AS A JUNIOR IN 2010:
• Named first team All-Patriot League.
• Totaled 58 tackles on the season, including 51 solo stops, a
sack and two tackles for loss.
• Broke up four passes on the year.
• Finished the season ranked 29th in the Patriot League in
• Made a career-high 15 tackles and broke up a pass in the
victory at Lafayette.
• Totaled seven solo tackles and a fumble recovery in the win
• Recorded six solo tackles with a sack and a forced fumble
• Had eight total tackles and a blocked punt at
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009:
• Played in all 12 games with one start, seeing action in the
secondary and on special teams.
• Totaled 24 tackles on the season.
• Recorded four solo tackles and a forced fumble at
• Registered three tackles against Brown, Bucknell, Dartmouth
• Had two tackles against Georgetown, Harvard and
• Returned two kickoffs for 21 yards against Georgetown.
• Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008:
• Saw action in 10 games as a backup in the secondary and on
• Totaled eight tackles on the season.
• Returned two kickoffs for 38 yards.
• Posted three solo tackles at Georgetown.
• Made a pair of tackles at Lafayette.
• Also had tackles against Harvard, Dartmouth and Colgate.
HOLY CROSS TRACK & FIELD:
• Competed in sprints, the long jump and the triple jump in
• At the 2011 Patriot League indoor championship, placed ninth
in the 200-meter dash, 11th in 60-meter dash and long jump, and
12th in the triple jump.
• Ran a leg on the 4x100-meter relay team which placed sixth
at the 2011 Patriot League outdoor championship.
• Played for coach Steve Allosso at Frank W. Cox High
• Named second team All-Virginia Beach as a senior.
• Also a member of the track and field team.
• Earned team Most Valuable Player honors in both football and
track as a senior.
• Team captain in both football and track.
• Selected as the Cox Male Athlete of the Year as a
• Ran a leg on the school record setting medley relay
• Member of the National Society of High School Scholars.
• Son of Kathleen and Maurice Fenner, Sr.
• Brother, Maurice, played football at James Madison, and led
the Dukes to the 2004 NCAA Division I-AA national title.
• Majoring in Psychology.
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