Meet notable inductees of the Hall of Fame

Jude Nanaw, Sports X-tra Editor

Amanda Cromwell: 

Amanda Cromwell graduated from AHS in 1988. She went on to attend the University of Virginia and was the team captain for the Cavaliers in 1991. Following her college experience, Cromwell went on to play professional soccer for the Washington Freedom, Atlanta Beat and the San Jose CyberRays.
After her playing career, Cromwell became an assistant coach at UVA from 1992-94 and then was head coach at UMBC women’s team from 1996-97. She went on to coach at the University of Central Florida for 14 seasons.
In her first season as head coach at UCLA in 2013, Cromwell led the Bruins to the first-ever NCAA Championship in the history of the program.

Robin Jennings

An AHS graduate in 1990, Robin Jennings would become a future MLB Player.
After high school, Jennings was drafted in the 30th round of the 1990 MLB June amateur draft. He attended college for one year at the State College of Florida, Mantee-Sarasota.
After his time in college, Jennings was again drafted in the 1991 MLB June amateur draft in 33rd round by the Chicago Cubs.
He debuted for the Cubs in 1996 and played in the MLB as a Right fielder and First Baseman in a total of 93 games until 2001.
Jennings was also traded to and played for both the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati Reds.