2012: Started in all 15 games as one of the Lions premiere defenders...The second team All-Ivy league Honoree posted a program season record 29 caused turnovers, leading the Ivy League for most of the season. The senior surpassed the record of 28 set by Antoinette Allen in 1999....The senior caused a career total 77 turnovers, placing her second all-time, surpassing the 69 caused turnovers by Brynn Wumbrand '01CC. She is only the second player in Columbia history to reach the 70 mark along with Kate Lombard '07CC. Lombard owns the all-time record with 80.
2011: Played in 10 games making seven starts ... sidelined part of the season due to illness ... in season-opener against Monmouth, caused three turnovers and won a draw control and groundball ... scooped up a season-high four groundballs at Brown ... had a pair of caused turnovers and groundballs vs. Cornell ... also had two groundballs and a caused turnover at Princeton.
2010: Named honorable mention All-Ivy League ... started in all 14 contests ... led the team with 25 caused turnovers ... ranked second on the team with 31 ground balls ... recording a season-best five ground balls vs. Yale.
2009: Started all 16 games on defense ... led the Lions with 16 caused turnovers as a first-year ... picked up 19 ground balls, ranking fifth on the team ... had a season-high five caused turnovers and two ground balls in Columbia's 9-6 win against American ... picked up a pair of ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control vs. Dartmouth.
At Stephen’s and St. Agnes: Earned four letters in basketball, and two letters in lacrosse and field hockey ... captained basketball team as a senior ... lacrosse team was ISL Champions and VAIS State Champions in 2007 and 2008 ... two-time ISL Champions in basketball ... played for Capital lacrosse club ... earned dean’s list for each of her four years.
Personal: Majoring in political science with a minor in anthropology ... uncle, John Soutner Jr., played football at Notre Dame ... Amanda Rae Goodhart, b. 10-3-89 in Washington D.C.