2023 - 2024 Player of the Year

National Softball

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Addisen Fisher

Right-handed pitcher/outfielder
Height: 5-FOOT-11
Press Release

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“Addisen Fisher is not only a dominating force on the mound, but one of the best hitters we’ve faced this season. If you choose to pitch to the talented senior, you risk watching the softball leave the park within seconds, and any pitch (location) is fair game. On the mound, she is near perfection with speeds reaching 70 and a changeup that will stop you in your tracks. Such a talented player with a very bright future.”
Stacy Cox
Head Coach head coach at Summit High
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Athletic Excellence

The 5-foot-11 senior right-handed pitcher and outfielder led the Lava Bears (23-6) to the Class 5A state title this past season. Fisher compiled a 20-2 record in the circle with two saves to go with a 0.36 ERA, 10 shutouts, five no-hitters and four perfect games. She struck out 261 batters and walked just 18 in 134.2 innings, averaging 1.9 Ks per inning. Opposing hitters batted .092 against her and her FIP was .198. Ranked as the nation’s No. 1 prospect in her class by both Softball America and Perfect Game, she also hit .667 with 17 home runs to go with 40 RBI, 54 runs and 18 steals in as many attempts. A former two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year (2020-22), she recorded an on-base percentage of .767 and slugged 1.583 en route to an OPS of 2.350.

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Academic Achievement

Fisher has maintained a 4.13 weighted GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball on scholarship at UCLA this fall.

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Exemplary Character

A Deschutes National Forest wildland fire prevention volunteer, she has also donated her time on behalf of the Red Cross and as a peer tutor. She also mentors intellectually and physically challenged students in life skills. A member of WEB, an orientation program for middle school students, she’s served as an instructor and coach with Bend North Little League. As part of her duties in the National Honor Society, she has organized food and blood-donation drives at her school.