Amanda Brown Streeter

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Amanda Brown Streeter
Basketball • Unionville

Amanda Brown Streeter is being nominated for her outstanding accomplishments in basketball at both the high school and college levels. Amanda, a 2003 graduate of Unionville High School, is the current all-time school scoring leader, scoring 2,266 points during her career. She holds the school single game scoring record with 44 points and is the free throw percentage record holder at 81%. During her high school career, Amanda led Unionville to three league championships and received numerous individual awards. Among those are: Pennsylvania All State 2nd team in 2003, three-time Nike All-American (2001-2003), two-time Street & Smith Honorable Mention All-American (2002-2003), selected to the McDonald’s High School Basketball Top 100 list, First Team All-Philadelphia Area, 2003 Southern Chester County Player of the Year, and First Team Southern Chester County (1999-2003). Amanda also played AAU Mid-Atlantic championship teams (1999-2002). Amanda continued her basketball career as a scholarship player at Penn State University, culminating in her senior year with being named First Team All-Big Ten by the league’s coaches. Also, that year Amanda broke the Penn State career field goal percentage record (.589) and led the Big Ten in rebounding (overall and conference only), becoming the first Lady Lion to do so. She also broke the Big Ten Tournament record for rebounds in a game with 18 rebounds vs. University of Illinois. In addition, Amanda was a Finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award and was honored as Penn State’s Beg Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner. Upon completion of her career at Penn State, Amanda has become just the second player in school history to accumulate 1,000 points, 800 rebounds, and 150 blocked shots. Amanda also competed internationally for three seasons with the Canadian National Team in the FIBA World Championships. Upon her graduation from Penn State in 2007, Amanda was the 38th overall pick in the WNBA draft by the Los Angeles Sparks. She later played professionally in Italy for two seasons.
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