#12 Amy Lingenfelder
G 5-9 Fr. Fairfax, Va./W.T. Woodson
Outstanding three-point shooter … Will complement Danielle Donehew’s outside stroke … Strong off-guard rebounder … Possesses good size and quickness … Follows the path of fellow W.T. Woodson High School alum Marlene Mainland who played at Tech from 1985-88 and also wore No. 12.
Signed with Tech on Nov. 11, 1998 … Honorable mention USA Today all-America and a second-team all-Metro selection by The Washington Post as a senior … Four-time first-team all-Concorde District and all-regional selection … Named MVP of her high school team all four years … Led her team in scoring and rebounding all four years … Named to the Virginia All-Star team as a senior … Honorable mention all-Met selection as a junior … Was the top scorer in her region for public schools as a sophomore, averaging 23.9 points per game … Made five appearances in AAU national championship tournaments with the Potomac Valley Vogues … AAU team captured four regional titles from 1993-96 and won the junior national championship in 1996 … Also lettered in tennis and soccer … Was a starting defender on a state champion soccer team her junior season … Won her high school’s Academic Athlete Award all four years … National Honor Society member.
Amy Lingenfelder was born Jan. 26, 1981 … Is the daughter of Chris and Carol Ann Lingenfelder … Signed with Tech on Nov. 11, 1998 … Plans to major in Industrial Engineering.