Waldron Inducted into St. John Fisher Hall of Fame

Calling it, “an amazing night,” 2006 Windsor CHS graduate and current Weeks Elementary 3rd grade teacher Jenna Waldron was inducted into the St. John Fisher Athletic Hall of Fame on November 9th. 

“I was and am still honored to be inducted into the St. John Fisher Athletic Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame induction means so much to me because of my love for volleyball which started here at Windsor and carried on at St. John Fisher,” said Waldron. 
Jenna Waldron 

Waldron played softball, volleyball and field hockey for the Black Knights before deciding to play volleyball at St. John Fisher. There, she set the school record for digs with 1,979, including becoming an NCAA statistical champion with 21.77 digs per set in 2008. She was 2007 Empire 8 Defensive Player of the Year (click here for more on Waldron’s journey to St. John Fisher). 

“The dinner and ceremony were held on the very court that I got to set my records on. From the delicious food that was served to the video clips and highlight reels they played of me while I played at Fisher, it was truly an amazing night!” said Waldron. 

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