Jackson's Feeney signs with Western
Nov. 20, 2009
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Western Washington University women's basketball coach Carmen Dolfo announced today that Erin Feeney, a senior guard at Jackson High School in Everett, has signed a national letter of intent to play for the Vikings.
The 5-foot-8 guard, who is the team captain as a senior, was a first-team all-Western Conference South Division choice as a junior. That season she helped the Timberwolves to a third straight Class 4A state tournament appearance and third consecutive Wesco South Division title, averaging a team-leading 20.8 points.
Feeney, who was a Seattle Star Times pick as a junior, hit five 3-pointers in a game as a sophomore against Edmonds-Woodway.
While playing sports at Jackson, Feeney attends Chrysalis High School in Woodinville.
ERIN FEENEY, Guard, 5-8, 18, 8/27/91, Freshman, Bothell, WA
HIGH SCHOOL: Team captain as senior at Jackson High School ... First-team all-Western Conference South Division choice as junior, averaging team-leading 20.8 points in helping Timberwolves to third straight Class 4A state tournament appearance and third consecutive Wesco South Division title ... Scored career-high 29 points against Edmonds-Woodway ... JHS also won district title during her freshman (placed eighth at state) and sophomore seasons ... Seattle Star Times pick as junior ... Hit five 3-pointers as sophomore in game against Kentwood ... Started two years and lettered three ... Also three-year letter winner in softball ... Twice first-team all-league pick as first-baseman/pitcher, helping Timberwolves to state tournament as sophomore ... Played sports at Jackson, but academically attended Chrysalis High School in Woodinville.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in physical education.
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