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Jun 23, 2018
Charlton Heights Elementary SchoolPashley Elementary SchoolStevens Elementary SchoolO'Rourke Middle SchoolBH-BL High School

Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation: Hall of Fame

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Jenn Miklic

Class of 1995, Basketball, Softball and Soccer

Jennifer Miklic (Class of 1995, Basketball, Softball, Soccer) was on the varsity basketball team for four years, the softball team for one year, and the soccer team for three years.

In basketball, Jenn was a four year varsity team starter, and led the team to two consecutive 20 game winning seasons, reaching the State Semifinals both times. She holds the BH-BL HS scoring record for both boys and girls with 1,211 points, and averaged 18 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2.5 steals per game in her senior year. Her career high was 32 points as a junior in the gold division championship game, and she was a member of the Empire State Games team that won a gold medal.

As a sophomore, Jenn was named to the Section II All Tournament team, an honor she also earned as a junior and a senior. As a junior and a senior, she was named to the Suburban Council All Star team, the Saratoga county Dream Teamand the New York State All Tournament team. She was also named the two time Class B Most Valuable Player. As a senior in 1995, she captained the team and was named to the New York State Class B first team, USA Today New York State All Star team, and was awarded the Converse All-American Cage Classic Outstanding Player Award and the Sports Foundation Scholar Athlete Award.

As a freshman, she played on the BH-BL varsity team, and was named to the Saratogian Softball Dream team. Jenn was also a star on the soccer team, where she led the team to the New York State tournament Class B championship game. She was named to the Section II All Tournament team for three years, and the New York State Tournament All Star team for one year.

Jennifer attended Wake Forest University, where she was on the Deans List for four consecutive years. During her freshman year, she played in 18 games and scored a season-high six points against 10th ranked Virginia. As a sophomore, she tallied 5.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per appearance. As a junior, she was often assigned to cover an opponent’s top scoring threat. She averaged 2.4 points and 2 rebounds per game. She recorded a career-high 15 points versus Appalachian State, and was named the Best Defensive Player Award as a junior and a senior from Wake Forest. Jenn also won the Wake Forest Academic Excellence Award from 1996 through 1999.

Jenn is currently the co-owner and lead carpenter of a home improvement business.