BABSON PARK, Mass. - The Babson College Athletics Department has officially named Amy Lampe as its new Assistant Sports Information Director and Coordinator of Game Management. This two-year position was made possible through the NCAA's Division III Ethnic Minority and Women's Internship Grant Program.
A 2008 graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University, Lampe received her bachelor's degree in Sport & Leisure Management with minors in Coaching and Communications. A four-year member and two-year captain of the Warriors' field hockey team, Lampe was a two-time Scholar-Athlete Award winner at ECSU. She also received the Morrell Service Award for service as a student-worker in the Athletics Department, where she served as one of the top student assistants for Sports Information Director Bob Molta.
In her new role at Babson, Lampe will oversee home contest management while also assisting in all aspects of the Sports Information Office.
"We are very excited to have Amy on board for the next two years," said Chris Buck, who is entering his 10th year as Babson's Sports Information Director. "She had an incredible amount of statistical and game management experience as an undergraduate, which I believe makes her the ideal choice for this position. I'm confident that her presence will enable us to do a great deal more for our athletic programs and for our very deserving student-athletes."
"I feel very privileged to be given this outstanding opportunity and I am looking forward to the next two years," Lampe said. "I have had a tremendous amount of support from everyone at Babson and I am excited to become part of the Babson community."