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In this episode, Karen Muha of Morris Sussex Sports interviews Amy Arnold, Hall of Fame pitcher for Morristown-Beard and 1997 graduate.  During her high school softball career, she was one of the most feared softball players in Northern New Jersey – she only struck out one time during her entire time for the Crimson.  In this interview, Amy shares her experiences as an elite athlete and all of the places that journey took her.  She describes herself as being a shy, quiet kid who was under-confident in the classroom, despite being fearless on the ball field; and talks about how her confidence on the field helped her in those other areas of her life.  She shares a lot about her post athletic life as an educator for 10-years and now as a business owner of H.A.P. Learning where she helps people of all ages uncover their natural gifts and talents through meditation and mindfulness.

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Photos of Amy

In 2011, Amy was inducted into the Morristown-Beard Hall of Fame.


Amy was featured plenty of times in the newspaper during the 1990’s as she was in this Dan Breeman article in the Daily Record.


Today Amy resides in Morris County where she runs her own business H.A.P. Learning in Madison.

Feel free to contact Amy if you remember her and want to say hi or learn more about her business H.A.P. Learning:

Amy Arnold
H.A.P. Learning

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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