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Shannon Fisher

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Coplay, Pa.

High School:
Central Catholic

Height:
5-11

Position:
Middle Blocker

Major:
Anthropology & Sociology

Shannon Fisher

2005: Led the Leopards and ranked seventh in the Patriot League with a .270 hitting percentage backed by 203 kills (1.85 per game)...hit over .500 on six occasions, including back-to-back outings in which she hit over .600 in the Lafayette Invitational (9/9), recording 13 and eight kills with just two total errors in wins over Fairleigh Dickinson and Sacred Heart, respectively...hit for a season-high .667 with six kills on nine attempts vs. Stony Brook (9/16)...played a stellar match in the Leopards' 3-2 win over Rider (9/28) with 13 kills, as many digs and a season-high seven blocks...registered at least five blocks in eight matches on the season...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2004: Started first 13 matches on the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury while warming up before match with Colgate (10/2)...is expected to have a full recovery and be ready for 2005 season...appeared in 44 games...was beginning to assert herself as a force in the middle of the floor...led team with 25 blocks and was second with 105 kills in September...had season-high 16 kills, hit .300 and equaled season-high with five blocks in win against Bucknell in final match before injury (10/1)...averaged 2.75 kills per game to rank 11th in the Patriot League...had 13 kills and 12 digs against Hartford (9/3)...recorded 11 kills and 11 digs vs. Sacred Heart (9/10) and 13 kills and 11 digs vs. Princeton (9/22)...had 0.68 blocks per game and .211 attack percentage.

2003: Played in 71 games...earned playing time as the season progressed and became a key player during the Patriot League schedule...placed sixth in the league with .82 blocks per game...placed ninth in the conference with a .205 attack percentage...posted 18 kills and only four hitting errors for a .424 percentage against Holy Cross (10/10)...put up 16 kills and six blocks against Kutztown (11/5)...recorded season-high seven blocks and chipped in 11 digs against Colgate (11/1)...led the team with 58 total blocks and 18 solo blocks...contributed 124 kills...posted 112 digs.

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