Fisher's Career-Best Marks:
Pole Vault (I) - 15'9" (4.80m)
Pole Vault (O) - 15'7" (4.75m)
Competed in the pole vault during the indoor and outdoor seasons ... won the event against American and Maryland during the outdoor slate ... his clearance of 15'7" qualified him for the IC4A Championship ... registered six top-three efforts on the year ... placed third at the Patriot League Championship with an indoor season-best height of 15'3" ... owned team's best height in both the indoor and outdoor seasons.
Solely competed in the pole vault for the second-straight season ... advanced to the IC4A Championship during the indoor slate ... opened the year with back-to-back first-place performances ... cleared career-best height of 15'9" (4.80 meters) in the Navy Invitational ... one month later at Princeton, won the event with a 15'1" (4.60 meters) showing ... owned the team's highest mark during the indoor season ... eclipsed 15'1" (4.60 meters) to place fourth at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship.
Registered a first-place vault in the outdoor meet against American, Maine and Maryland, a 15'3" effort ... matched his season-best outdoor vault at the Patriot League Championship to place fourth ... tied for team's second-best pole vault mark of the outdoor campaign ... tallied four 14'9" vaults during the indoor season, one of which came at the Patriot League Championship.
Attended Mark Morris High School ... lettered in track, water polo and swimming & diving ... was a 2001 district champion in the pole vault and finished runner-up in the state that year ... was a district champion in diving in both 2001 and `02 ... won the 2001 Sportsmanship Award at the Washington 3A State Championship.
Son of Jim and Barbara Fisher ... born Aug. 24, 1983, in Tacoma Wash. ... majoring in general engineering.