As a Junior in 2009: Played and started in all but one match for Maryland in the midfield in 2009...tallied three goals in wins versus Duke (2/28) and Johns Hopkins (4/14)...registered a total of nine multi-goal outings...scored game-winners against Richmond (2/15) and Virginia (3/6)...tallied 22 draw controls, including a season-high four against Boston College (3/21)...picked up 16 groundballs on the year and caused 10 turnovers...one of three Maryland captains...had two draw controls and one caused turnover in Maryland's NCAA semifinal match against North Carolina.
As a Sophomore in 2008: Played in 20 games, starting in 19 in the Maryland midfield...netted 18 goals and dished out three assists...had a six-game scoring streak early in the season which included a pair of two goal games against Richmond (3/12) and #17 Dartmouth (3/17)...also had multi-goal games against Penn State (4/4) and Virginia Tech (4/19).
As a Freshman in 2007: Appeared in 17 games and started one ... recorded 10 goals and three assists while picking up seven draw controls and six ground balls ... one goal and an assist at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... two goals against Ohio State (4/6) ... one goal in consecutive games against Brown (3/10) and at Richmond (3/7) ... one goal and two draw controls against Boston College (2/24) ... established career highs with four goals, two assists, six points, and three draw controls in the season-opener at UMBC (2/19).
Prep: Team's leading scorer in each of her three seasons at Chesapeake High ... Capitol Gazette Athlete of the Year as a junior ... also earned high school All-America honors ... second team All-Met ... two-time all-county honoree ... played club for CCLax ... earned all-county recognition in soccer and basketball.
Personal: Amanda Rae Spinnenweber was born April 17, 1988 ... is the daughter of Anne and John Spinnenweber ... has three brothers, John, Stephen, and Andrew, and a sister, Lynnea ... lists parents as the people she admires most ... majoring in family science ... chose Maryland over Northwestern, Notre Dame, Penn State, North Carolina, and Brown.