Fisher, of Marysville, Pa., was one of the last athletes to earn
12 letters at F&M. He lettered all four years in football,
wrestling, and baseball and captained each squad in his senior
year. Under his leadership, the 1989 football team delivered the
College’s only 10-win football season. That year, Fisher
posted career highs of 93 tackles and three sacks from his post at
On the mats, Fisher may be best remembered for a weekend of his senior year helping F&M beat William & Mary one night and Pittsburgh the next. He wrestled to victory at 157-pounds against W&M. He bumped up to 191-pounds the following night to take on Pitt’s top wrestler. At an actual weight of 157 pounds, Fisher bested his 191-pound opponent and F&M want on to upset the Panthers.
On the diamond, Fisher was an outstanding defensive catcher with an exceptional arm. He was rarely run on and earned All-Conference recognition as a senior.