By: Taylor Hole
During her four years at LIU Post, Kerry Fisher has appeared in 165 games for the Pioneers, tallying a total of 90 runs. Fisher was awarded ECC Second Team honors in 2011 and was also named Rookie of the Year in 2009, when she batted .340 over the span of the season. Last season, Fisher recorded twelve doubles and one triple and maintained a .933 fielding percentage.
Name: Kerry Fisher
Hometown: Barto, Pennsylvania
High School: Boyertown Senior High
Major: Arts Management
What made you choose to come to LIU Post?
Both of my sisters played softball here, and I was comfortable with the program and the school.
What do you think the top priority of a college athlete should be?
It should be striving to be the best they can be, on and off the field.
If you had to describe your team in three words, what would they be?
Heart, Desire, Determined
How has being a student athlete at Post benefitted you?
I’ve learned how to manage my time and priorities, learned the true meaning of hard work, and made relationships with a lot of great people that will last a lifetime.
What is your favorite part about being a student athlete?
My favorite part was being able to create memories and friendships with my teammates that will I will have forever, and bringing a sense of pride to the school. And, winning.
What is your favorite memory at LIU Post overall?
Winning Regional’s and going to the World Series in 2011
Who is your favorite pro-athlete and why?
Payton Manning: I have a dream that we will get married.
Any favorite professional sport teams?
The Philadelphia Phillies
What are your plans after graduation?
Design school or gallery work, undecided.