WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Former Purdue volleyball player and student assistant coach, Tiffany Fisher has a new coaching job.
Fisher has joined the College of Charleston's staff as an assistant coach.
Fisher played middle blocker for Purdue from 2008-2011. She posted double digit kills in 38 career matches and five or more blocks 25 times during her time at Purdue. She was a student assistant coach for Purdue in 2012.
An honorable mention All-America selection, All-Mideast Region and unanimous All-Big Ten selection as a senior, Fisher led Purdue to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including two Sweet 16 berths and an Elite Eight appearance in 2010.
Fisher is the latest member of the Purdue program to join the coaching ranks. Defensive specialist Brittany Dildine is an assistant coach at Wisconsin, while defensive specialist Kelli Miller is an assistant at Ball State and outside hitter Lisa Pierce is an assistant at Samford. Former manager Kyle Shondell, who spent the 2012 season as an assistant coach at Western Illinois, was named the head coach at Rock Valley College in May.
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