Amanda Webb joined the Bison women's soccer coaching staff in the summer of 2011, and she is now in her third season at Bucknell. Among other duties, Webb mentors the Bison goalkeepers, and in 2012 she helped senior Sandita McDermott earn All-Patriot League honors.
A 2008 graduate of Dartmouth College and a three-year starting goalkeeper for the Big Green, Webb came to Bucknell from Brandeis University, where in 2010 she served as an assistant coach for a team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
As a student-athlete at Dartmouth, Webb helped the Big Green achieve a top-20 national ranking while setting the program record for lowest goals-against average. Dartmouth earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament in her sophomore year in 2005.
After graduation, Webb interned in the Student Life Department at The American Farm School in Thessaloniki, Greece. In addition to educating high school and college-aged students about American culture, she was the head coach of the school's men's college soccer team and assisted with the boys' and girls' high school teams. After one academic year in Greece, Webb served as the goalkeeping coach at Division I Northeastern University while completing her master's degree in education at Boston University. In 2009 Northeastern earned the CAA regular-season title and hosted the CAA Championship, and Webb helped goalkeeper Stephanie Gordon earn second-team all-conference honors.
Webb then moved on to Brandeis, where she was the only assistant coach on one of the most successful teams in program history. The Judges finished with a 15-5-1 record and won an NCAA Tournament game for the first time.