Amy Archambault is in her second season as a volunteer assistant women's lacrosse coach at Holy Cross in 2013.
An alum of Holy Cross (Class of 2008), Archambault scored 129 career points with 95 goals and 34 assists for the Crusaders while serving as team captain her junior and senior seasons. She is ranked eighth all-time at the school in points, while she is eighth in assists and ninth in goals. The 2005 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, Archambault was a first-team All-Patriot selection that year and earned second-team honors in 2007. Twice she played on Patriot League championship teams, earning bids to the NCAA Tournament in 2006 and 2007. After the 2007 season, she joined USA Athletes International program to compete in Australia. In 2008, she received the John A. Meegan Athletic Achievement Award from the Holy Cross Varsity Club.
Upon graduation, Archambault served as a Volunteer Assistant at Trinity College and the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to her involvement with the Pennsylvania lacrosse program, Archambault worked as a strength and conditioning coach for various varsity programs from 2009-2010. In 2010-2011, Pennsylvania earned an Ivy League Championship and NCAA automatic bid. The following summer, she was named Head Coach of the USA Athletes International program whom garnered second at the Berlin Open in Germany. Since 2005, she has continued her extensive clinic work with Nor'easter Lacrosse as administrative director and head coach.
A Studio Arts and Psychology major at Holy Cross, Archambault was named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll from 2006-2008 and was a three-time Dean's List honoree. An accomplished artist, she has had works featured throughout the Northeast. She received the Soroptimist Dorothy & Vernita Haynes Art Award in 2007 and 2008, the Christopher Leland Lyons Memorial Scholarship in 2010 and was nominated for the Joan Mitchell Award in 2011. She was awarded a Fifth-Year Fellowship at Trinity College where she served as a mentor to undergraduate students while managing the Broad St. Gallery, in Hartford, Conn. Archambault completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Studio Art where she served as a Teacher's Assistant in the undergraduate program. She currently serves as Studio Coordinator & Lecturer at Holy Cross' Visual Arts Department.