AMY THOMPSON CARROLL

Ice Hockey - 2001

Amy Thompson Carroll graduated from Coming East in 1994 and becomes the first person to be inducted into the C­PP Sports Hall of Fame for the sport of ice hockey. Amy started playing hockey at the age of five. She played on a boys travel team from 1988 to 1991 and was a member of the NYS Championship team in the Squirt Division. When Amy turned 15 she joined a women's travel team in Ithaca (the Shooting Stars) and was one of the leading scorers in her three years with 67 goals and 54 assists. Amy graduated from RIT in 1998 with a degree in package engineering. While there she played on the women's hockey team and was the leading scorer as a freshman when she was named Rookie of the Year. As a sophomore, Amy led the team with 20 goals and 20 assists and then set school scoring records as a junior with 16 goals with a record 27 assists for a record 43 points. During her senior season Amy opted to play for the Rochester Hurricanes so she could qualify for the first ever women's hockey team at the Empire State Games. She led the Western Region team to a bronze medal. Amy is currently living in Annapolis, Md. with her husband Todd and is working for GRAFCO as a project engineer.