5 - Amie Biros
Amie Biros
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bethesda, MD
High School: Walt Whitman
Position: A/M
A deceptive and determined attacker, Biros has the competitive edge ... She is a hard worker in every aspect of the game ... A two-time All-Ivy selection, Biros earned Second Team honors last year along with Second Team IWLCA Northeast Regional All-American recognition ... 2006: The Bears' leading scorer with 39 points, Biros also led the team in goals (29) and assists (10), starting 15 of the 16 games ... Won a team-high 34 draw controls ... Also had 20 ground balls ... Scored a season-high five goals and also added an assist against New Hampshire ... Had six points (4g, 2a), including the game-winning goal, in the Bears' season-opening 14-4 win over Sacred Heart ... Tallied her second game-winning goal of the season in overtime to lift Brown past Holy Cross (12-11) ... Scored at least one goal in first nine games of the season ... 2005: Named to the U.S. Developmental Team at the conclusion of the Bears' season ... Started all 15 games for the Bears, finishing as the team's leading scorer with 35 points (27g, 8a) ... Shared the team lead in goals, and led Brown with eight assists ... Also picked up 30 ground balls, tied for fourth on the team, and earned 29 draw controls, second on the team ... Played her best during the Ivy season with 18 goals, seven assists, and 25 points in Ivy games, ranking fifth in goals, fifth in assists, and third in points in League games only ... Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week after a four-goal, one-assist performance, including the game-winning goal, in Brown's 12-11 win over Columbia ... Had 10 multiple-goal games on the season, including three games with more than three goals ... 2004: Played in 13 of Brown's 15 games, while earning one start ... Led all rookies in scoring with 13 points (11g, 2a) ... Finished 4-8 on free position shots ... Added nine ground balls, seven draw controls, and one caused turnover ... Scored two goals in her first career game, an overtime win over New Hampshire ... Had two more multiple goal games, a win over Holy Cross, and against Penn ... Before Brown: A four-sport athlete at Walt Whitman High School, Amie also played basketball for three years, soccer for four years, and ran indoor track for one year ...Captain of the lacrosse team as a senior ...Led her team to the Regional Championships four years in a row...Three-time All-County selection... Honorable Mention All-American junior year... First Team All-American as a senior ... Named All-Journal Player of the Year and All-County Player of the Year as a senior ... Also named First Team All-Metropolitan by the Washington Post as a senior ... Averaged 5.5 goals and scored 74 during her junior season ...Earned 12 varsity letters in her high school career... Personal: The daughter of Mark and Camille Biros, Amie has one brother, Jason... Concentrating in Business Economics and Anthropology.