Amy Scott Campbell '96

A standout in the breaststroke from 1992 to 1996, Amy Scott became the first NCAA Division III All-American in Grove City College women's swimming and diving history in 1993.

Scott placed 15th in the 100 breaststroke at the 1993 NCAA Division III Championships in Atlanta, earning All-America distinction.

She also competed on Grove City's 200-yard medley relay team at the NCAA Championships and achieved All-America honors by helping the quartet to a 10th-place finish. Grove City placed 33rd nationally that year in its first-ever appearance at the national meet under head coach Cathy Jacobs.

Scott also individually qualified for the 1994 NCAA Championships and graduated as Grove City's school record-holder in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events. She also contributed to Grove City records in both the 200 and 400 medley relays.

Scott captured four Presidents' Athletic Conference titles in the 100 breaststroke during her career and helped lead the Wolverines to conference crowns in 1993 and 1996. She also won conference titles in the 200 breaststroke and both medley relays.

Grove City compiled a 40-9 dual-meet record during Scott's career. The 1992-93 team set a program record with 11 wins in 12 dual meets while the 1993-94 squad tied the win record by going 11-2.

A native of Herndon, Va., Scott graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology and French. She added a master of science of physical therapy from Marymount University in 2002.

She worked in education for two years before becoming a physical therapist in a sports and orthopedic practice.