Amy Martin

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Amy Martin is entering her third season as an assistant coach at Niagara in 2019.

Prior to Niagara, Martin spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Ga. from 2014-16. Martin's primary responsibilities were coaching the goalies and developing the defensive game plan, as well as, being the main point of contact for incoming student-athletes.

She coached five second team Atlantic Sun Conference players, two Atlantic Sun All-Rookie selections and four A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week during her two-year tenure. Martin helped the Owls set program records in overall wins in 2015 and 2016, while qualifying for the conference tournament both seasons.

Prior to Kennesaw State, Martin was a graduate assistant at Wagner from 2012-14. She developed the goaltenders along with the defense in her two seasons, while also coaching two all-rookie team, two second team all-conference, two first team all-conference members and one NEC Defensive Player of the Year. She helped the Seahawks reach their first NEC Championship game along with achieving their best record since 2005 (11-7).

Martin was a four-year starter in net at Holy Cross from 2008-11. A six-time Patriot League Goalie of the Week recipient, Martin was named the 2010 Patriot League Goalie of the Year as well as landing on the 2010 First Team All Patriot League and All Patriot League Tournament Team. In high school, she won three state and regional championships and was inducted into the Detroit Catholic League Hall of Fame in 2011.

Martin, a native of Harbor Springs, Mich., graduated with a bachelor of arts in English from Holy Cross in 2011 and a master of science in education from Wagner in 2014.