Personal: Fiedler is the daughter of Nita and Karl Fiedler and has one brother. In high school, she lettered in basketball, lacrosse, and field hockey at Garrison Forest School. Fiedler earned a bachelor's degree in finance from Loyola Maryland and went on to receive a master's degree in business administration. She currently works as a client associate at RBC Wealth Management for the Brinton Dingle Vaughan Group.
At Loyola Maryland: Fiedler played for five years and started in 57 out of 78 games. Throughout her college career, she scored 174 goals and provided 87 assists. Additionally, she recorded 117 ground balls and caused 45 turnovers. Fiedler finished her career as the ninth-ranked goal scorer in Loyola Maryland history and also ranked ninth in career points with 259. She is the only midfielder in the program's history to be ranked in the top 10 for career goals, assists, and points. Fiedler received numerous accolades during her time at Loyola Maryland, including being named an Inside Lacrosse All-American twice and earning First-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors as a senior. She was also selected to the All-Patriot League Teams three times, with First-Team distinction in her final two years. Fiedler played a pivotal role in leading Loyola Maryland to three consecutive Patriot League Tournament championships and three regular season titles. As a graduate student, she started in 21 games and ranked third on the team in assists (34) and points (74). During the 2022 season, Fiedler was the Greyhounds' fourth-leading goal scorer with 40 goals. She ended the season with a 19-game point streak and had a standout performance with six points against Colgate. Fiedler continued to excel in her senior season, earning First-Team IWLCA All-Region recognition after scoring 32 goals and providing 13 assists in 10 games. Unfortunately, her season was cut short due to injury, but she had scored multiple goals in all 10 games before then. In the 2020 season, Fiedler led the team with 19 goals and five assists. During her sophomore year, she had an impressive .679 shot percentage, leading NCAA Division I, and scored a career-best 53 goals on 79 shots. Fiedler also topped the Patriot League with 51 ground balls during that season. In her freshman year, she appeared in all 21 games and scored 30 goals with nine assists.