As A Junior (2014): Named to the 2013-14 BIG EAST Conference All-Academic Team ... appeared in all 14 games while operating as the Red Storm's primary LSM...recorded the first goal, assist and point of his St. John's career during his junior campaign...finished the season with three points on two assists and one goal on three total shots ... added 23 groundballs and caused 10 turnovers...had arguably his best game of the campaign in the 15-13 season-opening home victory over Holy Cross (Feb. 16), scoring his first career goal and point on his only shot of the game while adding three groundballs and causing a pair of turnovers...recorded his first career assist and added two groundballs in the Red Storm's road loss at Drexel (March 4)...tallied three groundballs and two caused turnovers in the 13-11 comeback victory at Stony Brook (March 22)...assisted on a goal in the loss at Rutgers (April 2).
As A Sophomore (2013): Appeared in all 13 games in the 2013 campaign ... recorded 8 groundballs and caused one turnover ... collected a career-high three groundballs in a home victory over Yale (Feb. 23).
As A Freshman (2012): Appeared in 10 games ... registered two groundballs and one caused turnover on the season ... collected a season-high two groundballs in the opener against Holy Cross (Feb. 18).
At Worcester Prep: Lettered four seasons in lacrosse ... served as captain of the team his senior season ... named first team all-conference all four years ... selected to the US Lacrosse All-American team for 2011 ... recognized as the ESIAC Player of the Year in 2011 ... member of the ESIAC Conference Championships from 2008-2011 ... named a finalist for the C. Markland Kelly High School Lacrosse Award ... played club lacrosse for Greene Turtle Ocean City ... earned four varsity letters in soccer.
Off The Field: Son of Chris Sr. and Susan Fisher ... has a sister; Marybeth (20) ... enjoys surfing, football, basketball and hanging with friends ... majoring in sport management ... lists the 4th floor of the D'Angelo Center as his favorite place on campus for its view of the city ... member of the National Honors Society in high school ... chose St. John's over Drexel, UMass, Holy Cross, Brown and Yale ... nicknamed "Fish" ... lists beating No.1 ranked Notre Dame in South Bend as his favorite moments in sports ... lists his favorite athlete as Johnny Manziel.
Fisher Jr. Up Close
Favorite Book: "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Favorite Movie: "Miracle"
Favorite TV Show: "Blue Mountain State"
Favorite Food: Spaghetti and Meatballs
Favorite Professional Team: Baltimore Ravens