Eileen Fenton
Eileen Fenton

Fenton is the only women's basketball player in school history to have her number retired and holds three school records, including the single-season scoring mark with 490 points in 1989-90. She is the only women's basketball player in UMass Boston annals to be named Little East Conference Player of the Year (1989-90) and was an All-Conference selection three times, including twice a First Team All-Star. Fenton currently stands 19th on the NCAA III career rebounding list with 1,220 caroms and is fourth all-time among Division III New England players. Her career rebounding average of 12.4 is the 20th highest mark in NCAA III history as well. She finished her career, holding 11 school records and now ranks second on UMass Boston's career scoring list with 1,516 points and second on the school's career boards list. She is one of two players in the program's history to amass 1,000 or more points and rebounds. Fenton established the single-season standard for field goals made (196) for the Beacons in 1989-90 and has attempted more free throws (625) than any other women's player at UMB. She also stands second on UMass Boston's all-time list for career scoring average (15.5 ppg.), career free throws made (314), career field goal attempts (1,352), single-season points (453) and single-season rebounds (395). Her 24 rebounds on January 13, 1990 is the fifth-highest total in school-history and her 98 career games played ranks sixth all-time.