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2005-06 Men's Basketball
00 Shaun Durant Center
1 Trey Williams Guard
2 Cameron Robinson Forward
5 Brian Fisk Guard
11 Joe Peters Guard
12 Brandon Hartwell Guard
13 Will Mantlo Guard
14 Eddie Ard Guard
20 LaKory Daniels Guard
24 Israel Kirk Forward
32 Jason Guyette Forward
33 Ryan Daniel Forward
34 James Poindexter Guard
42 Michael Lusk Guard
40 Thomas Pfaff Forward
43 Kris Alpers Center
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Brian Fisk

#5 Brian Fisk

POS. Guard
HT. 6-2
WT. 205
HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Newbern, Tenn. (Dyer County)
Coach Sanderson says: [quote]Brian is one of our toughest competitors on both ends of the floor. He is our lock-down defender. He is going to guard the best player on the other team. He expends a lot of energy defensively, but he offensively he has done a very good job for us as well.[quote] 2005-2006 Named First Team All-Atlantic Sun. ...Twice named A-Sun Player of the Week (Jan. 23-29) and Dec. 19-25). ...One of two players on team to score more than 30 points in a game. ...His 31 points at Jacksonville Jan. 7, 2006 is a career high. ...Has already surpassed the 1,000-point mark. ...Set a new school record with 22 consecutive games in double figures in scoring. ...Shot 1.000 percent from the free throw line six times. ...Led team in scoring nine times, tied three times for the lead. ...Finished the season with team-leading 23-point performance at Texas-El Paso in NIT Tournament. ...Made a season-high eight reboundsat Florida Atlantic (Jan. 24, 2006). ...Made 10 field goals three times (vs Campbell Jan. 4, 2006, at Jacksonville Jan. 7, 2006 and vs Florida Atlantic Jan. 29, 2006). ...Twice made four 3-point field goals (vs Mercer Jan. 14, 2006 and vs Florida Atlantic Jan. 29, 2006). ...Made nine 3-point field goal attempts at Stetson Feb. 6, 2006. ...Season-high 10 free throws made vs Liberty Dec. 10, 2006). ...Twice made 21 field goal attempts (at Belmont Jan. 31, 2006 and at Tennessee Dec. 20, 2006). ...Made 12 free throw attempts vs Liberty (Dec. 10, 2006). ...Credited with seven assists vs Campbell (Jan. 4, 2006). ...Made seven steals at Belmont (Jan. 31, 2006). ...Played season-high 41 minutes vs Belmont (Jan. 20, 2006). ...Twice blocked two shots in a game (vs East Tennessee Feb. 24, 2006 and at Campbell Feb. 16, 2006). ...Played a team-leading 31.6 minutes per game. ...Second on team in scoring with 16 points per game, one of three players on the team to finish in double figures last season. 2004-2005 Season: Led team in scoring with 14.1 ppg average . ...Third in rebounding ( 5.4 pr game). ...Team leader in assists with 3.5 per game. Only player to start all 28 games. ...Scored in double figures in 20-of-28 games. ...Led team in scoring nine times, tied for lead once. ...Set new school record for steals in a game with six against Jacksonville Feb. 3, 2005. ...Team leader in steals in nine games, tied for lead in eight. Led team in assists seven times, tied for lead seven times. ...Named to Sporting News Preseason All-Atlantic Sun Team. ...Member of the All-Atlantic Sun Second Team.

2003-2004 Season: Named to Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team. ...Led team in several categories: points (11.5), assists (2.8), steals (1.9), free throws made (2.2), field goal attempts (9.4), field goals made (4.0), and minutes played per game (32.4). ...He and junior point guard James Poindexter were the only players on the team to average in double figures. ...Recorded 15 double-figure games in scoring, scored 20 or more points three times. ...Top scorer in seven games with a season-high of 26 points at Campbell University, the second highest single-game point production on the team. ...Also had the third highest points total in a single game with 24 against Campbell University on Jan. 22. ...Tied or led the Bisons in rebounds in six games with an individual and team season-and a career-high 14 Feb. 5 against Florida Atlantic. ...Finished with his only double-double of the season in the Florida Atlantic game as he also scored 16 points. ...His 10 field goals made against Campbell University Jan. 22 tied for the team high. ...His 18 field goals attempted in that game was second highest for the season. ...His nine-for-nine effort at the free throw line Jan. 31 against Campbell University was a season team-high. ... Played in 28 games, started 26.

High School: Ranked as No. 2 player in Tennessee by ...Finalist for TSSAA Class AA Mr. Basketball Award as a senior. ...Averaged 16 points per game his senior season. ...Also an all-state football player.

Personal: Graduate of Dyer County High School. ...Majoring in physical education. ...Born Feb. 4, 1985. ...Parents are Shelia and James Fisk.

Reason why he chose Lipscomb: The nice atmosphere.

                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2003-04   28-26   907/32.4  112-269  .416   38-101  .376   61-85   .718  37-78   115  4.1  79-3   78  79   1  52  323/11.5
2004-05   28-28   956/34.1  138-367  .376   48-142  .338   71-100  .710  41-109  150  5.4  74-3   98  70   8  58  395/14.1
2005-06   32-32  1011/31.6  182-425  .428   49-132  .371   98-126  .778  28-97   125  3.9  69-1   98  93   9  59  511/16.0
TOTAL     88-86  2874/32.7  432-1061 .407  135-375  .360  230-311  .740 106-284  390  4.4 222-7  274 242  18 169 1229/14.0