Amy Panayi Athletics
Hometown: Liverpool, England
Alma Mater: Tennessee Wesleyan University
Amy Panayi is in her second year as a graduate assistant coach on Greg Henson’s staff. Panayi graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan University in May 2017 with a degree in physical education. In her first season on staff, Concordia captured its first-ever outright conference regular-season title. The 2018 Bulldogs also reached the GPAC tournament championship game.
A native of Liverpool, England, Panayi started all four years for the Bulldogs of Athens, Tenn. She tallied 19 career goals and was the recipient of the Jack Bowling award (given to someone who represents the ideals of being a team player, shows enthusiasm on and off the field and is supportive of other TWU athletic teams). Panayi helped the 2016 Tennessee Wesleyan team to a conference title and a berth in the national championships.
Panayi owns numerous coaching licenses: FA level I in coaching, USSF license D, E and F in coaching and NSCAA level I in goalkeeping. She coached for four years at McMinn United Futbol Club in Athens, Tenn.
Currently pursuing her master’s degree in organization development, Amy is the daughter of Angela Panayi. She has an identical twin sister Connie. She is an avid fan of the Everton Football Club.