Canton’s Amanda Gottlieb signs to play lacrosse at New Hampshire

Canton's Amanda Gottlieb recently signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at New Hampshire in the spring of 2017.

Canton’s Amanda Gottlieb recently signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at New Hampshire in the spring of 2017.

Canton’s Amanda Gottlieb has signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at the University of New Hampshire. The Wildcats, a Division I squad, went 6-10 a year ago and 2-4 in America East.

Gottlieb has been an All-State and All-NCCC goalie at Canton, where she has been the starter in net for the past three seasons. Last spring, Canton set a school record for most wins in a season, going 10-9 before being eliminated in the Class S quarterfinals by finalist Old Saybrook, 14-7.

Gottlieb had several big games last spring. She made 16 saves in a 9-4 win over Newington, had 10 stops in Canton’s first-ever win over Avon, 10-9 and made 11 saves in net as Canton also beat Granby for the first time ever, 12-11. She earned All-NCCC honors.

Canton sophomore goalie Amanda Gottlieb had 9 saves in Saturday's win over Rocky Hill. Gottlieb and  Devon Daubert have been selected to play in the upcoming U.S. Lacrosse women's national tournament in Maryland.

Canton’s Amanda Gottlieb in net for the Warriors in 2014.

Last spring, she was the No. 1 goalie selected to play for Lower New England (Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts) regional team that participates in the U.S. Lacrosse women’s division national tournament.

Gottlieb earned All-State honors for her play in her sophomore season when the Warriors finished 7-9 and qualified for the CIAC tournament for the first time.

Gottlieb also played soccer at Canton, where she played goalie for the Warriors. Canton went 3-8-3 this fall.

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