Senior (2011-12): For the third time in her career, Fischer played in every game of the season for the Big Green ... finished third on the team in points with 31, second in assists with 19 and third in goals with 12 ... tied her season career high in assists, and set a new career high in points ... named ECAC Hockey's Co-Best Defensive Foward for the second consecutive season ... earned the honor along with Cornell's Chelsea Karpenko ... Fischer had three power-play goals, four game-winning goals, one shorthanded goal and one game-tying goal ... was second on the team with a plus/minus of +26 ... started the season with a point in the team's first five games ... had a second five-game point streak from Jan. 7 through Jan. 20 ... had a season high four points on two goals and two assists at home against Yale on Feb. 17 ... in 22 conference games, she had 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points, along with three power-play goals and three game-winning goals.
Junior (2010-11): After not playing her sophomore season, she played in all 34 games ... was one of three assistant captains ... finished fifth on the team in points with 28 ... scored nine goals and tallied 19 assists, which was second on the team ... she not only recorded points, but was named the ECAC's Co-Best Defensive Forward with Karlee Overguard of Cornell ... had one power play goal, a shorthanded goal and a game-winning goal ... finished the season with a plus/minus ratio of +11 ... had five games with two or more points and three games with three or more points ... tallied a single-game career high with three assists in a 5-0 home victory over Connecticuton Jan. 2 ... in 22 ECAC games, she had four goals and 13 assists ... had a four-game point streak from Jan. 18 through Jan. Jan. 28 ... she also had a three-game point streak from Feb. 5 through Feb. 12 ... took 131 shots ... sent to the penalty box 12 times for 24 minutes.
Freshman (2008-09): Saw action in all of Dartmouth's 34 games with 15 goals and 11 assists for 26 points ... led all freshman in two offensive categories ... also netted six power play goals and was tied for third on the team with 14 power play points ... was named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on Jan. 12, after a two-goal effort against Yale and a two-point game versus Brown ... scored a goal in her first collegiate game at Princeton on Oct. 31 ... posted a season-high four points against Rensselaer with two goals, one on the power play and a pair of assists ... posted a season-high three-game point streak from Jan. 9 at Yale to Jan. 13 against Providence with a pair of two-point games ... scored the lone goal in the 2-1 loss to Colgate ... tied for the team-lead in game-winning goals with four ... named the team's Rookie of the Year and was invited to the Canadian National Team's conditioning camp.
Before Dartmouth: Fischer ended her Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League with the Lloydminster PWM Steelers, earning the league’s Most Valuable Player Award ... collected the AMMFHL Leading Scorer Award and the Player’s Player Award in 2008 ... played 27 games for the Steelers, scoring 32 goals and adding 34 assists for 66 points ... tallied a league-leading seven shorthanded goals ... won the gold medal for the AMMFHL in 2006-07 ... competed in curling, golf and fastball (softball) while attending Irma High School ... earned the gold medal at the Alberta Honda Hit, Run and Throw for fastball.
Personal: Reagan Elizabeth Fischer was born on February 11, 1990 ... daughter of Brent and Beret Fischer ... has a brother and a sister ... uncle, Greg, played hockey at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
FISCHER'S CAREER STATISTICS