Women's Lacrosse


Amelia  Cole
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Amelia Cole


Alexandria, Va.

High School:
Bishop Ireton High School






  • 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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