Jamie Fishencord

Jamie Fishencord

Player Profile


Littleton, Colo.

High School:
Hertiage HS






New Mexico record holder in the weight throw, discus and hammer throw...has enjoyed a meteoric rise in both events, establishing herself among the Mountain West elite last spring...coaches expect her and teammate Amanda Barnes to continue to provide a solid scoring punch in the throwing events this season...has two years of outdoor eligibility remaining after redshirting the spring of 2002...also a two-time Academic All-MWC honoree...2005: (outdoor) Led the Lobos in the hammer and was No. 2 on the team (9th in the MWC) in the discus...unleashed a throw of 192-06 at home in Albuquerque to shatter her own school record in the hammer...mark was the sixth-best in the NCAA Midwest Region...surpassed the regional qualifying standard four times...placed third at the MWC Championships with a throw of 180-10 to become the first UNM woman to earn all-conference honors in the hammer...went on to place 12th at the Midwest Regionals (178-11)...established a PR of 152-10 in a fifth place finish in the discus at the Lobo Invite...competed in 17 events and had 9 top-5 finishes on the year, including a win in Texas Tech's Wes Kittley Open...Academic All-MWC honoree...(indoor) Finished ninth in the weight throw at the MWC Championships with a personal record throw of 55-01.00...was ranked second on the team in the event behind senior Amanda Barnes...season-best fourth place finish at Texas Tech (50-08.75)... 2004: (outdoor) Owned the team's top marks and was ranked in the top-10 of the MWC in both the discus and hammer...qualified for the Midwest Regional Championships for the first time with a career-best hammer throw of 179-04...finished six spots higher than she was seeded at the regional meet, placing 11th with a toss of 178-11...passed teammate Amanda Barnes' school record in the discus by one inch with a throw of 151-09 at the MWC Championships...in the process, became the first UNM woman ever to score in the discus at the MWC meet with a 7th place finish...also finished 9th in the hammer at the conference meet with a throw of 172-04...notched her first career hammer throw win in the season-opener at the Willie Williams Classic in Tucson...surpassed the regional qualifying standard in the event six times during the season...Academic All-MWC honoree...(indoor) Became the first UNM woman to score in the weight throw at a conference meet with an 8th place finish at the MWC Championships...reclaimed her school record from Amanda Barnes with a toss of 53-11.75 at the MWC meet...mark was also over a foot beyond her previous best...finished second in the event at Houston and Texas Tech...2003: (outdoor) Enjoyed a breakthrough season as a redshirt freshman, leading the team in the hammer with a toss of 157-03, which was good for 13th at the MWC Championships...discus winner at the NMSU Invitational and notched five top-3 finishes on the season...Academic All-MWC honoree...(indoor) Specialized in the weight throw, trading the school record back-and-forth with teammate Amanda Barnes...finished with a season-best mark of 47-05.25 (15th) at the MWC Championships...2002: (outdoor/indoor) Redshirted both seasons...


Three-year letterwinner in track and field at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo. under head coach Bill Krape...two-time state finalist in the discus...placed sixth as a junior and fourth as a senior in the event...also qualified for the state meet in the shot put as a senior...three-time city discus champion and 2001 regional champ... Outstanding Athlete Award winner and was an honors graduate as well.


Born on Sept. 22, 1982 in Littleton, Colo....age is 23...full name is Jamie Nicole Fishencord...daughter of Mark and Jody Fishencord...has a brother, Matt (26), and a step-sister Kristen (19)...owns a black belt in Shotokan karate...major is International Management...would like to serve as an U.S. ambassador or get involved in an international environment conservation program.


Discus: 152-10, Hammer: 192-06


Weight Throw: 55-01.00