Tri-captain. 2005: Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II University Division Volleyball first team ... saw action in all 31 matches and 113 of 114 games ... tallied 189 kills and 67 total blocks ... tied for team lead in hitting percentage (.239) with Sarah Groman and ranked third in total blocks ... set a new career high with 13 kills at Colgate and hit .385 in that match with five blocks ... had 12 kills and hit .417 against Canisius ... logged seven kills without an error at San Francisco for a .700 hitting percentage ... posted four or more blocks on seven occasions.
2004: Appeared in all 27 matches and 100 of a possible 103 games ... fourth on squad with 143 kills ... led team in blocks with 61 (16 solo) ... had a season-high 12 kills and hit .455 vs. Princeton ... also had 11 against Colgate and 10 against Lafayette ... posted personal-best eight blocks at Lafayette and had four or more blocks six times.
2003: Played in 26 games (15 matches) in rookie campaign ... totaled 19 kills, nine blocks and three aces ... had three kills and five blocks against Stony Brook ... season-high five kills in 11 attempts against Holy Cross.
Personal: Daughter of George and Pam Grossmann ... born Dec. 4, 1984 ... lettered four times each in volleyball and track & field at Parkland High School in Allentown, Pa. ... three-year starter at middle blocker ... member of National Honor Society, student council, Spanish Club and LVIAC Student Forum ... majoring in elementary education ... Dean's List student and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member.
According to Opalski: "Amanda is one of our most complete offensive weapons. Her speed and quickness only complements her verticality. In addition, a semester abroad has made her a more versatile player who can attack the ball from any position in the front line."