As A Senior (2013):Named to the preseason All-BIG EAST squad for the second-straight season.
As a Junior (2012):Started and played in 12 games after sitting out the first four games with a hand injury ... named to All-BIG EAST Third Team and NSCAA Scholar All-East Region Third Team ... awarded the Marianne Viscovich Powderly Memorial Award as the team MVP ... a member of the Preseason All-BIG EAST team ... switched from usual position as midfielder/forward to center back against Rutgers (Sept. 28), helped lead SJU to two shutout wins ... scored a goal against Columbia (Sept. 9) ... returned to pitch against Brown (Aug. 31) and played all 90 minutes in first four games back.
As a Sophomore (2011):One of three players to start all 19 games ... named to the All-BIG EAST second team ... moved from forward to midfield ... recorded three assists ... second on the squad in shots (24) ... assisted on the game-winner vs. Syracuse (Oct. 21) to help secure St. John's BIG EAST Tournament berth ... also recorded an assist vs. USF (Oct. 16) ... tallied first assist of the season at Seton Hall (Oct. 2).
As a Freshman (2010):One of just four freshmen to play in all 18 games, including 17 starts ... led the squad in points (7) and goals (3) ... also added one assist ... took 28 shots, second most on the team ... had two game-winning goals, tied for first on the squad ... scored her second game-winner of the season against Pittsburgh (Oct. 8) ... tallied a goal against Columbia (Sept. 19) ... scored her first-career goal, the game-winner, at James Madison (Aug. 27) in a 1-0 victory ... recorded her first collegiate start versus then-No. 8 Texas A&M (Aug. 22) ... made her collegiate-debut against Michigan State (Aug. 20) in the Texas A&M Tournament ... logged 1,229 minutes of playing time, second-most of any freshmen.
At Westlake:Earned five letters ... served as team captain her senior and junior seasons ... New York Section I varsity all-time record holder with 139 goals scored ... two-time All-League Player of the Year and three-time NSCAA High School Regional All-American ... a three-time first team All-State honoree ... earned All-County, All-Section and All-League honors from 2007-09 ... also named All-League in basketball and track ... led her club teams, the FC Killer Bees and the Syosset Sting, to state championships in 2009 and 2007 ... guided her U-16 squad to a 2009 state and regional championship ... scored a pair of goals in group play to help lead the Syosset Sting 92 Elite to a finals appearance in the 2010 US Youth Soccer U-17 National Championship ... member of the National Honor Society ... graduated cum laude.
Off The Pitch:Amy M. Marron ... born in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. ... daughter of Catherine and Edward Marron ... has four brothers, ages 25,22, and 14-year-old twins ... selected to the 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic team ... finished her undergraduate degree in psychology in three years and is currently pursuing her masters degree in sociology.
Marron's Career Stats