Chris Fenerty
Chris Fenerty
Induction Year: 2013
Class: 1988
Sport(s): Men's Basketball

A four-year letter winner and two-year co-captain of the men’s basketball team. Fenerty excelled as a senior, leading the Cadets to a 16-11 overall record by scoring 18.6 points per game and pulling down 7.3 rebounds per game. He was named the Most Valuable Player of the UMass-Boston Tournament and named the Vermont co-Player of the Week.

Fenerty was a two-time weekly ECAC Honor Roll selection and surpassed the 1,000-career-point and 1,000-career-rebound milestones on his way to being nominated as a NABC District 1 All-Star and Honorable Mention All-State. He also helped lead Norwich to the first consecutive postseason appearances in program history. Fenerty was a Dean’s list student with a major in Criminal Justice and a Lieutenant in the Corps of Cadets.

“It’s obviously a great honor to be inducted into the Norwich Hall of Fame,” Fenerty said. “My coach Ed Hockenbury was a tremendous influence and not a week goes by when I’m not thinking of him and how much a great mentor he was to myself and my teammates.”

Fenerty went on to have a 23-year police career in Exeter, N.H., before retiring a little over a year ago after working his way up to Captain. He now works as an investigator for the Rockingham County attorney’s office.

Chris is married to his wife, Stacy and they have two sons Matthew and Joshua. They live in Lee, N.H.