Basketball Coaching Success Runs in the Family of Bill Fenlon
January 11, 2008
January 11, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. - "His oldest brother, Bill, has won more than 200 games in 13-plus seasons at Division III DePauw University," notes a St. Petersburg Timesprofile of Joe Fenlon, boy's basketball coach at Tampa Preparatory School. "Bill was coach at Berkeley Prep when Joe took the Tampa Prep job but accepted a college coaching position before facing his younger sibling," writes Joey Knight.
The article, published in today's paper, previews Joe Fenlon's " impending milestone. A victory at home Saturday against top-ranked Class 3A rival Berkeley Prep would be the 500th of Fenlon's career. To boot, the backdrop for the potential triumph would include his only son, Conner, a senior guard for the Terrapins."
Access the story at the newspaper's Web site.
Bill Fenlon was named the Tigers' head coach on April 23, 1992. He previously led the men's basketball programs at Southwestern University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Now in his 16th season at DePauw, Fenlon has an overall record of 222-195 and is the program's all-time leader in wins. Last season Fenlon led the Tigers to a third straight appearance in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament and a tie for fifth in the conference standings. The team is 9-3 this year and plays at Rhodes College tonight.
For more on the basketball program, visit its Internet page. Tonight's game tips off at 9 p.m. Greencastle time and can be heard on student radio station WGRE (91.5 FM or via this link).Back