Conor Dishman competed at Cooperstown Dreams Park with the Saline Blue Jays (MI) during Week 3 in 2005.
Conor graduated from Father-Gabriel Richard High School (Ann Arbor, MI) in 2011. He was a member of the baseball and basketball teams. On the diamond, Conor, a catcher and infielder, helped his team to three consecutive Catholic League Championships (2009, 2010, 2011). During his scholastic career, Conor set a national high school hitting streak record, collecting hits in 58 straight games. On the state level, he is third all time for hits in a season (77), all time career hits (236), and all time RBI (174) as well as seventh all time for doubles. Conor finished his junior season (2010) with a .550 batting average, 67 RBIs and eight home runs. He posted a .602 batting average with 77 hits and 65 RBI his senior year (2011). Conor's accolades include a three-time state Dream Team selection, MHSSA All District, CHSL honoree, Division 3 first-team all state, and All-Washtenaw County Baseball Team.
In addition to his high school team, Conor competed with the Michigan Blue Jays travel organization. In 2010, Conor and the 18-under Michigan Blue Jays were runners-up at USSSA 18-under Elite World Championships. Upon completiion of his high school career, Conor went on to Wabash Valley College (Mt. Carmel, IL) where he was a member of the baseball team in 2012 and 2013