Panthers Kickoff Regular Season Friday
Conference Record 4,367 Student-Athletes Recognized
The Panthers will field a young but experienced squad this season.
QUOTING MILLER: “Jo has been sidelined with injury for much of the last two seasons. Now that she is in full health, we hope she can carve out a role greater than she’s had.”
2015: Did not appear.
2014: Played in 10 matches as a true freshman and recorded 242 minutes of action on the season…Saw a career-high 40 minutes of field time vs. Akron (Aug. 22).
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 graduate of Friends Central High School in Wynnewood, Pa....Four-time varsity soccer starter for head coach Ben Davey...Led Friends Central to two Friends School League championships in 2011 and 2012...Two-time First Team All-League selection and First Team Main Line selection (senior and sophomore seasons)...Injured as a junior...Selected as the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association Player of the Year after leading the league in assists as a sophomore...Named Friends School League Player of the Year as a sophomore...Scored winning goal in the Phoenix's 1-0 win over GFS in the Friends School League championship game...Started at forward as a freshman and led the league in goals...Played with FC Delco from 2007-14...Led FC Delco to the Bethesda tournament title in 2010, U.S. Club regional title in 2010 and an EPYSA state title in 2010...Played for the Spirit United Fire from 2004-07.
PERSONAL: Born Josephine Audrey Fischer on October 11, 1995...Daughter of Henry and Cindy Fischer...Has a younger sister Daphne...Always known that she wanted to play soccer in college...Volunteers at a barn, where she boards, rides and competes with horses...Undeclared major and enrolled in the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences.
Minutes: 40, vs. Akron, 8/22/14.
Shots: 1, vs. Robert Morris, 8/27/14.
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