Assistant Coach (Sprints/Hurdles)
Hometown: Newport News, Va.
Alma Mater: Hamton University


Amy Henry joined the Georgia State track and field staff as an assistant coach in November 2011 and oversees sprints and hurdles for the Panthers.

Henry came to Georgia State after four years as an assistant coach at Notre Dame. Prior to that, Henry was an assistant at the University of Texas-El Paso for two years.

During her tenure with the Irish, Henry helped guide Joanna Schultz to All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships and a Big East individual title in the 400-meters.

At UTEP, Henry assisted in the development of five NCAA All-Americans in the sprint events and helped guide the women's program to a tenth place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championship in 2008.

In 2002, Henry graduated from Hampton University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She also hold a master’s in developmental kinesiology with a specialization in sport psychology from Bowling Green State University, which she completed in 2008.

Henry was a Mid-Eastern Atlantic (MEAC) all-conference sprinter and hurdler while at Hampton and an All-Mid-American Conference (MAC) performer at Bowling Green.

The Newport News, Va., native was a three-time letter winner and multiple track All-American at Menchville High School.

She holds USA Track and Field Level I certification.
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