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  • Inductionyear: 2010

    Chris Fillmore

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    * Chris Fillmore was a fine two sport athlete at Barberton High School. He lettered four times in baseball, as a pitcher, earning All-Conference Honors as a senior. In basketball, Chris lettered three times, earning All- Conference Honors as a senior. He also earned All-Academic Honors in both sports. In the High School All-Star World Series, Chris was on the Hawaiian Team as a pitcher.

    Following graduation from Barberton High School in 1996, Chris continued his basketball career at Wittenberg University. After a medical red-shirt season in 1996-97, Chris played in 17 games as a red-shirt freshman. In 1998-99, Chris, as a backup post player, was named the team’s most improved player.

    As a junior in 1999-2000 he earned first-team All North Coast Athletic Conference Honors and was the Tiger s Team Captain and MVP. In his senior year, Wittenberg was ranked fourth in the nation by D3 Hoops. They qualified for the NCAA Sweet 16 winning their first tournament game then losing to Ohio Northem. He was team captain and earned All-NCAC Second-Team Honors.

    For his college career, Chris played in 96 games, scored 842 points, and hauled in 490 rebounds. The Tiger,s record was 80-26 (52-12 in conference play). In his senior season, Wittenberg was 24-4 and 15-l in conference play. He graduated in 2001 and received his MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College in 2009 in Business Systems Management.

    Chris lives in Avon, Ohio with his wife Traci and their children,]ane 5-1/2 and Lucy 2. He is a Sales and Marketing Director for Remet Corporation.

    Chris was nominated by Jim Kennedy.
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