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Amanda Magadan


Randolph, N.J.

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Amanda  Magadan


Magadan Named to U.S. World League Travel Roster

Former Lafayette field hockey standout to compete in South Africa from July 8-23


2017 Athletic Season Capped off at PARDees

Arnold, Houck, Magadan and Lindner receive honors at annual awards show


Three Women Up for Charles L. Albert '08 Award

Davis, Magadan and Wilhelmsen finalists for most outstanding athlete


Oaks Leadership Academy Names 2017 Leaders of Distinction


Four Leopards Honored with LVAIAW Awards

Magadan, Wilhelmsen, Davis, Conrad take home Lehigh Valley laurels


Lafayette vs. James Madison

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Boston University

Photo by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Fairfield

Photos by Rick Smith


Amanda Magadan at Pan American Junior Championship

Photos by Sean Morrison


Lafayette vs. Yale

Photos by Rick Smith

2016: Tabbed Third-Team All-American … unanimous First-Team All-Patriot League selection … received Patriot League Academic All-League Team honors … earned preseason All-Patriot League Team laurels … one of six Lafayette players to start in all 18 games … paced the Leopards with a team-high eight goals, 18 points and 30 shots on goal … tallied a goal in three straight games against Towson (9/16), Hofstra (9/19) and No. 9 Boston U. (9/23) … scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory against Longwood (9/4) … had a goal and an assist in the 4-0 win over Colgate (10/1) … responsible for the first goal of the game in the 2-1 penalty shootout win over Boston U. … found the back of the cage once against No. 20 American (10/15) … caged the Leopards’ lone penalty shot of the season and dished out an assist in a 2-0 victory over Towson.

Was a unanimous First-Team All-Patriot League selection after leading Lafayette in goals (10), points (25), shots (68) and shots on goal (39)…her 3.58 shots per game were tops in the conference…made starts in all 19 games…scored the game-winning goal in a season-opening 3-2 win over Ball State (3-2)…added a goal and an assist in the next two contests against Siena (9/1) and Longwood (9/4)…the assist against Longwood came on a deflected overtime game-winner for Ami Turner…opened the scoring in a 2-1 win over Quinnipiac (9/13), picking up her second game-winning goal of the season…notched four shots and Lafayette’s lone goal at conference champions Boston U. (9/19)…tallied second-career defensive save at No. 1 UConn (9/20)…registered an assist against nationally-ranked Albany (9/25), and followed that game with goals in back-to-back road games against Drexel (9/28) and Lehigh (10/3)…picked up an assist in a big 3-1 win over defending regular season champions Bucknell (10/10)…had goals in back-to-back games against Holy Cross (10/24) and Temple (10/25)…ended fall with a season-high seven shots along with a goal and an assist in the Patriot League semifinal against American (11/6)…had at least one point in 12 of 19 games on the season.

Started in all 17 games...All-Patriot League Second Team selection...Named Offensive Player of the Week for the first week of September, after scoring two goals in the season-opening win over No.13 Boston College (8/30)...Scored two more goals and had an assist at Monmouth (9/5)...Tallied a goal against Penn (9/24)...Scored agoal in the 5-1 win over rival Lehigh (10/25).

2013: Played in all 18 games including 11 starts...made her first career start on Sept. 1 on College Hill against #13 Iowa, recording one shot...recorded a defensive save against #20 Drexel on Oct. 17.

AT RANDOLPH: Magadan was a four-year letterwinner and starter at Randolph High School. She was a captain her senior season and named team MVP. Magadan scored 46 goals and had 21 assists in her career. She broke Randolph's school record with 31 goals and 11 assists her senior season. She was named to the All-NJAC Coaches Association First Team in 2012 and led Morris County in goals her senior season, while being named First Team All-County, All-Conference and All-Daily Record. Magadan was also a four-year letterwinner in softball in which she was named NJAC First Team All-Conference in 2012. Magadan was a member of the National Honor Society and was named to the Softball 2012 NJAC All-Academic Team.