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#12 Amanda Stacevicz
Position: Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cedar Grove, N.J.
High School: Mt. St. Dominic Academy
Experience: 3 Letters

At Delaware: Three-year letterwinner and standout • All-Colonial Athletic Association candidate and a dual threat as one of team's top pitchers and hitters • serving as team captain for the third consecutive year • fully recovered from a shoulder injury that forced her to miss the 2012 season • expected to hit in the middle of the order and anchor the pitching staff • enters her senior season ranked third in UD history with 305 strikeouts, fourth with five saves, sixth with 93 appearances, sixth with 11 shutouts, tied for eighth with 38 complete games, ninth with 436.1 innings pitched, and tied for ninth with 32 wins • career .260 hitter at the plate who is tied for 11th in school history with six home runs.

2012 Season: Sat out the year with a shoulder injury.

2011 Season: Named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association second team as a designated player/pitcher for the second consecutive season • earned the team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player Award • went 11-9 with a 3.27 ERA while making 35 appearances in the circle, the fourth most appearances in a UD single season • earned a pair of saves while throwing 137 innings on the season • also served as the Blue Hens’ cleanup hitter, batting .258 while ranking second on the team with 31 RBI, eight doubles and three home runs • was fourth on the squad with 41 hits and 18 runs scored • allowed one run in 4.2 innings to earn her first victory of the season over Hampton (3/1) • fired 3.2 scoreless frames to pick up a non-league win over Towson (3/5) • tossed four scoreless innings while earning a victory against James Madison (4/9) • picked up a pair of wins over UNC Wilmington (4/22-23) • gave up two runs in six innings while recording a victory at Drexel (4/30) • won five consecutive decisions from April 6 through April 30 • led the Blue Hens with 14 multi-hit games and was tied for second with five multi-RBI contests • went 2 for 3 with homer during a victory over Towson (3/5) • finished 2 for 3 with two RBI and a homer versus Marist (3/12) • went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI against Villanova (3/29) • added two-hit games against CAA opponents James Madison (4/9), Drexel (4/30) and Towson (5/7) • drilled a three-run homer during a victory over the Dragons (4/30) • named to Radford Invitational All-Tournament Team • selected National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on April 11.

2010 Season: Northeast All-Region and All-CAA second team selection • named UD Alumni Association Team MVP • finished 11-13 with a 3.20 earned run average in the circle • fired six shutouts, the sixth most in a UD single season • also ranked sixth with 33 appearances and tied for sixth with 137 strikeouts • ranked third in the CAA in strikeouts and 10th in ERA • batted .273 at the plate, the third highest average on the team • tied for third on the Blue Hens with 38 hits, fourth with 18 runs scored, and fifth with 14 RBI • hurled consecutive shutouts against Temple (3/17) and Georgetown (3/19) • struck out 11 batters during a four-hit shutout of Delaware State (3/24) • blanked Norfolk State on just one hit and came within one out of a no-hitter (4/14) • fired a three-hit shutout while striking out a career-high 12 batters against UNC Wilmington in the opener and threw 1.2 innings of scoreless relief to earn the save during the nightcap (4/17) • selected CAA Pitcher of the Week two days later following her performance against the Seahawks • posted a five-hit shutout during a 1-0 win at Towson (5/1) • tied for second on the team with 12 multi-hit games • went 3 for 5 with three runs scored and two RBI in the 14-4 win at James Madison (4/2) • was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two RBI during the 11-2 triumph over Lehigh (3/19) • posted two hits and two RBI against UMBC (3/9) • named to UMBC Spring Classic All-Tournament Team.

2009 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team selection • went 10-9 with a 2.89 ERA in 25 appearances in the circle • started 19 games and completed 15 • allowed 54 earned runs in 131.0 innings of work and struck out 84 batters • threw five shutouts, tied for ninth in a UD single season • fired a one-hit shutout in a 3-0 win over Lehigh (3/18) • allowed six hits in a 2-0 blanking of Rider (4/8) and threw five innings of scoreless relief the following day during a 4-2 victory over Binghamton (4/9) • threw a three-hit shutout against Drexel the next day (4/10) • fired a four-hit shutout during a 1-0 win over Towson in her next appearance (4/18) • posted 26 consecutive scoreless innings during the 11-day stretch • threw a one-hit shutout during a 1-0 victory at George Mason (4/26) in her final appearance of the season • earned saves against Georgia State (3/29) and La Salle (4/2) • batted .222 with eight hits and three runs scored at the plate • drilled a home run against the Explorers (4/2) • went 2 for 3 vs. Rider (4/8) • had a hit and a run scored against Siena (2/27) and Seton Hall (3/13) • named CAA Rookie and Pitcher of the Week on April 13 • also selected CAA Rookie of the Week on March 3, March 23, and April 27.

High School: All-State selection during final two years at Mt. St. Dominic Academy • four-time All-Conference, three time All-county, and three time All-Parochial selection • selected to NFCA All-Region Team as a senior • served as team captain during senior season • four-year starter at Mt. St. Dominic, leading team to a 100-26 record in that span • two-year member of cross country team • honor roll student.

Personal: Amanda Danielle Stacevicz ("stace-uh-vich") • daughter of Shawn and Amy Stacevicz • has two younger sisters, Lisa and Erin • Lisa is currently a freshman on the UD softball team • organizational and community leadership major at Delaware • served as an event marketing intern with Louisville Slugger over the summer • serves as team representative to the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).

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