Date Posted:11/25/2002, 8:00AM
BRUNSWICK, Maine - The National Field Hockey Coaches' Association released their All-American team on Monday afternoon and Bowdoin College junior Amanda Burrage (Brookline, Mass.) was named to the second team. The Polar Bears finished their season as runners-up in the New England Small College Athletic Conference with a 12-4 record.
Burrage, a midfielder, took second-team honors after dealing out 10 assists on the season, one shy of the school mark for single-season assists. She also contributed to the stellar defense for the Polar Bears that allowed a mere 14 goals in 16 contests this season. Earlier this fall, Burrage was named to the NESCAC's All-Academic team, honoring the best student-athletes in the conference.
The complete All-American team can be found at the National Field Hockey Coaches' Association Website, below: