Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1987

As a student at Kingswood-Oxford School in West Hartford, Title was a star player in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. In her senior year she was the leading scorer on both the soccer and lacrosse teams, setting a school record (which she still holds) of 59 lacrosse goals. In 1981 she was on the first team for the All-State Prep School Soccer Team and earned the soccer player award from Kingswood-Oxford in 1982.

At the College of Wooster, she starred in lacrosse and soccer and became the college’s first All-American in lacrosse. She captained the lacrosse team and was the leading scorer all four years. She led her lacrosse teams in scoring every season and left Wooster with school records in all three categories for a career. Title was on the first NCAC (North Coast Athletic Conference) All-Decade Team in 1993, was a two-time All NCAC selection, the NCAC Player of the Year and the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association Regional Player of the Year in 1986.

She played at a time when All Americans and All Regional Selections for women were first made in lacrosse, and before the College of Wooster offered women’s soccer as a varsity sport. She was named All-Ohio in soccer, and helped to make soccer a varsity sport there. While scoring goals for lacrosse and soccer kept her name in the records, Title Feigenbaum’s legacy may be that she was a cornerstone for those two programs gaining recognition for the school’s women’s athletic teams and the College as a whole.

Her achievements have been recognized not only by being the youngest inductee into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame at the age of 23, but later by being inducted into the College of Wooster’s Hall of Fame and the Kingwood-Oxford Hall of Fame in 2013.

Wooster Hall of Fame