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Devon Fisk


Senior - Forward
West Chester, PA
West Chester Quakers

2012-13 ACHA All-American Honorable Mention
2012-13 ACHA First Team All-Tournament
2012-13 Kyle Rossi Lady Ice Lions Rookie of the Year
2012-13 Lady Ice Lions Freshman Academic Achievement Award
2013-14 ACHA Second Team All-American
2013-14 ACHA First Team All-Tournament
2013-14 Maurice H. Stroemel Lady Ice Lions Most Valuable Player
2014-15 ECWHL Second Team All-Conference

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2015-16: A brilliant Lady Ice Lions career wound up in December 2015, as Fisk graduated in three-and-a-half years with a degree in biobehavioral health (and minors in biology and neuroscience), a straight-A transcript and status as college marshal for Penn State's College of Health and Human Development during its commencement ceremony. On the ice, she suited up 11 times, adding a pair of goals and seven points to end as the team's number two all-time scorer with 49 snipes and 84 points.

2014-15: Fisk's junior year was mostly status quo: she remained a perfect 4.0 student while also proving that her sublime hockey skill translated to the ACHA Division 1 level from Division 2. She started the season by winning a duel of superstars with Vermont's Emily Ford with a hat trick and an assist on September 28, 2014, then closed it with a power play marker against Massachusetts on March 5, 2015 at the ACHA National Tournament - a goal that was 1:07 away from standing as the winner in the eventual draw. In addition to the UVM contest, Fisk posted two other four-point outings, on November 2, 2014 against Navy and on January 31, 2015 versus Northeastern. Her two assists at Rhode Island on November 9, 2014 were integral to Penn State's takedown of the then-number-four Rams.

2013-14: Fisk continued as one of the ACHA's top offensive threats as a sophomore, leading the national runners-up in most offensive statistical categories (and ending up with the awards haul to prove it) for the second season in a row. She notched multi-point games in exactly half of her 24 outings, including six multi-goal efforts, none more significant than her pair of tallies 3:56 apart late in the first period of the ACHA semifinals against rival California on March 15, 2014 that stood as just enough offense to boost Penn State to the championship game. In all, Fisk totaled six goals and an assist at nationals to earn her way on to the first all-tournament team. She burned the Vulcans for another pair on October 12, 2013 to help the Lady Ice Lions to a first-ever win over Cal, and also scored a late winner on the power play to top Delaware in the CHE playoffs on February 21, 2014. The dynamic stickhandler and outstanding student's scoring output was matched in other less heralded aspects of the game, as Fisk was both effective and dangerous on the backcheck and the penalty kill as well.

2012-13: Rustin High School product Fisk stepped into the Penn State lineup as a freshman and led the team or tied for the team lead in goals, assists, points, power play goals and game winning goals. She potted a career-best four tallies against Slippery Rock on December 9, 2012, half of a two-game, seven-goal stretch that began against Maryland on November 3, 2012. Fisk took ACHA All-Tournament accolades home from Ashburn, VA with three goals in five games, including the winner against West Region top seed Alaska on March 7, 2013 and an overtime-forcing marker on the advantage in an eventual semifinal victory over Wisconsin-Stout two days later.

Career Statistics:
Season GP G A Pts. PIM PP SH GW
2012-13
14
15
6
21
10
1
0
3
2013-14
24
20
10
30
12
1
0
4
2014-15
27
12
14
26
12
2
0
0
2015-16
11
2
5
7
0
0
0
0
Career
76
49
35
84
34
4
0
7