Women's Lacrosse


Amelia  Cole
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Amelia Cole


Alexandria, Va.

High School:
Bishop Ireton High School





Career Highs:

  • Saves: 5, at Cincinnati (4/7/18)
  • Save Percentage: .800 [4/5], vs. Butler (3/31/18)
  • Ground Balls: 1, vs. Butler (3/31/18)
  • Goals Allowed: 1, vs. Butler (3/31/18)


  • Appeared in three games, playing 51:49 in net for the Pioneers... Allowed four goals while making nine saves on 22 shots faced for a save percentage of .692 and a goals-against-average of 4.63...Made four saves against Butler and five at Cincinnati... Recorded her first collegiate save on March 31 against Butler.


  • Named to the 2016 and 2017 US Lacrosse All-American Team...Led the Cardinals to the 2014, 2015 and 2017 VISAA State Championships and the 2014, 2016 and 2017 WCAC Conference Championships...Was a 2016 and 2017 WCAC First Team All-Conference member...Earned 2016 and 2017 Washington Post Second Team All-Metro...Was a 2016 VISAA Second Team All-State member...Was a 2017 VISAA First Team All-State member...Member of the 2015 and 2016 Women’s National Tournament DC Metro 1 Team...Named to the 2015 and 2016 FCA National High School Teams...Named to the 2015 Under Armour Underclass All-American Team...2014 Northstar Invitational Lacrosse Showcase—Championship Team Norway MVP & Named to ILWomen.com’s “Players That Impressed” List (Lake Placid, NY)...2015 Brine All-American—Team Virginia...2015 Team HLA—U18 International Lacrosse Festival—Championship Team (Edinburgh, Scotland)... 2017 Team Crush 17—ILWomen.com Committed Academy (Goucher College—Towson, MD)... 2017 Team HLA—Vail Shootout U19 Gold Division—Championship Team (Vail, CO)... Played 82 games with 79 ground balls, 25 caused turnovers, one assist and one draw control... Holds Bishop Ireton HS program records of 496 career saves, 1,044 career shots on goal, 179 single-season saves, 392 single-season shots on goals, and 33 single-game shots on goal.


  • Born Jan. 26, 1999 in Alexandria, Va... Daughter of Grant and Susan... Has one sister, Olivia... Intends to major in hospitality and minor in business... Chose DU because the hospitality school is rated one of the best in the country, and playing lacrosse for the Pioneers is also rated one of the best... Is looking forward to getting to know people from around the world... Goal during her time at DU is to be the best teammate she can be and to win a BIG EAST Championship... Hopes to eventually find a job in a city that she loves... Pregame superstitions include having her showlaces tied tight... Involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes... Most memorable lacrosse moment to date was winning the Conference and Virginia (VISAA) Championships in 2014 and 2017... Most memorable non-lacrosse moment was graduating from high school. 



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