|Title:||Graduate Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach|
|Previous College:||Gardner-Webb '18|
Amanda Steinmuller is entering her second year as the women’s lacrosse graduate assistant coach in 2019. Steinmuller comes to Capital after a standout career at Division I Gardner-Webb University.
In her first season with the program, the Crusaders tallied an 11-6 overall record and went 7-1 in the OAC en route to second place in the conference and a third appearence in four years in the conference tournament championship game. Seven Crusaders received All-OAC honors and two were named Academic All-OAC.
As a collegiate athlete, Steinmuller played in 67 games as a midfielder with the Bulldogs, amassing 122 goals and 48 assists for 170 points over her four years. She increased her scoring totals each of her first three seasons, going from 18 goals scored as a freshman to 28 as a sophomore and 38 as a junior. She tied that career-high with 38 goals as a senior. Her 18 freshman goals led the team. As a sophomore she was named Second Team All-Big South Conference and she earned Honorable Mention All-Big South Conference selections as a junior and senior. In 2017 she became the school’s all-time leader in points, goals and assists.
Steinmuller obtained her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree from Gardner-Webb in 2018. The Ellicott City, Maryland-native is pursuing her Masters of Education and Counseling at Capital.