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14 Amanda Jones
2013: Named to the All-Conference USA Second Team … Selected to the All-Conference USA Tournament Team … Earned a spot on the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week for Aug. 27 … Picked as the Oct. 7 Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week … Received a TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week Honorable Mention nod for that week … Chosen as the 49ers’ Preseason Player to Watch list by Conference USA … Selected to the All-North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association’s First Team … One of only two players to start all 20 matches … Paced the squad with 10 goals, 23 points, 57 shots, 31 shots on goal and four game-winning goals, establishing career highs in all categories … Her 10 scores place her in a tie for ninth on the school’s single-season list and are the most by a 49er since 2010 … Also moved into the program’s single-season lists for game-winning goals (tie for fifth) and shots (tie for 10th) … Registered the seventh-latest goal in school history, at the 107:56 mark, in the opener against Liberty (Aug. 23) … Netted goals in three-consecutive matches late in the year, against Florida Atlantic (Oct. 27) in the home finale, at Old Dominion (Oct. 31) in the final regular-season contest and two versus Marshall (Nov. 6) in the Conference USA Championships quarterfinal … Her two scores versus the Thundering Herd equal program marks for single-game C-USA Tournament and single C-USA Tournament … Became only the fourth player in school history, and first since 1999, to post multiple goals in a Conference USA Championships match and in one tournament year … Credited with assists against College of Charleston (Sept. 20), against Middle Tennessee (Oct. 6) and on the game-winning goal in the regular-season meeting with Marshall (Oct. 25) … Fired a career-best eight shots against UAB (Oct. 18), placing one-half on net ... Posted a seven-shot performance against Middle Tennessee … Launched six shots against Liberty and against Florida Atlantic … Finished with at least one attempt in 17 of the 20 games, including 12 multi-shot outings.

2012: Received All-Atlantic 10 Second Team honors … Listed among the Top 20 players in the Atlantic 10 by TopDrawerSoccer.com on its Postseason (No. 15), Midseason (No. 16) and Preseason (No. 19) charts … One of just three players to start all 20 matches … Led the squad with seven goals, 19 points, 48 shots and 21 shots on goal … Shared the team lead with five assists … Tallied her lone game-winning goal in the Atlantic 10 opener against VCU (Sept. 28) … Netted both Niners scores against the Rams for her only multi-goal match of the year … Opened the season with the team’s first score at College of Charleston (Aug. 18) … Added goals in league play at George Washington (Oct. 6) and at Fordham (Oct. 12) with an assist against each for a pair of three-point efforts … Posted non-conference scores against North Florida (Sept. 7) and Francis Marion (Sept. 25) … Contributed assists on team’s lone goals against Clemson (Sept. 9) and in overtime at James Madison (Sept. 16) … Closed non-conference slate with an assist against Francis Marion for another three-point outing … Registered a season-high seven shots against VCU … Notched at least one shot in all but two contests … All four of her attempts at Fordham were on goal … Contributed other four-shot matches in the home opener against Western Carolina (Aug. 24) and against Davidson (Sept. 13).

2011: Earned a spot on the All-Atlantic 10 Rookie Team … Selected as the Atlantic 10 co-Rookie of the Week for Sept. 26 … Received the nod after a three-point effort with a goal and assist against High Point (Sept. 23) … Played in 16 matches with eight starts, including six consecutive from at Tennessee (Sept. 9) through league opener at Saint Louis (Oct. 1) … Tallied first career goal, which proved to be the game winner, against UNC Wilmington (Sept. 3) … Added a score in a tie at Davidson (Sept. 18) … Posted two of her three assists against conference opponents … Contributed helpers against Fordham (Oct. 23) and in the regular-season finale at Dayton (Oct. 30) … Placed third on the squad with 30 shots, 12 of which were on goal … Recorded a season-best six attempts at Davidson … Opened her home career with five shots against FGCU (Aug. 26) … Chipped in with four attempts against UNC Wilmington.

High School:
Named to the All-Bergen County First Team two times … Collected three all-league honors during her career … Scored 46 goals to go along with 29 assists for 121 points in her career … Selected twice as the MVP and Athlete of the Year … Member of the Super Y ODP national team two times … Ranked in the Top 12 leading scorers in the 2009 US Youth Soccer National League.

Personal: Born March 26, 1993 … Daughter of Jon and Gretchen Kulhman and Jeff Jones and Kim Clark … Majoring in art.
Position: Midfielder/Forward
Height: 5'5"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Mahwah, N.J.
High School: Saddle River Day School
Club: Montclair Thunderbolts
Experience: 1 Letter
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