|Class:||Class of 1993|
|Enshrined:||Inducted September 18, 1999|
At the time of her induction, Amy is considered the greatest player in Lady Knight basketball history. The only First Team Kodak Division II All-America in SMC history, she was named both the ECAC Division II and Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year in 1993. A three-time All Northeast-10 Conference and two-time All- ECAC All-Star, she was awarded two of the College's three prestigious athletic trophies - the Roger F. Keleher '15 and Victor V. LeMieux '35 Awards. Her #34 has been retired from active use - one of only two women's basketball numbers to be so honored. Amy rewrote the Lady Knight record book during her four years, and graduated owning 19 records! She averaged 16.7 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for her career, and finished with an all-time SMC-best 1,933 points. Aside from being the College's all-time scoring leader, she is third in career rebounds (850), third in steals (262), and sixth in assists (304). As a scorer, she still ranks #3 all-time in Northeast-10 Conference history, and #5 all-time in New England Division II history.