Allison Fenska ’21 Signs NLI To Swim at The Ohio State University
Allison Fenska ’21 recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her swimming career at The Ohio State University.
Allison is the most successful swimmer in the history of the school. The team was limited to a handful of virtual meets in 2021, but Allison was still able to set three school and Friends Schools League (FSL) records this season in the 100 backstroke, 100 freestyle, and 200 freestyle. She is a two-time NISCA All-American. She was named First Team All-State in 2019-20 and Second Team All-State in 2018-19 by NJ.com. She was twice named to the SJISA First Team in 2019 and 2020 (teams were not selected in 2021).
In 2020, she became the first swimmer in school history to win a gold medal at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions (not held in 2021), a meet combining swimmers from all sizes of schools, when she captured the 100 butterfly. She also earned a silver medal in the 50 freestyle. In 2019, Allison captured a silver medal in the 50 freestyle and a bronze medal in the 100 butterfly at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
Allison won two individual events at the FSL championship meet in each of the first three years of her high school career (the meet was not held in 2021). She has also swum on six FSL championship relay teams, one of which holds the FSL record (200 medley relay). She holds the Friends Schools League (FSL) and Moorestown Friends School records in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 100 butterfly and the MFS school record in the 500 freestyle.
Good luck with the Buckeyes Allison!