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Fairport's Jennifer M. Feneli-Sullivan Inducted into SUNY Brockport Athletic Hall of Fame

Physical Education Teacher
Webster Central School District
Rochester , New York

SUNY College at Brockport
Undergraduate Major: Physical Ed. ’00
Master’s: Liberal Studies ’06

The most honored women’s basketball player in the College’s history; four-year starter (all 106 games the team played) who was a two-time finalist for the Jostens Award as the nation’s top Division III women’s basketball player; two-time All-American selection (1999 and 2000) by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and; two-time SUNYAC and ECAC Upstate New York Player of the Year (1999 and 2000); four-time All-SUNYAC and three-time ECAC Upstate New York and Rochester Area College Athletics (RACA) All-Star selection; named National Player of the Week twice in Feb. 2000 by Columbus Multimedia; 2000 SUNYAC Tournament MVP; SUNYAC Player of the Week seven times in career; set or tied 24 school records in her career, including points, rebounds, games played and blocked shots in a season and career; is the all-time leading scorer at Brockport among all male and female basketball players (1,938 points); all-time leading scorer in SUNYAC games (1,291 points); third in NCAA history in blocked shots (340).

Has coached varsity and junior varsity basketball and modified soccer at Webster Thomas High School.

Head coordinator for Webster’s 5th Grade Cooperative Games since 2003; also has coordinated Red Ribbon Week activities at her school, as well as numerous other charitable efforts.