Hendrix College Softball Camps
Hendrix Softball Camps
Head Coach Amy Weaver

Amy Weaver enters her 15th season at the helm of the Warriors' softball program. She is the winningest coach in program history with 244 wins. In November of 2011, Weaver was named Director of Athletics for Hendrix College.

As athletic director, Weaver helped implement the addition of football and women's lacrosse to Hendrix. The Warrior athletic department also opened Young-Wise Memorial Stadium, the Sturgis Athletics Center, Hatcher Tennis Center and the new Warrior Turf Field in 2013. Hendrix has also captured four conference titles in volleyball, men's basketball and football.

During her tenure as softball coach, Weaver has guided 17 First Team All-Conference players, 27 Second Team selections and 35 honorable mentions, as well as 16 conference All-Tournament honorees.

In 2015, the Warriors advanced to the Southern Athletic Association Tournament finals, the best finish in program history. Hendrix won four straight games to make the finals. The Warriors also tied the school record for stolen bases.

Weaver's 2006 squad set a program record by compiling a 30-14 record. The Warriors had their highest league finish in 2007, finishing second in the West Division of the SCAC with an 8-4 record.

Under Weaver, Hendrix qualified for the SCAC Tournament every year from 2004-09. From 2005-07, the Warriors were one win away from advancing to tournament championship game.

Weaver started her head coaching career at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pa. in 1992. She then moved over to Mercyhurst North East in 1996 before taking the Hendrix position. She was instrumental in guiding Mercyhurst North East to the National Junior College Athletic Association in 1998.

Weaver led Mercyhurst North East to three conference championships (two undefeated conference seasons) and a number 13 national ranking. From 1996-98 she coached both Mercyhurst College and MNE simultaneously. Along with coaching softball, Weaver served as the Mercyhurst North East athletic director and head women’s basketball coach from 1998 until her departure in 2002.

Weaver received her bachelor's in Business Administration and Sports Management from Robert Morris University in 1990. She played NCAA Division I softball, volleyball, and track & field. Weaver accumulated many awards in her collegiate career including a 1986-87 Olympic Sports Festival Team Handball Participant, 1988 Amateur Softball Association All-Tournament selection, 1988 and 1989 ASA softball MVP(ranked 4th in the nation in batting), and made 13 ASA National Tournament appearances.

Weaver resides in Conway and enjoys spending her free time with her two dogs, Easton and Dudley.