegiate goal in a win over Dartmouth … added an assist in a win over Harvard … scored a goal and added an assist in Princeton's win over Penn to secure a perfect league season.

Before Princeton:
Was a first-team Premier League all-star as a junior and senior at Carson Graham, winning the Bridgeman Cup and finishing third at Provincials in her senior season ... team was the North Shore AAA champion ... won school's field hockey and soccer awards in Grades 9, 10 and 11 ... played on the British Columbia provincial A U-18 team the past two seasons, finishing fourth at Canadian Senior Nationals and first in the Canada Cup.

Personal:
full name is Amanda Nadine Bird ... birthday is Oct. 20 ... daughter of Don and Nadine Bird ... has a younger sister Rachel.

Career Stats:

Year GP G A Pts Sh SOG GW PS-ATT
2010 19
2
3
7
9
5
0 0-0
2011 18 9 3 21 52 25 2 0-0
2012 22 6 2 14 16 11 2 1-1
Total 59 17 8 28 61 30 2 1-1

Career Highs:

Goals: 1 (2x) - Most Recent; Nov. 5, 2010 vs. Penn
Assists: 1 (3x) - Most Recent; Nov. 5, 2010 vs. Penn
Points: 3 - Most Recent; Nov. 5, 2010 vs. Penn (1G, 1A)
Shots: 2 - Sept. 17, 2010 vs. Dartmouth

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