Lyndsey (Medders) Fennelly is an impassioned student, teacher, and basketball skill trainer whose vision is to inspire people to be their BEST, both on and off the court. She is a leader who happens to coach basketball and is one of the most sought after skill development teachers in the country.
Lyndsey’s coaching career began when she was 13-years-old and assisted her youth coaches in the various sports camps. During her four years as Iowa State, Lyndsey also served as a coach with the All-Iowa-Attack AAU basketball program, where she coached teams in tournaments, led practices, directed summer camps, and organized tournaments.
She earned All-American honors at Iowa State University and led the NCAA in assists during the 2006 – 2007 season. Lyndsey was named as one of the top five point guards in the United States (by ESPN) and was selected by the Indiana Fever in the second round of the WNBA draft.
She has had numerous opportunities to continue her playing career at the pro level, but her love of teaching led her to become a full-time course director with PGC Basketball from 2007 – 2011. During this time, she worked with over 12,000 players, 2,000 coaches, and traveled throughout North America learning from the best while training some of the best players from the middle school to professional level.
Lyndsey graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management. She has completed numerous leadership-training courses, including Dale Carnegie’s “Effective Communication and Human Relations.” Lyndsey also serves as the color commentator for Mediacom Connections, a cable television company that broadcasts Iowa State’s women’s basketball team’s home games.
She is re-united with the All Iowa Attack program as the lead Skill Trainer and provides coach education for the 25+ teams for the premiere AAU program in the Midwest.
Lyndsey currently resides in Ames, Iowa with her husband, Billy Fennelly, an Assistant Coach for the Iowa State University women’s basketball program. They love the Cyclones, St. Louis Cardinals, and love calling Ames and Iowa State home.