Where Are They Now: Amy Sutton
Sister Jill (left), Amy (right) and child Jolie
Amy Sutton starred for the TCU Lady Frogs from 1997-2001. She and twin sister Jill had an immediate impact on the program and left a lasting impression on the school. Amy accumulated numerous honors, including All-WAC Mountain Division Second Team in 1999 and she was a member of the 2001 WAC All-Tournament Team. She was also an academic all-conference honoree in each of her four years.
Jill played a major role in helping TCU reach its first NCAA Tournament in 2001, which included a first-round upset of Penn State. She ended her career scoring 1,166 points, the fifth highest total in school history. She ranks among the top 10 in 15 of TCU's 19 career statistical categories. She graduated from TCU in 2002 with a degree in English.
Amy, whose last name is now Porter, was kind enough to sit down with the TCU media relations staff to provide an update on what she has been doing since graduation and she also answered some other questions.
Describe what you have been doing since you graduated from TCU.
When did you get married and what is your husband's name and what are the names of any children you have?
Where are you living now?
What does your spouse do for a living?
What is your favorite basketball memory while playing for TCU?
What is your favorite non-basketball moment while attending TCU?
What is the most important life lesson you learned at TCU?
Why did you decide to attend TCU?
What advice would you offer to this year's Lady Frog freshmen class?
What advice would you offer to this year's Lady Frog senior class as they prepare to enter the real world?