|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Mira Mesa High School|
|Previous College:||San Diego Mesa College|
TITANS `05: Played in 92 games and, along with Brittany Moore, solidified the blocking game for the Titans in 2005 Ranked fourth in the Big West Conference with 1.12 blocks per game Was second on the team with 103.0 total blocks and 12 solos Had a team-leading 11 blocks (2 BS, 9 BA) on Sept. 9 vs. San Francisco, joining the likes of eight other Titans who have had nine or more block assists in a match Had six or more total blocks on seven occasions, and at least one in all but two of her matches played. Hit .271, good for second (among regulars) on the team, blasting the team's fifth-best kill total with 145 Picked up a season-high 11 kills on Sept. 16 versus San Jose State Scored with three service aces on three occasions in a pair of wins against Southern Methodist (Sept. 17) and UC Riverside (Sept. 28), and in the losing effort against Loyola Marymount (Sept. 17) Defensively, she posted a season-high 5 digs on two occasions (Evansville on Sept. 9 and Loyola Marymount on Sept. 17) Helped out a little with a pair of assists on Sept. 10 at Portland State in the Crown Royal Volleyball Showcase.
SAN DIEGO MESA JC: Played two seasons for the Olympians under head coach Kim Lester Was ninth in California (JC players only) and second in conference with 1.52 blocks per game and 13th in the state with 4.14 kills per game Posted 269 kills, good for a .443 hitting percentage and had 61 blocks to lead the Olympians in 2004 Was named Pacific Coast Conference player of the week Sept. 28 Earned all-tournament team honors for her performance in the San Diego Mesa Invitational (30 kills, a .444 hitting percentage, and 11 blocks in 11 games) Was named to the JC State Championship All-Tournament Team She was awarded the 2003 Scholar Athlete Award and was named to the Dean's Honor List in 2003 and 2004.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons at Mira Mesa High School where she earned second-team All-Western League for the Marauders in her senior season Also lettered in water polo (1999-2001) and swimming (1998-99) Named water polo team MVP her junior season A two-time Union Tribune All-Academic Team selection in both 2000 and 2002.
PERSONAL: Born on September 15, 1984, in San Diego, Calif. Full name is Amanda Marie Pfielschiefter Majoring in child and adolescent studies Parents are Michael Pfielschiefter and Neyda Walker Sites her mother and father as her biggest influences in her volleyball career Lists Friends as her favorite TV show Would like to see Hawaii added to the Titans' future schedules.