Amy Apostol
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Amy Apostol
Assistant Coach
amya@mit.edu
Massachusettes Institute of Tech
Division 3

2017: NEWISA All-Region Third Team NEWMAC All-Conference First Team NEWMAC Academic All-Conference NEWMAC Womens Soccer Offensive Athlete of the Week (10/16)  appeared in 23 games and made 21 starts as a junior registered a career-high nine goals and 23 points as well as five assists four of her goals were game winners which came at Roger Williams (9/12), against Tufts (9/26), at Wellesley (10/10) and at Coast Guard (10/14) ranked fourth in the NEWMAC in game winning goals, fifth in goals and points and sixth in assists  scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Tufts and tallied a season-high five shots in a 2-1 in at Clark (9/29) registered an assist in the NEWMAC title game against Springfield (11/5) was part of a team that had its best season in program history (20-2-1), reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 for the first time since 2012, won the NEWMAC Championship for the first time since 2011 and registered its highest national ranking of No. 12 in the United Soccer Division III poll  [[SEASON STATS](https://www.mitathletics.com/sports/w-soccer/2017-18/players/amyapostol2u4e)]  2016: NEWMAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/31) played and started in 23 games as a sophomore registered a career high seven goals, six assists and 20 points ranked second on the team in goals, second in assists and second in points ranked fourth in the NEWMAC in goals, fifth in assists and fifth in points tallied one game winning goal, which came in a 2-0 victory over Mount Holyoke (10/1) also scored goals against Worcester State (9/6), Emmanuel (9/8), Salem State (9/20), Smith (10/15), Emerson (10/25) and Coast Guard (10/29) had four games where she scored a goal and registered an assist took a season-high seven shots against Wellesley College (11/1) in the NEWMAC Quarterfinal game notched at least one shot in 19 of 23 games played as a sophomore aided MIT womens soccer to its best season in program history (17-6-1), to its fifth straight NEWMAC Regular Season Championship and its sixth appearance in the NCAA Tournament ... [[SEASON STATS](https://www.mitathletics.com/sports/w-soccer/2016-17/players/amyapostolbjil)] 2015: Appeared in 15 games (11 starts) as a freshman ... scored five goals and dished out two assists for 12 points ... ranked third on the team in goals ... registered her first career goal in a 4-2 win at Emmanuel (9/3) ... scored a career-high two goals in NEWMAC semifinals against Springfield (11/7) ... [[SEASON STATS](https://www.mitathletics.com/sports/w-soccer/2015-16/players/amyapostolqr58)] Off the Field at MIT:  Majoring in computer science with a concentration in Spanish Software Developer Intern at IBM Research Assistant at the Grodzinsky Lab (MIT Center for Biomedical Engineering) and the MIT Biomimetrics Robotics Lab ... Community Service Deputy of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority. High School: A 2015 graduate of Archbishop Mitty High School four-time varsity letterwinner in soccer First Team All-League First Team All-Central Coast Section First Team All-Central Coast Section Senior of the Year Central Coast Section Leading Scorer for 2014-2015 Varsity Womens Soccer teams three time West Catholic Athletic League Champion three time Central Coast Section Division II Champion Tri-Valley Classic Tournament winner Regents Outstanding Female Student National Honor Society California Scholarship Federation Archbishop Mitty High School Womens Soccer Scholar-Athlete Drum Major of Archbishop Mitty High School Marching Band Principals Honor Roll also played field hockey and softball. Club: De Anza Force Soccer Club ECNL 2013 Elite Clubs National League National Champions (North American League).