Amanda Ingersoll - 2022 Team Coach
Hometown: Baldwinsville, N.Y.
Resides: PHILADELPHIA, PA
SouthShore Lacrosse | 2015 - Present
Stevens Tech - Defense | 2012 - 2015
- Team Captain | 2014 & 2015
- Elected National Chair of DIII Student-Athlete Advisory Committee | 2015
- Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association (IWLCA) Community Awareness Award | 2015
On the field at Stevens Ingersoll graduated as one of the best defenders in women's lacrosse history. She was the 2012 Empire 8 Rookie of the Year and did not slowed down from there, earning all-conference honors each of her four seasons leading the Ducks to the postseason each and every year. She is among the program leaders in ground balls and caused turnovers. The two time captain also earned All-Boardwalk Region honors from the IWLCA after the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
An avid volunteer, Ingersoll has worked with the American Red Cross, organizing, running and cleaning up blood drives and recruiting donors locally and on the Stevens campus itself. Ingersoll has also worked with the Susan G. Komen Foundation, organizing and executing powder puff football games and selling "Pink" merchandise to support breast cancer awareness. Additionally, she has done a great deal of work for the country’s armed forces and veterans outreach, fundraising and participating in the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Tower Run/Walk, and making cards to send to active troops on holidays such as Christmas. Ingersoll has also helped plan an annual "Pancake" night to raise money for the National Kidney Foundation each year since 2012, raised money for the Liberty Humane Society and generated awareness for the STEM program by the local Boys & Girls Club.
Ingersoll has also served generously to the NJ community – volunteering to work the call-in center in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, helping to coordinate a city-wide cleanup after the superstorm, as well as setting up and breaking down major local events like the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival.
Ingersoll currently resides in Philadelphia and upon graduation began her professional career at Lockheed Martin in Moorestown, New Jersey.