Proud Past

Fencor 'Team 1989'

The Fencor 1989 age group is one of the most successful in the history of AAU basketball. Starting at the age of 10 years old, the Fencor team won 3 AAU national championships, two times finished second and finished third once. It won 7 Middle Atlantic championships and lost only one game. They also finished second at the prestigious End of the Trail tournament in Oregon and won the Boo Williams Tournament in the silver division.

'Some' of those players included Elena Delle Donne (WNBA Rookie of the Year), Caroline Doty (two-time national champion at UConn), Lindsay Kimmel (Villanova), Shannon Ferguson (Rider), Erin Edwards (Navy), Michele Brokans (UMBC, now coach at Eastern U.), Renee Womack (Penn State), Rosie Tarnowski (Washington State), Colleen Magarity (three-time NCAA lax champ at Northwestern), Christine Matera (Harvard), Chelsea Shine (Virginia), Sarah Acker (St. Joseph’s, Delaware), Hanna Halteman (N.C. State) and Colleen Christian (USP).

For further information on the team, you can go to www.eteamz.com/Fencor1989/

Fencor History - Moments In Our Proud Past

Elena Delle Donne (a 7 year Fencor player from Ursuline Academy) was named High School Co-Player of the Year. Updated May 4, 2008

 

Team 15 Green - 3rd Place
Division I - 2008

 

Team 10 & Under Winners of the 2007
Charlie Smith Memorial Tournament

 

Fencor Sweeps Texas
Squad
Grabs AAU Title
by Steve Brannan, Amarillo Globe-News,
July 7, 2002 Post Apr 23 2008

 

Two Alumnae inducted
into Big 5 Hall of Fame

by Mel Greenberg,
Inquirer Staff Writer, January 26, 2007

 

2004 Championship
by Keith Prince, The News Star
July 23, 2004

 

Thrice Is Nice
by James D. Horne, The Leaf-Chronicle,
July 28, 2005