W&L NAMES AMY FORBES ASSISTANT WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Washington and Lee Athletic Director Mike
Walsh has announced the appointment of Amy Forbes as assistant women's
basketball coach. Forbes, currently the assistant women's soccer coach
at W&L, begins her appointment immediately in addition to her women's
"Amy's done an excellent job as assistant women's soccer
coach and we are pleased that she has taken on the additional responsibilities
in women's basketball," said Walsh.
"I'm excited about having Amy work with the team,"
said W&L volleyball and interim women's basketball coach Bryan Snyder.
"She's already familiar with the University and the type of student-athlete
we have. She will be able to hit the ground running and will be a big
help to the program."
A 2001 graduate of Salisbury University, Forbes served as
an assistant coach for the Seagulls' women's soccer team during the 2001
season. A four-year starter in goal for the women's soccer team, Forbes
earned all-conference honors all four years, including first team laurels
her final two seasons.
At Ewing High School in Ewing, N.J., Forbes was a four-year
starter and two-year captain for the women's basketball team.
"I am extremely excited about the opportunity to work
with the women's basketball team here at Washington and Lee," said
Forbes. "I think the players are very excited and ready for the season
On the soccer pitch, Forbes has helped guide the W&L
women's soccer team to a 10-1-2 overall record, 8-1-1 in the ODAC.
"I am delighted that Amy has the opportunity to help
develop some more student athletes at Washington and Lee," said W&L
Head Women's Soccer Coach Neil Cunningham. "She has done a outstanding
job so far this year and has proved very popular with the soccer players.
I'm confident that she'll be able to provide the same for the women's
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