Twice named PCC Women's Athlete of the Year in 1998-99 and 1999-2000, Jennifer Fish was an elite two-sport talent for the Lancers. On the soccer team, Fish led the Lancers to its first-ever playoff appearance in 1999 when she was named the South Coast Conference Player of the Year, leading the SCC in scoring with 32 goals and 12 assists. Fish was then named All-American and finished her PCC career with 51 goals (second on the all-time scoring list). In softball, Fish was a two-time, All-SCC First Team choice at shortstop, and holds the PCC record for career RBI with 82 over two seasons. Her 43 in 2000 was a single-season mark since broken. Fish earned a scholarship and played soccer at Cal State Northridge.