WT Woodson High School Alumni GO CAVALIERS!
Hall of Fame Bio.
Amy Weinstein Flynn 1993-1997 Lacrosse, Gymnastic, Tennis and Indoor Track & Field
Amy Weinstein Flynn earned fourteen varsity letters (four
each in lacrosse and gymnastics and three each in tennis
and indoor track). During Amy’s years at Woodson, the
lacrosse team won a State championship (1997) and multiple
Region and District titles, and Amy was selected All-
Met (1996 & 1997), and All-Region and All-District multiple
years (Region Player of the Year – 1997). In her senior
year (1996-97), Amy was captain of all four varsity teams
as well as named Fairfax County’s Donna de Verona Spirit
of Sport Award winner (awarded to the county’s Athlete
of the Year runner-up), Woodson’s Female Athlete of the Year, MVP in lacrosse and
indoor track (field events), and the Cavalier Award winner in gymnastics and tennis.
Amy attended the University of Pennsylvania where she was a four-year starter on the
lacrosse team and captain her senior year. After college Amy continued to play and
coach lacrosse at the highest post-collegiate club level as well as internationally in
England, Australia and Japan. Amy also worked for Major League Lacrosse, helping launch the first-ever professional men’s lacrosse league.