Coach Fisher is entering is 6th season as the Cowgirl head coach, and his main objective when taking over the reigns was to change the culture along with bring back the winning tradition at Connors State.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to coach at Connors State, which is one of the winningest women’s junior college basketball programs in the state of Oklahoma,” said Fisher. "Coach Madewell did an unbeleivable job establishing the Cowgirl Basketball Program as powerhouse, and then Coach Eddie Kite did a fantastic job continuing the tradition here, and i am just honored to be the head coach and just adding my own footprint to what these two coaches have established,"“Our teams will be respectfu, competitive student athetes who will strive be successful in the classroom as well as on the basketball court."
Since Fisher has been at the helm of the Cowgirl Basketball Program the Cowgirls have posted 82-75 record the past five seasons. In Fisher's tenure he has been fortunate to recruit and coach 17 student athletes, who have moved onto the 4 year level, 10 OCAC All-Conference Players, and 13 NJCAA Academic All Americans.
The 2019-2020 Team posted a 20-12 record and advanced to the Region 2 Quarterfinals for the 4th season in a row. Fisher saw 4 sophomores advance their basketball career to 4 year schools with likes of Bethune Cookman Univeristy (Division 1), Ouchita Baptist Univeristy (Division 2) and Panhandle State Univeristy (NAIA). Also for the first time ever in program history the Cowgirls were fortunate enough to have four student athletes named to the NJCAA Academic All American Team.
Another milestone season for Fisher was in the 2016-2017 season when his team advanced to the NJCAA Region 2 Tournament in Shawnee for the first time in five seasons in which Fisher was honored with being tabbed OCAC/Region 2 Coach of the Year in his first ever full-season as the Cowgirl head coach.
Prior to Coach Fisher being elevated to the head coaching position at Connors State he served as the assistant coach for three years. During his time of being an assistant Fisher duties were in assisting in recruiting, scouting, player development, and fundraising.
Fisher spent four years in Big Spring, Texas, at Howard College before moving to Connors State.
While working at Howard Fisher worked under Head Coach Earl Diddle, who has coached on every level including the UAE Olympic team.
In Fisher’s tenure at Howard the Lady Hawks won over 85 games and qualified for two NJCAA Region 5 tournaments and one NJCAA National Tournament.
In Fisher’s first season at Howard the Lady Hawks compiled a record of 26-9 winning the Region 5 tournament and qualifying for the NJCAA National Tournament in Salina, Kansas.
Fisher’s was fortunate enough to help recruit and coach 10 WJCAC All Conference players, 5 All Region 5 players, 4 NJCAA Academic All Americans, and 20 players moved on to play at the four year level to schools like Stephen F Austin, University of Houston, and Iowa State University.