16 Sam Apuzzo
2022 U.S. Women Roster|
The former Tewaaraton Award winner helped lift Boston College's program to new levels
After a long wait, Sam Apuzzo is ready for her first world championship. A member of the training team for the 2015 U.S. U19 team, Apuzzo did not make the final roster for the team that competed in Scotland for a world championship. There's no more sitting out this time. Apuzzo made her debut with the senior team at the President's Cup in Florida in November 2018 and is ready to wear the red, white and blue.
A prolific scorer in high school at West Babylon (N.Y.) with 375 career goals, Apuzzo carried that scoring ability over to the collegiate game, finishing her career at Boston College with a school record 397 points, helping the Eagles reach three straight NCAA championship games.
- Member of the training team for the 2015 U.S. U19 team
- Made her debut with the senior team at 2018 President’s Cup in Florida
- Won the Tewaaraton Award in 2018 and was a finalist in 2019
- Three-time first team All-American and is Boston College’s all-time points leader with 397 (283g, 114a) in just 81 games
- Assistant coach at Boston College
- Volunteer assistant for Boston College's 2021 national championship team
- No. 3 on Athletes Unlimited leaderboard last summer, leading the league with 34 goals
- First overall pick in 2019 WPLL Draft