Fisher was hired as the inaugural women’s varsity volleyball coach at Lyndon State College in the fall of 2006. He graduated from Lyndon in 2000 from with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine.
While attending Lyndon, Fisher was a standout cross country runner qualifying for nationals three times and winning numerous other awards. He was also named Outstanding Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 1998.
Fisher comes to Lyndon State with more than 12 years of volleyball coaching, playing and officiating experience. In September of 2008, Fisher was honored for his athetic accomplishments with an induction into the Lyndon State College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Fisher, his wife, Harvest (Fadden ’01), and daughter Rylie, live in Newbury, Vt.