Mark Fisher began his coaching career Stanberry High School in 1981 and was there for five years before moving to Owensville for three. He then moved to Greenwood Laboratory School where he had immediate success over his 14-year tenure. He accumulated seven District Championships and 368 total wins. He was also the Blue and Gold Tournament Director for 14 years and was the Southwest Representative for the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association for several years. Coach Fisher was named the Springfield Public Schools Athletic Director in 2003 and remained in that position until 2015. During that time, Coach Fisher raised millions of dollars to enhance the facilities at all of the five high schools. He was also the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions Director, the most attended high school tournament in the nation. In July of 2015, Fisher became the Vice President and Director of Athletics at Drury University. In his short time at Drury, he has already left his mark by adding and enhancing each program under his leadership. He has added NCAA sports and non-NCAA sports for the student-athletes to participate and be involved in. In 2015, Fisher was inducted in the Springfield Area Sports Hall of Fame. Throughout his career, he has been a pillar for our association’s mission of promoting basketball in the state of Missouri. Fisher is married to his wife Debbie, and has three children, Treyvor, Ashley, and Ben. He also has four grandchildren, Kinley, Blakely, Graham, and Brooks.