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Iowa State University alum Lyndsey Fennelly worked with 40 athletes from every grade level at her Elite 360 Training camp held at the South Hardin Middle School last week.

Lyndsey (Medders) Fennelly has an impressive basketball resume.

The Los Angeles native was a four-year starter at Iowa State University. In 2006-07 she led the NCAA in assists (7.7 per game). She was an All-American and was named one of the top five point guards by ESPN. Fennelly was selected in the second round of the WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever.

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South Hardin athlete Jake Teske goes up for a shot during one of the drills at the Elite 360 Training camp. Players worked with Lyndsey Fennelly, former ISU player, for four hours on different offensive skills.

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Lyndsey Fennelly and Tom Braun from Elite 360 Training worked with South Hardin athletes on a variety of different skills, including dribbling, passing, shooting and spacing.

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Lyndsey Fennelly makes a pass to South Hardin's Ellie Anderson in one of the drills at her Elite 360 Training basketball camp. Due to COVID-19, Fennelly limited the number of athletes to just 40 from the South Hardin Community School District.

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