|Women's Lacrosse, Soccer|
Amy DiAdamo, a member of the Class of 1997, owns more goals, assists, and points than any other player in the history of women’s lacrosse at Middlebury. Known for her balanced offensive skills, her point total of 347 is 25 percent higher than any other player since the program’s inception in 1971.
A three-time Brine All-American and the 1997 Division III Attacker of the Year, she finished her career with 228 goals and 119 assists. Her single-season point totals during her final three seasons account for three of the top four efforts in school history.
DiAdamo put the Panthers on the national map in women’s lacrosse after the ban was lifted on NCAA post-season play in 1993–94. During that time her teams went 52-10, winning the school’s first NCAA Championship during her senior season in 1997.
Her teams advanced to the final four during her four years on the squad, advancing to the title game in 1996.
DiAdamo was also a member of the soccer team in the fall at Middlebury.
Boston Globe Article on her passing.