Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame
Amy Cook, class of 1991 was inducted in to the Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.
Coach Sue Lynn, Amy Cook and her mother Sue Cook at the Hall of Fame Dinner
Amy made the most of her time at Chaminade, playing not just one sport, but three varsity sports and one JV sport: soccer, tennis, JV volleyball, and even varsity football!
Amy began her Chaminade athletic career in 1988 playing for the JV volleybal team and JV soccer team which she also captained. In 1989, she joined the tennis team and continued throughout her time at Chaminade. The tennis team was undefeated in league play and advanced to the quarter finals. In 1990, she advanced to varsity soccer and also added varsity football to her roster, becoming the only Chaminade student to play in the Homecoming game and win Homecoming Queen on the same night!
After Chaminade, Amy continued on to play for Orange Coast College where she played tennis and soccer. During her time at OCC, Amy's team won the 1994 State Championship and Conference Championship and won All Conference in 1993 and 1994. In 1994, Amy and her partner won the Doubles State Championship.
Amy continued her college athletic career at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa where she earned an athletic scholarship in soccer. She was later recruited to play on the tennis team (doubles).
Amy stayed in Hawai'i where she is a Career Counselor at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa in Honolulu, HI.
The 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame recipients: Rich Lawson (Football Coach),
Amy Cook (Soccer, Volleyball, Tennis & Football),
Curt Rothschiller (Football), Vaughan Kastor (Cross Country, Track, Football & Baseball)
and Derek Snyder (Fencing)
1988-1989 Soccer team
1988-1989 JV Volleyball team
Reprinted from the 2011 Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame program
Hall of Fame Photos by Dennis Haas.