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Diana Fisher
Inducted in 1998
In the Category of
Women's Basketball
Graduated: 1990
Former St. Francis head coach Karen McMillin knew that she had a so-called "franchise" player when she signed Diana Fisher out of Evergreen Park High School back in 1986, but how to prove it? Fisher handled that problem in just her second season on the collegiate level, and first as a starter, when she posted an eye-opening .528 shooting mark from the field. Eye-opening in that only three other players in the history of the program had ever shot better in a single season. Unlike the other three individuals though, Fisher nearly matched the feat two years later as a senior recording the fifth-best mark in school history (.521). Those two seasons combined just missed pushing Fisher over the .500 mark for her career and nearly made her the top shooter in the 22-year history of the program. In the end, she fell one-tenth of one percent short hitting at a .497 conversion rate to place second behind former hall of fame inductee Colleen Fitzgerald, who shot .498 during her four-year run. Fisher, however, does not play second fiddle to anyone when it comes to free throws. A finalist at the 1990 NAIA national tournament in the free throw contest, she holds the top marks for charity shots made both in a single season (123 in 1988-89) and for a career (322). One of three players to appear in a school-record 121 games, Fisher also made her mark as a scorer and rebounder ranking fourth all-time in career rebounds with 930 (7.7 average per game) and seventh in total points with 1,121 markers (9.3). Included in the rebounding total were the 308 boards she secured during her junior season, which rates sixth-best in the history of the program. Besides earning spots on the all-District 20 and all-CCAC teams during each of her final two campaigns, Fisher was also a two-time NAIA Academic All-America choice. She graduated with magna cum laude honors in 1990 boasting a 3.72 grade point average as a Biology major. Fisher, who has been recognized by Who's Who Among American Teachers as a top educator, teaches science and coaches volleyball.
Saints Hall of Fame
InducteeYearGrad DateSport(s)
Christopher Batus19981991Football
Tom Baumgartner19941983Baseball
Lori Bayless-Pych19981991Softball
Barbara Bell19941992Softball
Julia Blair19951987Volleyball
Steve Blim19941981Men's Tennis
Nick Booras19921977Men's Basketball/Men's Tennis
Kim Brinkman19931983Women's Basketball/Softball
Dyke Buerkett19991983Men's Basketball
Lee Capista2009Men's Basketball
Brian Capodice19951988Football
Paul Chovanec20101993Baseball
Nick Cladis19931984Baseball
Diane Comer19961987Women's Basketball
Lawrence Davis19971981Men's Basketball
Jon Debus19921980Baseball
Ann Deen19961991Volleyball
Tony Delgado2009Coach: Baseball
Mike Dilger19991991Football
Nola Farley20081995Volleyball
John Fay19971988Football
Mike Feminis19961990Football
Alex Fernandez19971992Baseball
Diana Fisher19981990Women's Basketball
Colleen Fitzgerald19951985Women's Basketball/Volleyball
Ali Franzen20101997Softball; Head Coach: Softball
Diane Frericks19921987Women's Cross Country
Bill Gerrish19911975Men's Basketball/Baseball
Gordie Gillespie1992Coach: Baseball/W. Basketball/Football; Ath. Director/Ath. Chairman
Kathy Goebel19941985Volleyball
Dan Goggins20081991Baseball/Football
Bob Halberg20101975Men's Cross Country
Barney Hance19921976Men's Cross Country
Jack Hermanski2010Assistant Coach: Men's Basketball
Lee Irvin19931981Men's Basketball/Men's Tennis
Jane Karges19941980Women's Tennis
Dan Kelly19971982Men's Golf
Jim Kelly19951984Baseball
Teresa Keniley-Coccaro19931987Softball
Mike Kocinski19961987Baseball
Sheavoun Pivaronas Lambillotte19931987Volleyball
Holly Luenemann20091993Volleyball
Rich Luenemann2008Head Volleyball Coach/Assistant Athletic Director
Lisa Lukach20081992Softball
Shelli Meils20081991Softball
Kendra Horsman Meyer19981993Volleyball
Dave Michaels19961979Men's Basketball
Kurt Miller19911985Baseball
Mike Mravle20081997Men's Soccer
Sandra O'Rourke19991993Softball
John Orr1997President/Chancellor
Steve Parris2008Baseball
Julius Patterson19941979Basketball
Joel Pejkovich20091990Football
Laney Pellegrini20102003Women's Basketball
Jeff Petrovic20091997Men's Golf
Chris Prieboy19911983Women's Basketball/Softball/Women's Tennis
Pat Quigley19931981Men's Basketball/Men's Tennis
John Randich19921976Men's Basketball/Baseball
Joe Shankland19981984Men's Golf
Dave Shea19951984Men's Basketball
Donna Sniegowski19911982Volleyball
Mike Spinozzi19911981Baseball
Paul Stachowicz19981986Men's Basketball
Pat Sullivan2010Coach: M. Basketball; Ath. Director; Ath. Chairman
Bob Tomasino19911980Men's Tennis
Marcy Turek19991993Women's Basketball
Barb Watters19941979Women's Tennis
Andy Weis19991990Baseball
Nick Weis19991991Baseball
Debbie Walsh Wiseman19921987Volleyball
Jerry Witty19961981Men's Tennis
Jodi Zier20091996Softball