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| 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
|Hockey East Team||Dartmouth|
|Born|| August 30, 1989,|
|Pro Career||2007 – 2011|
Amanda Trunzo (born August 30, 1989) is a women's ice hockey player from Minnesota. In the NCAA, she competed for the Dartmouth Big Green.
In Minnesota, Trunzo played hockey for two different schools. She spent three years at Andover High School and was the captain in every season. Trunzo transferred to Benilde-St. Margaret’s and was a two year member of their women’s hockey team. In her final season, she was selected as the team captain, while helping Benilde-St. Margaret’s to a North Suburban Conference Championship, along with a Section 6AA title as the school compiled a record of 26-4-1.
During the 2010-11 Dartmouth Big Green season, she became the 32nd player in program history to score 100 points in a career.
Awards and honorsEdit
- 2006-07 Benilde-St. Margaret’s Team Most Valuable Player
- 2007 Minnesota Miss Hockey Award finalist
- ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (Week of Nov. 5, 2007)
- Dartmouth 2009 Offensive Player of the Year Award
- Nominee for the 2009 Patty Kazmaier Award
- 2009 Honorable mention All-Ivy
- 2009 ECAC Hockey Third Team
- Nominee for the 2010 Patty Kazmaier Award
- 2011 Second Team All-Ivy
At Dartmouth, Trunzo volunteered at Athletes United, a mentoring program to reach out to the community. In January, 2012, Trunzo was one of only five women (among 164 qualifiers) that participated in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships (downhill ice-track racing). 
- ↑ http://www.ecachockey.com/women/members/dartmouth/20090505_DartmouthCaptains?dec=/printer-decorator
- ↑ http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/sports/wice/2009-10/releases/11_ivies_nominated_for_the_2010_patty_kazmaier_award.htm
- ↑ http://www.uscho.com/stats/player/wid,5904/amanda-trunzo/
- ↑ http://www.startribune.com/local/stpaul/137064398.html