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Juniors Amanda Corso #14


Junior • 5-3 • Defense Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee Major: Biology/Economics


GENERAL: A fearsome defender with great field vision and defensive awareness.


2010: Played in 15 games, start- ing in every appearance…An All-MAAC First Team selection… Second on Siena with 36 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers…


Had an assist, four ground balls, and five caused turnovers in the season opener against Presbyterian (2/23), earning MAAC Defensive Player of the Week honors in the process… Tallied a season-high six ground balls in Siena’s win over Bryant (3/3).


2009: Started 13 of 16 games…Tallied an assist in the season opener, an 18-11 win at Bryant (3/1)…Had 28 ground balls…Caused 17 turnovers and won three draw controls.


BEFORE SIENA: Lettered three years of varsity lacrosse and soccer for West Genesee…Named Second Team All-League in lacrosse two straight years…Named to the Class AA All- Section III Team in soccer…Named to the CNYCL American First Team in soccer.


PERSONAL: Born May 10, 1990 in Syracuse, N.Y…Daughter of Daniel Blaise and Theresa Corso…Has a twin sister, Lauren, who also plays for Siena and a younger sister, Morgan…Chose Siena for the beautiful atmosphere and good academics…Enjoys biking in her free time.


Amanda Corso’s Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 2009


15 16


Totals 31


15 01 1 13 01 1 28 02 2


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 13


0 13


0-3 0-0 0-3


36 28 64


15 26 3 17 18 43


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