5 Leigh Fishback
5 Leigh Fishback
Height: 5-8
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Edmonds, Wash.
High School: Edmonds-Woodway
Position: S
Major: Undeclared

As a freshman: Appeared in 21 matches for the Bulldogs, seeing time in 65 games... Dished out 86 assists, good for second on the team... Served up 10 aces in limited action with a .957 serve percentage... Recorded 76 digs and a block assist... Season-best 14 assists vs. Eastern Illinois on Sept. 3... Posted 14 digs at Holy Cross on Oct. 6... Named to the NEC Academic Honor Roll.

Before Bryant: Fishback was a three-year starter and letterwinner for the Warriors... Team captain as a senior... Led team to a 35-7 record over her three seasons, including a perfect mark at home... As a senior was named to the all-area second team... Led Edmonds-Woodway to a third-place finish in districts and an appearance in the 4A state tournament as a sophomore, ending the season with a 12-2 record in league play... Team won the WESCO South Championship as a junior, finishing second in districts and earning another appearance in the 4A state playoffs... As a senior, led team to an 11-3 league record and a third-consecutive 4A state tournament appearance... Two-time First Team All-WESCO South selection (senior and junior year) and a second team all-league honoree as a sophomore in 2007... Was named the Player of the Week by the Seattle Times, the Everett Herald and the Edmonds Enterprise throughout the 2007 season... Has broken her own school record for single-season assists per game in each of the past two years and holds the top-3 spots in the category, posting 10.2 aps as a senior in 2009 to set the current school mark... Holds two more school records for assists in a career (1375) and assists per set in a career (9.9)... Played club for Rain City Lokahi from 2008-09... Rain City U-18 team was ranked fourth in the Puget Sound region.

Personal: Daughter of Bud and Layne Fishback, Leigh Alison Fishback was born on September 1, 1992... Has one sister, Tara... Father played basketball and mother played volleyball at Western Washington University.