Courtney Fisher
Courtney Fisher
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Peterborough, N.H.
High School: Contoocook Valley Regional
Major: Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies

Collegiate Personal Bests
Indoor:
One Mile Run: 5:44.07
3,000 Meter Run: 11:22.92

Outdoor:
1,500 Meter Run: 5:33.97
3,000 Meter Run: 11:33.89
5,000 Meter Run: 19:57.53

2016 Cross-Country: Named to the 2016 NE10 Cross Country All-Conference Second Team… Selected on to the NE10 Fall and Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Competed in seven races for the Hounds… At the Stonehill Skyhawk Invitational, she placed third within the team and seventh overall in the 5K with a time of 19:11.3… Ran the 6K at the NCAA Division II East Region Cross Country Championships, where she placed second in the team and ninth overall with a season-best time of 22:05.5.

2014 Cross Country: Placed 14th at the season-opening Shacklette Invitational in a time of 19:57.1 and 86th in the National Catholic Championship in 20:34.89... Finished 227th at the Paul Short Invitational in 24:21 and 209th at the New England Championship with a time of 20:23.43... Placed 40th at the Northeast-10 Championship in 27:43 and 79th in the NCAA Regional in a time of 24:16.4.

Prior to Assumption: Ran cross country and indoor track and played both basketball and softball at Contoocook Valley Regional High School... Her 2013 softball team won the state championship... Four-year player and All-State selection in softball... Four-year varsity cross country team member, running a PR of 19:50... Volunteered feeding the homeless in Boston with her church group.

Personal: Daughter of Timothy Fisher and Marianne Sorrentino... Has brothers, Dylan and Kyle... Dylan ran cross country at Fairfield University... Born on May 27.

Fun Facts: Favorite athlete: Steve Prefontaine... Dream job: Own a donut company... No. 1 song on her iPod: Luv Tory Lanez... If you could meet anyone, alive or dead: Shemar Moore... What celebrity do you get mistaken for: Piper Perabo... Favorite sports memory: Winning softball championship Junior Year of high school