Amy King Swanson

Amy King Swanson
Amy King Swanson
b. 1976

Track & Field

Year Inducted
Someone should probably alert the postman that mail destined for Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Swanson, East Main Street in Westfield, N.Y., may also be addressed as Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Famers. That’s because Amy (King) Swanson is joining her husband, Nolan (2003), as an inductee of the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame.

Amy (King) Swanson was born in 1976 and graduated from Clymer Central School in 1995. She earned multiple letters and team Most Valuable Players Awards while competing for the Lady Pirates in volleyball, basketball and track and field.

She set all-time girls’ basketball records at Clymer with 1,856 points, steals with 690 and assists with 582. She was a 4-time Post-Journal First Team All-Star. As a senior, Amy was named to the First Team All-Western New York Girls’ Basketball Team as well as earning the Post-Journal’s Player of the Year award for 1995.

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