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Year: Senior
City/State: Mountain Top, Pa.
High School: Crestwood


2008: Named to the All-South Region second team ... ACC Co-Player of the Week on Oct. 14 ... started all 21 games at forward ... second on the team in points (35) and goals (16) while adding three assists ... led the team with 71 shots ... posted three game-winners ... ranked fourth in the ACC in shots per game (3.38) and seventh in total shots ... tied for eighth in the ACC in goals and ninth in goals per game (0.76) ... 10th in the conference in points per game (1.67) ... tallied a hat trick vs. Appalachian State ... led the team with two goals to a road upset over then-No. 1 Maryland midway through the season ... also had two goals against Delaware, Boston University, and Longwood ...

2007: Started all 20 games ... tallied 24 points on 12 goals for the season ... was a perfect 2-for-2 on penalty stroke attempts, securing scores in back-to-back contests versus Maryland (Oct. 6) and Longwood (Oct. 13) ... her 24 points and 12 goals each ranked second on the team ... netted two game-winners on the year ... had three four-point outings, recording two goals in contests against Maryland (Oct. 6), Old Dominion (Oct. 14) and Virginia (Oct. 27) ... 

2006: Started 19 of 22 games played ... recorded 17 points on eight goals and one assist ... her eight goals ranked third on the team ... took 23 shots on goal and ranked fourth on the team in shots on goal percentage (.535) ... notched four points on two occasions, scoring two goals versus Appalachian State (Sept. 16) and William & Mary (Oct. 14) ... her lone assist came against Delaware (Aug. 26) in the second game of the year ... scored her first collegiate goal versus Kent State (Sept. 2) ... an All-ACC Academic team member ...

PREP: Member of the U-21 and U-16 national teams ... set the Pennsylvania state individual record and led the nation in the highest number of goals scored in a season (63) in 2004 ...sixth among high school leading scorers in her senior year ... Olympic Development Select ... registered 147 goals in her career at Crestwood High School in Mountaintop, Pa. ... three-year NFHCA High School All-America and Academic All-America ... participated in the 2004, 2005, and 2006 National Futures Elite program ... led Crestwood to the Pennsylvania state title in 2003 and 2004 ... three-year PA All-State and All-State Academic selection ... won bronze medal at 2002 and 2003 AAU Junior Olympics ...

PERSONAL: Born April 14, 1988 ... daughter of Joseph and Patricia Survilla ... favorites include chocolate, Justin Timberlake, The Fray, Harry Potter, and Pirates of The Caribbean ... dream job would be to become an actress and to spend a day with Jennifer Aniston ... would one day like to become a doctor... chose Duke because no other university compared with what it has to offer ... most memorable moment was winning the state championship in 2004, ending the season with a perfect record of 26-0-0 ...

COACH’S QUOTE: "No player on the team has grown more than Amie.  She came to Duke as a good player - now she's a great player.  She came to Duke as a quick player - now she's a fast and tireless player on both sides of the ball.  She came to Duke as a teammate - now she's a team leader.  This is her year."

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