Inducted: November 6, 2010
Jennifer (Johnson) Kornbaum, an all-North Central Conference performer in both basketball and volleyball, was inducted into the prestigious Jackrabbit Sports Hall of Fame in the fall of 2010.
Kornbaum finished her collegiate basketball career as the top scorer and rebounder in Jackrabbit women's basketball history. At the time of her induction her 1,676 points still rank fifth on the Jackrabbit career charts, while her 1,093 career rebounds remained the most in the SDSU annals.
A three-time all-North Central Conference selection, Kornbaum averaged 16.3 points and 10.6 rebounds per game for her career. She led the NCC as a senior with 21.5 points per game during the 1984-85 campaign, while setting a league record with an average of 14.1 rebounds per game. She also led the conference in rebounding at 12.3 boards per game as a sophomore in 1982-83. During her junior season, the St. Cloud, Minn., native led the NCC in field goal percentage at 63.1 percent.
After playing a season of basketball in Vienna, Austria, Kornbaum returned to SDSU to finish her degree and compete for the Jackrabbit volleyball team. She was an all-NCC honoree in volleyball in 1983.
Kornbaum operated a home-based sewing business for several years and was serving as a substitute teacher and middle school basketball and volleyball coach in Little Falls, Minn.