Amy Murnick ’94
"High scorer for Soccer, Basketball, and Lacrosse teams. A four-year member of three varsity teams, Amy Murnick led 11 of the 12 teams in scoring and tallied numerous assists. The leading scorer on the soccer team for three years, Amy scored many game-winning goals, including one in her junior year against previously undefeated Gill St. Bernard's. She also accounted for all her team's goals in a 3-0 victory against previously undefeated Morristown-Beard. Her double-digit scoring that year led the team to the Group 1 State Finals. Amy was named 1st Team All-State Group 1 by The Star-Ledger. She also made 2nd Team All Prep State and 3rd Team All County. As a senior, she was named 2nd Team All County. During four years on the basketball team, Amy scored over 500 points. Her senior year, she served as captain and was named to the All Star Prep State team. In her first three lacrosse games as a freshman, she scored 16 goals. She led the team in scoring that year and for the next three years. During the 1993 season, she compiled 56 goals. Then, in 1994, Amy not only set the school record with 83 goals and 23 assists, but also helped Pingry defeat Lawrenceville for the first time, scoring the game-winning goal in the second overtime. The team finished the season ranked No. 6 in the state, and Amy was named to the U.S. Girls' High School All-American Team. Her other Pingry honors included the PSPA Female Athlete Award and the Lacrosse Cup, and she earned 12 varsity letters—a rare achievement. Amy played Division I lacrosse for Duke University and returned to Pingry in 1999 to coach the freshman lacrosse team.