We are working hard to bring you as many updates as possible on Cinnaminson High School athletic alumni. Today, we have a conversation with Widener University student Kevin Fisher, who played tennis, soccer and wrestling for the Pirates during his time in high school.
What factors helped you choose Widener? They were one of few colleges that I had in mind that offered my major, Forensic Accounting.
Favorite class so far in college? Business Law.
Favorite movie? Kicking and Screaming.
Favorite class at CHS? Hands down…Foods.
You played three sports at CHS. Which one was your favorite? Hard to pick a favorite.
Most memorable moment from CHS athletic career? Winning wrestling districts as a team my junior year.
Have you played any sports, varsity or club, at Widener? Wrestling.
Who was your biggest supporter during your CHS athletic career? Mr. Mike Beirao.
Was it difficult to play three sports in high school? Not really; it was just hard putting time towards a specific sport.
Which sport was the most challenging for you in high school? 100% wrestling, you gotta work so hard to be successful.
What is your biggest piece of advice for this year’s senior class? Do not pick an 8am class in college you’ll hate it after the first class.
How did you adjust to college and the way classes are scheduled? It is a lot better in college because you have classes spread out and only 2-3 a day.
What do you miss most about CHS? Playing sports and less homework.
Image courtesy of Kevin Fisher