Ashlee Fisher
Ashlee  Fisher


West Bend, Wis.

High School:
West Bend West

Last College:




Fisher's MUTV Interview (10-29-08)

2007 (Junior): Fisher played in 100 games as a transfer student from Kentucky during the 2007 season. During her first season in the BIG EAST she was second on the team in kills per game with 327 and kills per game with 3.27. On 847 total attacks, a number which put her second on the Marquette roster in that category, recorded a hitting percentage of 19.8. Fisher tallied a career-high 27 kills in the season finale against South Dakota State (Nov. 24). Other high kill totals included matches against Belmont (Sept. 14) with 19 kills and Connecticut (Nov. 3) and Villanova (Nov. 11) with 17 kills in each match. Fisher recorded a career-best seven blocks in a match against Miami (Fla.) (Aug. 31) at the Marquette Challenge. She set a new career-high for assists with three at West Virginia (Oct. 28) and a new collegiate-best eight digs in match at Pittsburgh (Oct. 27).

2006 (Sophomore at Kentucky): Fisher had a strong sophomore outing for the Wildcats as she helped lead the Wildcats to the second-round of the NCAA Tournament. She finished with 343 kills on the season and was second on the team averaging 3.24 per game. Fisher posted a career-best .632 hitting percentage in 3-1 defeat of Ole Miss. She notched a career-high 25 kills leading the Wildcats to a 3-2 victory over Alabama on Nov. 5.

2005 (Freshman at Kentucky): Fisher finished her freshman season averaging 2.95 kills per game, third on the Wildcats. She tallied 16 kills, hitting for .609 vs Connecticut on Sept. 3. Fisher earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors for Oct. 3 after posting 23 kills with a .316 hitting percentage in two conference macthes. Notched a career-best .632 hitting percentage with 12 kills and no errors at Ole Miss on Oct. 30.

Prior to Marquette: Fisher helped guide West Bend West to the Wisconsin State title match in 2004 where she earned All-Tournament Team honors. She was also named most valuable player. Fisher was named to the second -team All-Conference in the Little Ten and earned All-County honors in her final year. She was a three-year letterwinner in volleyball as well as earning letter in track and basketball.

Personal Born September 27, 1986 in Port Washington, Wis, Fisher is the daughter of Mark and Laura Fisher. She is majoring in psychology and has two sisters- Hillaree and Emilee and one brother- Jonathan.


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