A four-year starter, team captain and standout on the Texas A&M soccer team, Amber Gnatzig returned to her alma mater in 2012 to join the staff of the Lettermen's Association.
She is involved in all aspects of the organization's operation, from event planning and execution to organizing reunions to hosting and coordinating events, among other duties. In addition, she helps supervise and maintain the Texas A&M Sports Museum.
Gnatzig came back to campus after spending one year as the Director of Development at the Brazos Valley Youth Sports Foundation.
As a part of the Aggie soccer program, she earned all-conference and all-region honors in leading A&M to three Big 12 championships and three trips to the NCAA Sweet 16, including appearances in the Elite Eight in 2006 and 2008. Gnatzig appeared in 91 games and started 67 for the Aggies, scoring 13 goals and adding 20 assists.
The daughter of Brent and Pat Gnatzig of Humble, Amber earned her degree in sport management from Texas A&M in 2010 and was named the 2010 Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Athlete of the Year. She volunteers with FCA and coaches the Hotshots Soccer team in her spare time.
|Position:||Lead Office Associate, Lettermen's Association|
|Alma Mater:||Texas A&M '10|