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Brian Fowler

Brian K. Fowler
Inducted Class of 2019

Brian capped off his stellar high school career by being named the New York State Class B Football 2006 Player of the Year while helping lead his team to the state championship.  He was named to the Section All-Greater Rochester Football 1st team and the Section V Class B MVP in both 2005 and 2006.  In 2005 & 2006 he was also the Western Regional Most Valuable Offensive Player and the NYSPHSAA finals MVP. Brian rushed for 1,544 yards and scored 31 touchdowns his junior year and rushed for over 2,000 yards and scored 36 touchdowns his senior year. He also lettered in basketball and track and field and was the Section V Class A 2006 High Jump Champion. Brian was the Geneva High Male Athlete of the Year his senior year.

Brian went on to Erie Community College to play football where he was the school’s 2nd all-time leading rusher, a two-time team captain and recognized as a scholar athlete.  He was the first player to lead the team in rushing and receiving in a single season. He transferred to Division I Central Connecticut State University where is was also a two-time team captain. He was awarded the Bill Moore Organization Award in 2010 and the Jim Kaiser Pioneer Award in 2011. 

Brian currently a third-year medical student at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. A great role model he recently co-founded an organization called “Pipelining Minority Excellence” which provides underrepresented undergraduate students with the tools and resources to apply to health professional schools. He also mentors high school and undergraduate students, some of which come from being a part of programs such as MentorMe and Student National Medical Association (SNMA). 

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