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Amelia Heisler

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Westport, Conn.

High School:
Staples

Height:
5-7

Position:
Defense

Major:
Government & Law and History

Amelia  Heisler

02/10/2018

2018 Women's Lacrosse Season Preview

Versatile Leopards look to grow into title contenders this spring

02/21/2017

Rutgers Slips Away from Leopards with Late Run

Leopards hung tough with an opponent that beat them handily a year ago

02/13/2017

Smith Named PL Defensive Player of the Week

Junior led a stellar defensive effort in an 18-3 victory over Longwood on Sunday

02/09/2017

2017 Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Leopards will do “Whatever It Takes” to make a return to the Patriot League Tournament this spring

01/11/2017

Three Leopards to Lead Women’s Lax in 2017

Fisher names captains with season just a month away

04/07/2018

Women's Lacrosse vs Army

April 7, 2018

03/24/2018

Women's Lacrosse vs Boston U

March 24, 2018

02/25/2018

Women's Lacrosse vs Temple

Feb. 25, 2018

04/19/2017

Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Lafayette vs. Lehigh

03/22/2017

Lafayette vs. Villanova

Photos by: Nicole Palmasano

2017: Started all 18 games at defense for the Leopards in her sophomore year...finished in a tie for second on the team with 22 caused turnovers, including multiple CT's in a game six times...registered three takeaways against Bucknell and Holy Cross in victories...was third on the team in ground balls with 37 on the year, including four against Rutgers, Iona and Bucknell...also picked up 10 draw controls.

2016:
Saw action in all 17 games during her freshman campaign, starting 16 of those contests...tallied 15 ground balls and four draw controls, while leading the team in caused turnovers with 17...caused four turnovers on two separate occassions against Temple (2/27) and CCSU (4/4).

At Staples:
Earned US Lacrosse honorable mention All-America status as a junior…named to the MSG Varsity All-Connecticut team in 2014 and 2015…earned First-Team, Second-Team and honorable mention All-FCIAC recognition during her career and First-Team and Second-Team All-CIAC accolades…selected as her team’s Defensive Player of the Year, was an MVP and received the Coaches Award…chosen as a Brine National Girls All-American in 2013…served as team captain during her senior season…also a two-year letterwinner in soccer…Second Honor Roll member.

Personal: Participated in community service trips with Builders Beyond Borders to Nicaragua, Guyana and the Dominican Republic...played club lacrosse for CT Chargers and CT Grizzlies…is the daughter of Matthew and Alison Heisler…her father played football and rugby at Princeton, and her mother played lacrosse at Colgate…has two younger brothers, Thomas and William, and a younger sister, Honor.