Hometown: Hingham, MA
High School: Thayer Academy, Braintree MA
College: University of Maryland
Coaching: Head Coach Northwestern University
United States Women's National Lacrosse Team
Ranked number 21 on the list of Massachusetts Greatest Sports Figures of the Century.
Member of the 1997 and 2001 World Championship Women's Lacrosse Teams.
1995 and 1996 NCAA Division I Lacrosse National Champion.
1995 and 1996 NCAA Division I Lacrosse Player of the Year.
1996 Atlantic Coast Conference Female Athlete of the Year.
Second in U. Maryland's All-Time Lacrosse Single Season and Career Goals, Assists and Points Leader.
4-time All-American in Lacrosse at University of Maryland.
1-time All-American in Soccer at University of Maryland.
Represented the United States in the 1998 Triathlon Amateur World Championship in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Husband: Scott Hiller
Head coach and Owner of the Washington Bayhawks MLL Lacrosse Team
Assistant Coach at Northwestern University
2002 Major League Lacrosse Coach of the Year
4-Time All-American University of Massachusetts
Former Assistant Coach Harvard University Men's Lacrosse
Brother: Tony Amonte
Professional Hockey Player, Calgary Flames
Longest active consecutive game streak in the NHL (453 Games)
He has player 12 full years in the NHL
Won a Silver Medal in the Salt Lake City Olympics
Participated in the Nagano Olympics
Played in five consecutive NHL All-Star Games from 1997 through 2001
1991-1992 Hockey News Rookie of the Year
Sister: Kim Abbate
Director of Operations, Amonte Sports
1-Time All-American Field Hockey, Bentley College
Assistant Lacrosse Coach Norwell High School
Brother: Rocco Amonte
NHL Representative,RBK Hockey
Played for the Richmond Renegades in the ECHL
Played for the Memphis Riversking in the CHL
Letter in Hockey at The University Of Massachusetts at Lowell
Kelly with the World Cup in Japan.
Scott Coaching the Cannons.
Tony playing for the Flyers.