Susan Guldin Fischer ’93 graduated summa cum laude with Phi Beta Kappa honors and a B.A. degree in psychology and was a member of Alpha Phi sorority.
A four-year letter winner in volleyball, Fischer earned Division III all-Midwest Region honors her junior and senior seasons and was named all-conference three times.
Fischer served as the team co-captain as a senior, and led the Tigers to a 29-10 record that year. As a junior she was part of a 36-8 DePauw team which set the school record for wins and made the program’s first appearance in the NCAA Division III tournament. She graduated as DePauw’s career leader with 1,896 kills, 1,616 digs, 154 block solos and a .261 attack percentage. Fischer still ranks second in kills and fourth in digs. She set DePauw single-season records as a senior with 545 kills and a .315 attack percentage,
After graduation, Fischer went on to earn a M.A. degree in counseling psychology from Northwestern University in 1996. She later worked as a college admission professional at The Ohio State University, The College of Wooster and Ohio Wesleyan University. Today, Fischer is an active volunteer with the New Albany, Ohio, school system, helping high school seniors through the college admission process. She and her husband, Bradley P. Fischer ’93, live in New Albany with their three sons, Drew, Will and Jack.