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Jennifer Fithian

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    Binghamton University

    Began playing handball in April of 2006 after being recruited by coach Christian Latiluppe...As a high school athlete she was a 12-year letterman in soccer, basketball, and track and field...She was part of two State Title teams and earned seven personal state championships in high jump and discus...Her senior year, she was named 2002 Miss New Hampshire Basketball... She moved onto the America East to play basketball for Binghamton University...Fithian tried out in Cortland, NY, for the USA Team Handball Residency Program and was asked to join the National Team program...Played professionally in Germany from 2009 to 2012 before moving back to the States to start a family with husband, and fellow Team USA athlete, Jordan...Mother of Charlotte Mae and Jackson...Is the current head basketball coach at St. Paul's School in Concord, NH and works in the advancement department as an engagement officer. 
    • 2021: Named to U.S. Women's National Team for North American and Caribbean Handball Confederation (NACHC) Women's Championships
    • 2019 Pan American Games - 4th (Lima, Peru)
    • 2018 Pan American Games Qualifier - 1st (Montreal, Canada)
    • 2018 U.S. Open National Championships - 1st (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina)
    • 2017 Pan American Championships - 5th (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    • 2017 U.S. Open National Championships - 1st (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina)
    • 2015: Last Chance Pan American Games Qualifier, 2nd place
    • 2014: Winter Classic, USA Blue - 1st
    • 2011 Pan American Games - 8th (Guadalajara, Mexico)
    • 2011: TV Mainz - 3 Liga Sud Champions
    • 2010 Pan American Qualifier
    • 2010: TV Mainz/TV Mainz - Bundesliga 2
    • 2009: TV Grenzach - 3 Liga Sud
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