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Amelia Iacobucci
Amelia  Iacobucci


Malvern, Pa.

High School:
Villa Maria Academy




Huskies Celebrate National Championship Season at Team Banquet

The team also honored its seniors for their dedication to the program.


37 Student-Athletes Earn BIG EAST Academic Honors

Field Hockey and Lacrosse Honored by the BIG EAST


Four Huskies Selected to Compete in U.S. Pipeline

Iacobucci Earns First Chance in USWNT Program


Four Players Invited to USA Field Hockey Camps

Collins, Heistand, Iacobucci and Umstead in USA Pipeline


Four Players to Compete at Young Women's National Championship

Collins, Heistand, Iacobucci and Umstead Chosen to Participate


UCONN vs Penn State

UCONN vs Penn State NCAA Second Round (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Boston Universtity NCAA

UCONN vs Boston Universtity NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Providence

UCONN vs Providence (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Pacific

UCONN vs Pacific (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs Quinnipiac

UConn vs Quinnipiac (photo by Stephen Slade)

  • 2017 All-Mideast Region Second Team
  • 2015 Big East Co-Freshman of the Year

AS A JUNIOR (2017): Tabbed to the All-Region Second Team … started in 22 matches … collected three goals and seven points on the year … picked up a game-winner against Northwestern (Aug. 27) … on three occasions scored a season-best two points against Northwestern, Pacific (Sept. 8) and Providence (Nov. 3).

Started all 24 games…Recorded 18 points on the season, with seven goals and four assists…Scored a pair of goals against Temple in the Big East Tournament semifinals…Netted two goals in a 9-2 win over Dartmouth on Oct. 9…Solid offensive and defensive contributor, playing both sides of the ball with intensity.

AS A FRESHMAN (2015): Had eight starts but appeared in all 23 games...Selected as the Big East Co-Freshman of the Year...Was the top goal-scoring freshman in the Big East with 10 goals...Added two goals against Providence (10/23)...Earned her first career Big East honor as Rookie of the Week (10/19)...Had a goal against Boston University (10/18)...Posted the game-winner against ODU (10/17)...Tallied a goal against Yale (10/4) and Lafayette (9/20)…Added an assist in wins over California (9/27) and New Hampshire (9/11)…Recorded her first career hat trick for six points in 9-1 win over Columbia (9/6)…Scored her first collegiate goal versus Northeastern (8/29)…Made her first appearance as a Husky in season opener against #10 Northwestern (8/28).

High School: Played four years at Villa Maria Academy for head coach Daan Polders…Honored as a NFHCA All-American, NFHCA All-Region, PFHCA All-State and Philadelphia Inquirer All-Area first teams during her senior year…Named a 2014 NFHCA Academic All-American…As a junior, selected to the NFHCA All-Region, PFHCA All-State, and Philadelphia Inquirer All-Area second teams…Daily Local All-Area and All-Main Line first teams in 2013 and 2014…Mentioned in Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd in 2013…During her sophomore year, received PFHCA All-State and All-Main Line second team honors...Catholic Academy All-Star three years straight…Helped her team to District 1 AA and Catholic Academies Championships and in 2011, 2012 and 2014…Her team was the runner up in the PIAA AA State Championship in 2011 and 2012 before claiming the state championship in 2014…Member of the WC Eagles club team…Led the WC Eagles to the 2015 U-19 Pool and U-19 NCC championships...In 2014, team claimed the U-19 NCC, U-19 NIT19 Pool and Disney U-19 championships…As a junior, helped the Eagles to Festival Pool, NIT U-19 Pool and NCC U-16 championships…Team won the Festival Pool, Disney U-16 and U-16 NIT Pool championships in 2012...Lettered three years in Lacrosse…Named an Academic All-American, made the All-Main Line first team and aided her team in winning Catholic Academy Championship.

Personal: Amelia Iacobucci…Parents Stephen and Andrea Iacobucci…Two sisters, Annina (16) and Adele (14)…Born February 11, 1997...Management and engineering for manufacturing major.