Amanda Barasha
Amanda  Barasha


West Chester, Pa.

High School:
The Hill School



Club Team:
Spirit United Gaels

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2010 (Senior)
Played in four games without allowing a goal ... Was brought in for the end of Wake Forest's final game of the year, a 2-0 loss to UC Irvine in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Saw ACC action against Clemson, playing the final 29:50 of the game ... Played the final 20:50 of Wake Forest's 3-1 win over Florida State in the ACC Championship quarterfinals ...Made her first appearance of the season against Vanderbilt in the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational.

2009 (Junior)
Ranks second in career goals against average at Wake Forest with a 1.03 GAA ... Ranked third in the ACC in goals against average (0.94) and seventh in save percentage (.750) ... Combined for the shutout in regular season opener against High Point, playing the final 24 minutes in goal and not facing a shot ... Earned a combined shutout in victories at Kentucky and against East Carolina ... Played 45 minutes against Kentucky and 19:16 against ECU ... Entered in the second half against Connecticut, allowing one goal and making four saves ... Made first start of the season against Duke, tying a career high with six saves and recording a shutout ... Notched second consecutive clean sheet against Clemson, making one save ... Recorded third straight shutout against Florida State, making three saves ... Stopped three shots and collected fourth straight clean sheet in win at NC State ... Ran consecutive shutout streak to five against Miami, making two saves ... Rebounded with a shutout against Virginia, her sixth clean sheet of the season ... Made a career-high seven saves in 2-1 loss at Boston College ... Combined for the shutout in victories against Kennesaw State and West Virginia ... Notched third straight NCAA Tournament shutout, making three stops in win at South Carolina ... Allowed a career-high five goals and made one save in NCAA Tournament quarterfinal game against North Carolina.

2008 (Sophomore)
Saw time in six games, including four starts ... Allowed six goals in 404:48 minutes, posting a goals against average of 1.33 ... Surrendered only one goal in first four games of the season ... Combined with Laura Morse for a shutout against George Washington (9/5) ... Made a career-high six saves in loss to Texas A&M (9/7) ... Sidelined for much of the season with an injury.

2007 (Freshman)
Made eight starts as freshman, including an ACC start against Florida State (Oct. 25) ... Logged 35 saves in goal ... Top Drawer Soccer college All-Rookie Squad... Recorded three shutouts while in goal, posting a 5-3 record ... Split time with Laura Morse in the net, logging 1043 minutes total ... Opened the season with two complete games against Long Beach (Sept. 5) and Pepperdine (Sept. 2) ... Played 90 minutes in net against UConn in the second round of the NCAA tournament (Nov. 18).

High School/Club
Earned 12 letters at The Hill School, including four each in soccer, lacrosse and basketball ... Two-year selection to the all-conference first team in soccer ... Captain of both the basketball and lacrosse teams ... Ranked as a top 75 recruit by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... Played \club soccer for the Spirit United Gaels under Sean McCafferty ... Gaels were a 2003 and 2006 USYSA National Championship finalist, Region I champions and state champions ... Member of the EPYSA ODP team for four years ... Helped her Eastern Pennsylvania ODP team to the 2006 ODP national championship... member of the U-19 regional pool.

Born October 13, 1988 ... Daughter of Stan and Lori Barasha ... Majoring in communication with a minor in entrepreneurship and social enterprise.

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