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Amanda Smith

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Las Vegas, Nev.

High School:
Coronado

Height:
6-3

Position:
Center

Major:
Economics & Business and Art

Amanda Smith

2009-10: (As of March 1, 2010) Saw 16 minutes of playing time off the bench vs. St. Peter's (11/13) and chipped in two points and two boards...pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds in win at Monmouth (11/16) to go along with three assists and one steal...netted a season-high six points at Bryant (11/21) on 3-of-8 shooting...matched that with six points vs. Liberty (11/28)...added seven points and four rebounds in 16 minutes of action at Holy Cross (1/9)...pulled down four rebounds in start at American (1/30)...scored a season-high 10 points at Lehigh (2/20) to go along with a career-high four steals and two blocks...played a career-high 34 minutes in OT win vs. Army (2/24) and finished with six points and three boards...pulled down seven boards vs. American (2/27).

2008-09: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...saw action in all 32 games with nine starts...averaged 16 minutes, 3.3 points and 2.6 rebounds per game...recorded six points and four rebounds in season opener at Middle Tennessee State (11/15)...scored nine points against UTPA (11/29)...pulled down a season-high nine rebounds vs. Penn (12/3)...had six rebounds and nine points coming off the bench at La Salle (12/16)...recorded five points at Rutgers (12/19)...totaled nine points against Rice (12/21)...scored 10 points against Navy (1/17)...finished with a career-high 12 points and had four rebounds vs. Navy (2/14)...had seven points and five rebounds against Navy (3/8) in Patriot League Tournament.

2007-08: Made 23 appearances with one start...came off the bench in season opener vs. Monmouth (11/12)...started at Cornell (11/15)...saw a season high 19 minutes of action vs. Mount St. Mary's (11/17)...had four points and one assist at Columbia (11/20)...scored a season-high six points to go along with two rebounds vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (1/8)...came off the bench in wins over League opponents Lehigh (1/26, 2/23) and Colgate (2/13).

2006-07: Came off the bench in 23 games during freshman season...finished season with 26 points and 21 rebounds...saw first action of season against St. Francis (11/12), scoring two points and adding one assist and one rebound...had four points and five rebounds in win over Cornell (11/18)...scored four points in nine minutes of action in win over Lehigh (2/17).

High School: Adds size and depth to the Leopards under the basket as the tallest player on head coach Tammy Smith's roster...garnered Southern Nevada Athlete of the Year honors by Las Vegas sports writers...first team All-Conference and Coronado's Offensive Player of the Year, averaging 14 points and 10 rebounds as a senior captain...set school record in points (1,084), rebounds (784), and blocked shots (171) in her career as a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter...finished first in minutes played and second in free-throw percentage...as a junior, led her team to first-ever state tournament appearance and named second team All-Conference...first female athlete in school history to earn first team All-Conference honors in both basketball and volleyball...Wendy's High School Heisman state finalist and selected by the Nevada Interscholastic Athletic Association as one of the top five female athletes in Southern Nevada...three-year starter in volleyball and first team All-Conference senior year...led her team to state tournament semi-finals sophomore and senior years...named "Players' MVP" over her final two seasons after being named the "Rising Star" as a sophomore...Valedictorian of her class and a member of the National Honor Society...named to the Nevada All-State Academic Team and "A" Honor Roll all four years...earned Girls' Volleyball and Basketball Scholar Athlete of the Year as a senior...first female basketball player from her school to play Division 1-A basketball.

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