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Amanda Leonhard-Perry

Head Coach of Women’s Basketball

Leonhard-Perry succeeded Connie Tilley, who retired after 42 years at the helm of the women’s basketball program. Leonhard-Perry officially began her duties at St. Norbert in June 2019 after 11 years with the UW-Green Bay Pheonix women’s program.

“I’m so excited to get started. I can’t wait to get to work with the team I met during my interview. The players have a great energy and I believe they are hungry to continue the success of this program. The guidance and leadership that Coach Tilley has devoted to this place is special. I can only hope to make her proud of us moving forward,” said Leonhard-Perry.

Prior to joining the Green Bay staff, Leonhard-Perry served as an assistant coach at North Dakota State University for three seasons. After completing her playing career, she was an assistant coach at Green Bay Preble High School for three seasons, helping the Hornets to the semifinals of the 2003 WIAA Division 1 state tournament.

A decorated, four-year player at Green Bay, Leonhard-Perry was a part of teams that finished 86-35 and played in three NCAA Tournaments and won four regular-season conference championships. She led the Phoenix in scoring and was a first-team all-conference selection as a sophomore, finishing her career with 1,097 points, 332 assists, 189 steals and 114 three-point field goals. Leonhard-Perry was also a two-time academic all-conference selection.

Leonhard-Perry is a 2003 graduate of UW-Green Bay with a degree in business administration and completed a master’s degree in sport and recreation at North Dakota State in 2010.

A native of Ladysmith, Wis., she is married to Ray Perry. The couple has a daughter, Addison, and resides in Green Bay.

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