Cavaliers Women’s Soccer
Amy Walsh – Class of 1996
Hall of Fame Citation
“For her excellence as a student-athlete and her leadership and dedication to the Women’s Soccer program during her time as a Cavalier, as well as her contribution to the growth of Women’s Soccer in Canada as a member of the National Team from 1998-2002 and from 2005-2009, Champlain College Saint-Lambert is honored to include Amy Walsh as a member of the Champlain Cavaliers Sports Hall of Fame.”
Amy played both Women’s Basketball and Soccer at Champlain, where she was named Most Improved Player in Women’s Basketball in 1995 and Most Valuable Player in Women’s Soccer in 1996. She was also named Female Athlete of the Year in her senior year and graduated in 1996.
Amy led the Women’s Soccer team to an FQSE Silver medal in 1995-96 and was a true leader on the team – always working hard and giving her best.
Upon graduating, Amy played at both the CIAU (McGill) and NCAA (Nebraska) levels in soccer, and she was a member of Canada’s National team from 1998-2002 and from 2005-2009. Amy participated in the Women’s World Cup in 1999 and 2007 and in the 2008 Summer Olympics as part of Team Canada.