Olga Fischer
Olga  Fischer


Berlin, Germany

High School:
Tysmenytsia General Education


Hush Earns ITA Midwest Region/Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship

Hush up for national award


Women's Tennis Holds Annual End of the Season Banquet

Fischer and Hush share MVP honors


Fischer's BIG EAST Accolade Earns Student-Athlete of the Week

Fischer is WTEN's first All-BIG EAST honoree


MU Tennis Players Fischer, Mamalat Named To All-BIG EAST Team

Fischer first women's player honored


Marquette Falls at No. 69 DePaul, 5-2

MU closes out the regular season 11-10

Fischer's Career Results
Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 Fall Total 1 2 3 Fall Total
2008-09 2-1 12-7 -- 0-2 1-0 1-0 -- 16-10 0-1 7-1 1-1 -- 8-3
2009-10 2-0 11-12 1-0 -- -- -- 4-7 18-19 2-3 8-13 -- 7-2 17-18
2010-11 10-6 5-7 -- -- -- -- 5-5 20-18 -- 10-5 2-0 5-2 17-7
2011-12 7-6 6-2 -- -- -- -- 6-4 19-12 10-9 -- -- 5-5 15-14
Career 21-13 34-28 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 15-16 73-59 2-13 25-19 3-1 17-9 57-42

Senior (2011-12) - Fischer was MU's first All-BIG EAST Team selection, leading the team with a 19-12 singles record in her final season. It was the fourth-straight season that Fischer has won more than 16 singles matches. She posted a 7-6 mark at No. 1 and a 6-2 total at No. 2 singles. Partnered with Hush in the at the No. 1 position to record a 10-8 doubles mark, winning seven-straight matches to begin the dual season. Captured the top-spot in the consolation Singles A Draw at the Kansas Fall Invitational (Oct. 23) with a 6-2, 6-3, win over Indiana's Alecia Kauss. Fisher was named MU's co-Most Valuable Player along with Hush. Before succumbing to injury which kept Fischer out of the conference championship, she defeated DePaul's Patricia Fargas in her final match as a Golden Eagle. Earned her fourth letter.

Junior (2010-11) - Fischer recorded a career-high 21 overall singles wins. In dual play, she played exclusively from the No. 1 and 2 spots, tallying a team-high 10 wins at No. 1. Fischer paired with five different doubles partners, including Kelly Barry, Paola Calderon, Gillian Hush, Christina Ruiz and Rocio Diaz. With Diaz, the duo recorded a 11-4 record, with all but one game coming from the No. 2 spot. Fischer finished fall play with an even 5-5 singles record. In the fall season, she lost her first two doubles matches before collecting wins in the last five.

Sophomore (2009-10)--Fischer was one of six players to record double-digit singles wins, boasting an 18-19 overall record and 14-12 mark in dual play. She played mainly at the No. 2 singles spot with brief appearances at the No. 1 and 3 positions. Fischer opened the spring season winning five of six matches, all at No. 1 and 2 singles. She paired with classmate Paola Calderon to record an 11-5 spring mark at No. 2, and tallied six wins with three other partners. She earned her second letter.

Freshman (2008-09) -- Fischer, who joined the Golden Eagles in January, made an immediate impact on the squad, leading the team in singles dual wins with a 16-10 record. Fischer's wins came primarily from the No. 2 spot, where she recorded a 12-7 mark, which included a season best nine-match win streak between Jan.-March. In doubles action, she tallied an 8-2 record, winning her first three matches with Gillian Hush before partnering with Calderon, Moore and Metzler for the rest of the season. She earned the Most Improved Player award following her rookie season.

Prior to Marquette -- Fischer, a captain at Poelchau-Oberrschule, helped her high school team win the 2007 World Championships of High Schools in Warsaw as Germany's top ranked player. Her squad also was crowned the high school champions of Berlin and of Germany. Consistently amongst the leaders of Germany for her age group, Fischer was ranked as high as No. 1 in Berlin-Brandenburg for her age group, and as a U16 player was ranked No. 8 nationally.

Personal -- Fischer was born Feb. 19, 1991 in Berlin, Germany to Georg and Lilia Fischer. Majors in international business .

GoMarquette.com Student-Athlete of the Week
January 24, 2011


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