Fisher was a star shooting guard for UCSB from 2001-05 and played an integral role in the Gauchos’ Sweet Sixteen run in 2004. She ended her collegiate career as a member of UCSB’s All-Decade Team (2000-09) and is the most accurate shooting guard in school in UCSB and Big West history with a .523 shooting percentage. Fisher finished her career as the 11th leading scorer in school history (currently 12th) in netting 1,378 points. In addition, she ranks in the career top-10 for UCSB in field goal percentage (No. 6 – .523), assists (No. 10 – 327), and free throws made (No. 9 – 333). Fisher made the All-Big West team in every year of her career and also made the conference’s All-Freshman team in 2002. She also led the Gauchos to four Big West Conference Championships and four trips to the NCAA Tournament.
Through high school, Marko attended the Spire Institute Academy in Ohio, and later played club basketball for BC Cibona Zagreb. The Croatian club is a founding member and shareholder of the Adriatic basketball association, which led to Marko’s recruitment to the 2013 Croatian National Championship team and his time on the court in the 2014 Croatian National Championship game. As well as participating in the national team, Marko kept himself busy in Croatia by competing in various Junior Euroleague tournaments. Outside of professional competition, Marko intends to pass on his knowledge using the extensive experience that he possesses to his young athletes and continues to do so at FSA.
Hannah played high school basketball in California, leading her team to the championship in 2013, and was later named the California Southern Section Player of the Year. She was awarded First Team All-State for Division 3AA and became nationally ranked as the 83rd prospect by Brett McCormick’s All Star Girls report. Once recruited to the University of Washington first team, she displayed her skillset and solidified her name in a multitude of franchise accomplishments, including starting all of 30 games per season, recording the first collegiate double-double at Cal, becoming the 3rd player in program history to record 33+ rebounds in 2 consecutive games, was the team’s fourth-leading rebounder and maintained relatively double-digit scoring games through the ending years of her college career. Her career statistics boast 511 points, 413 rebounds, 63 assists and 44 steals. Determined to inspire new athletes, she joined FSA with the hope of sharing her love for the game.