Oct. 3, 2013
BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State women's soccer team will retire Amy Dunn's jersey, No. 14, at halftime of the Wyoming match on Friday, Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. Dunn, a defender, played for the orange and blue from 2000-03. She played in 73 games for the Broncos, a Boise State top-10 record.
Her accomplishments were felt off the pitch as well. Dunn graduated from Boise State in 2003 with degrees in Biology and Physical Education. She garnered numerous scholar-athlete awards during her career.
Dunn came to Boise State as a four-year letter-winner from Timberline High School. Upon graduating from Boise State, she coached soccer at Centennial High School. Dunn shaped young athletes with her soccer expertise, but most importantly with her positive outlook on life.
This marks the second time in Boise State athletics' history that a jersey has been retired. Former football player Jim McMillan had his No. 12 jersey retired following his career in the early 70's.
By retiring No. 14, the women's soccer team and Boise State will immortalize the athletic, academic and positive spirit of Amy Dunn.
Dunn's family and friends have continued honoring her life and legacy through the Amy Dunn #14 Endowment Scholarship. The endowment benefits other young student-athletes at Boise State who also value health and fitness. Anyone who wants to make contributions to the fund can be made through the Bronco Athletic Association (select "Athletic Endowment" and insert Amy Dunn in the *Notes field.)