Height
6'1
Class
Senior
Hometown
Nashville, Tenn. ,
High School
Montgomery Bell HS

2003 First-Team All-SEC
2003 SEC Indoor Doubles Champion
2003 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2003 SEC Honor Roll

Coach Brown on Fisher
“He does everything you would want a collesge athlete to do. He takes care of his school and he continuously improves in tennis. He’s been a great ambassador for tennis and for LSU.”

Fall 2003
Went 7-3 in singles with a win over No. 99 Khaled El-Dorry of Texas A&M … Ranked No. 7 in the ITA preseason doubles poll with Jason Hazley … Invited to the main draw of the Icy Hot/ITA All-American doubles Championships … Eliminated in the semifinals of the Southeast Regional tournament with doubles partner Ken Skupski by No. 3 Hodge/Isner of Georgia.

Junior Season (2002-03)
Named first team All-SEC … Beat four top-50 opponents and finished 22-11 with doubles partner Jason Hazley … The duo earned a No. 18 final ranking … Fisher and Hazley opened the spring by capturing the SEC Indoor Doubles crown … The two knocked off four Top-50 opponents … Lost in the first round of the NCAA Championships to the No. 1-ranked team in the nation, Rice’s Richard and William Barker … Also named to the SEC Honor Roll and second team All-Louisiana … Racked up an 8-3 record at No. 3 singles and was 6-2 at No. 4 … Earned third varsity letter.

Sophomore Season (2001-02)
Recovered from a broken ankle and turned in an outstanding season … Finished as the 113th-ranked player in the nation … Ended the year as one of the Tigers’ three 20- match winners with a final 21-18 overall singles record … Turned in winning records on both courts No. 3 (4-3) and No. 4 (4-1) … Defeated Illinois’ 23rd-ranked Phil Stolt, 6-4, 1-6, 7-5, in dual-match play … Ended the dual season with a 15-14 doubles mark … Finished the Was ranked 87th in the ITA preseason poll … Faced seven ranked opponents during fall play and knocked off No. 93 Hamid Mirzadeh, No. 100 Andrew Colombo and No. 100 Martin Wetzel … Recorded a seven match winning streak at one point during the fall … Earned his second varsity letter.

Freshman Season (2000-01)
Started the season as the Tigers’ No. 6 singles player before breaking his ankle in a mid-season match versus Kentucky … Accumulated a 5-3 dual record prior to the injury … Was undefeated at both the No. 3 and No. 5 singles positions on the season … Ended the year with an overall singles mark of 11-6 … Led the team at 8-1 in three-set matches to … Recorded a perfect 5-0 mark in No. 3 doubles play along with teammate Ajay Ramaswami before the injury … Finished 11-6 during the fall in singles play and won his first career tournament, the Southern Collegiate Championships Division III title … Competed in doubles with Jesse Smatt and won the Seminole Classic with a victory over teammates Dan Kiernan and Sebastian Rutka in the finals … Teamed with Rutka to win the Tulane Invitational doubles crown in the fall … Earned his first varsity letter.

Prior to LSU
Was the No. 1 ranked doubles player in under-18 division in the South and was ranked in the top 10 in the nation … Reached the finals of the National Indoor Championships in doubles play as a junior … Was a three-time All-State performer and three-time Mid-State performer in Tennessee in his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons … Also played football and basketball in high school … Helped his team to the football state championship as a junior and the tennis team to a state runner-up finish the same season.

Personal
Born on March 11, 1982 in Nashville, Tenn. … Parents are Fred and Barbara Fisher … Has one younger brother, Michael (18) … Father played baseball and football for Vanderbilt … Major is marketing … Full name is Bryan Morrell Fisher.

Career Statistics

Singles Overall vs. Top 100 SEC Dual
Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.
2000-01 16 9 .640 0 0 .000 1 2 .333
2001-02 21 18 .538 4 6 .400 2 8 .200
2002-03 16 17 .485 0 8 .000 5 5 .500
Fall 2003 7 3 .700 0 0 .000 — – —
TOTALS 60 47 .561 4 14 .222 8 15 .348

Doubles Overall SEC Dual
Year W L Pct. W L Pct.
2000-01 14 5 .737 4 0 1.000
2001-02 15 14 .517 0 3 .000
2002-03 25 12 .676 5 5 .500
Fall 2003 8 3 .727 — — —
TOTALS 62 34 .646 9 8 .529

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