As a Bishop Moore Hornet, Amy Geltz was inducted into the Bishop Moore Catholic Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994 as the youngest athlete to achieve that honor.
As a PLAYER…….
- Amy led the Hornets to 3 district championships, 3 region championships, 1 state runner up, and 2 State Championships
- On Dec 21, 1990, Amy scored her 178th career goal that broke the national scoring record for girls’ soccer.
- She ended up with 205 career goals in 1991.
- Amy broke the national single season scoring record with 60 goals in her junior year.
- She led her team to an 87-24-6 record during her four years.
- Amy was named the Orange County Player of the Year 4 times
- Amy was named to the Class AAA All-State team.
- She was a high school All-American
- Amy was in the Sports Illustrated March 1989 issue Faces in the Crowd.
- In 1991 and 1992, she was invited to train with the US National team.
AFTER BMC …………….
- She went on to UCF as a player, and was named to the 1994 All-Academic Team, first team Atlantic Sun Conference, and was a member of the Hat Trick Club.
- She is in the top ten all time scorers at UCF.
- She was the assistant women’s coach at the University of South Florida in 1998-1999.
- She continued playing after college at the semi-pro level with teams in Tampa Bay, Boston, Maryland, Colorado and professionally in Oslo Norway.
For her accomplishments as a player and her current duties as the head girls’ soccer coach, this is to recognize the previous retirement of the number 10, worn by Amy Geltz as a Bishop Moore soccer player, will never be worn by another girls’ HORNET soccer player.