Tricia Hildebrand-Fisher was inducted into the St. Bonaventure Athletics Hall of Fame in 2013. Hildebrand-Fisher was a two-time All-Atlantic 10 selection who, upon graduating in 2003, ranked near the top of almost every St. Bonaventure career statistical category. The shortstop finished her four years with the Bonnies with a .320 batting average, 21 home runs, 105 RBI, 159 hits (41 doubles, 13 triples) and a .917 fielding percentage over 164 games.
As a senior in 2003, Hildebrand-Fisher led the A-10 in home runs (11) and RBI (49), and as a sophomore in 2001 she topped the nation in triples per game (0.21). Among other honors, she was named All-Atlantic 10 in 2001 and 2002 and was twice named conference Player of the Week.
“Tricia was one of the best shortstops this school has ever seen,” said St. Bonaventure coach Mike Threehouse, who recruited and coached her. “She was an outstanding hitter and defensive player and started every game in her career.”
Hildebrand-Fisher, currently works for the Pennsylvania Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services where she serves as the Education Manager. Tricia is a Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology. Tricia strives to develop a love and passion for softball through hard work and positivity.