Amy Oldach Weir

Amy Oldach was the first guard in Penn State Behrend women’s basketball history to reach 1,000 points. She was a two-way player for the Lions, finishing her career with 1,111 points and as a two-time AMCC Defensive Player of the Year. Oldach earned Second Team AMCC honors in her junior year and landed on the First Team as a senior. In her final season, she averaged 16.1 points per game, broke the school record for career steals and was ranked eighth in the nation with 105 steals. Oldach earned Academic All-AMCC honors three times and was named the Behrend Female Athlete of the Year.

The Behrend Team Rookie of the Year award winner went from averaging 2.7 points in her first year to averaging 10.4 in her sophomore season. By the time her junior year came, Oldach was leading the AMCC in steals, averaging 13.1 points per game, and shooting 81 percent from the free-throw line. She earned her first All-Conference honors on the second team and garnered her first AMCC Defensive Player of the Year award.

In her senior year, Oldach earned Great Lakes All-Region honors after a record-breaking season. She started the 2010-11 season being named Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Co-Preseason Player of the Year. She led the team with 16.1 points per game and knocked down 59 three-pointers. Her 105 steals placed her eighth in the nation in steals. Oldach also earned ECAC and AMCC Player of the Week honors twice. She finished with 1,111 points, 349 assists and 301 steals. Oldach was an All-AMCC First-Team choice and recorded her second straight Defensive Player of the Year accolades.

At the end of her four years on the court, Oldach registered the most steals in a season (105) and finished as the all-time leader in steals for both the men and the women (301). She also ranked third in assists (349), fourth in points (1,111) and fifth in three-pointers (130). Her success on the court translated to the classroom, too. The four-time scholar-athlete was honored with the most prestigious Behrend Athletic award, the Female Athlete of the Year.