#17 Amy Wilcox


Hometown Arlington, Va.
High School Yorktown

Coach Coveleskie:
‘Amy is a feisty and extremely difficult player to deal with defensively. She is very dangerous in the final third, she is very left-footed, and she is very athletic. She had ankle surgery in March, and we look forward to a healthy fall.’

As a junior (2007):
Played in 17 games with nine starts … Scored four goals and four assists on the year … Had two game-winning assists against Mississippi State (Oct. 28) and South Carolina (Oct. 7) … Was second on team with a .647 shots-on-goal percentage … SEC Academic Honor Roll.

As a Sophomore (2006):
Played in all 21 games with 15 starts … Scored two goals with three assists … Scored game winning goal against Dartmouth.

As a Freshman (2005):
Played in 22 games … Had two starts including one SEC start against Alabama … Had one goal and four assists.

High School/Club:
Led Yorktown High School to three consecutive National District Championships … Team Captain during her junior and senior years … National District Player of the Year … First Team All-Region … Virginia High School Coaches All-State honorable mention … Three-time high school MVP … Two-time ‘Washington Post’ All-Metro honorable mention.

Worth Noting:
Amy Elaine Wilcox … Born Oct. 14, 1986 … Parents are Angie and Gary Wilcox … Two sisters: Erin and Lyndsey (freshman on VU soccer team) … A double major in history and economics with a minor in communications … Made the 2005 Dean[apos]s List.