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  Kate Fuller
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Suwanee
Home State: Georgia
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Kestone National
Height: 5-9
Weight:
Birth Date: Thursday, January 09, 1992
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Marketing
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
SENIOR SEASON (2013-14)   • Recipient of the Doyle E. Mote Women's Tennis Scholarship Endowment   JUNIOR SEASON (2012-13)   • Helped team to a 24-4 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 5. • An ITA All-American in doubles with Silvia Garcia after going 26-4 and advancing to the NCAA Doubles Quarterfinals. Was ranked as high as No. 1. • An All-SEC Second Team Selection •Ranked No. 21 going 31-8 in singles and went a combined 40-8 in doubles • Set the Georgia single season record for doubles wins in a season with NCAA First Round win vs. Winthrop (Chelsey Gullickson, 35, 2012). • Was ITA Southeast Regional doubles champion with Lauren Herring. • Named to 2013 ITA Collegiate All-Star Team with doubles partner Silvia Garcia • Named to the SEC Community Service Team • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Named to the UGA Athletic Director's Honor Roll • Serves as President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.) • Appointed to the UGA Athletic Association Board of Directors as a student-athlete represenative.   SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011-12)   • Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • Earned All-SEC 2nd Team honors • 27-12 in singles and ranked No. 96 and 30-14 in doubles including No. 46 with Nadja Gilchrist with a 4-2 mark • Named to the NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team at No. 1 doubles with Nadja Gilchrist • Had four match-clinching wins including three-set comeback over Alex Anghelescu to beat rival Georgia Tech 4-3 in Atlanta • Registered three-set win over No. 21 ranked Jillian O'Neill (Ga. Tech) in fall action • Named to SEC Community Service Team • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Recipient of the UGAAA Women's Tennis Scholarship Endowment • ITA preseason doubles ranking of No. 20 with Lauren Herring • Serves as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C)   FREsHMAN SEASON (2010-11)   • An ITA All-American in doubles with Chelsey Gullickson, duo went 17-6 and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals • Final ITA doubles ranking of No. 8 • Posted an 18-10 singles record including 12-4 in dual matches and clinched two team wins; Went 26-13 overall in doubles including 14-5 at No. 1 in the lineup • Earned All-SEC Second Team honors and named to the SEC Community Service team for superior service efforts • Earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors in March after going a combined 4-0 in wins over Butler and No. 24 Yale • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8 • Selected to the Dean William Tate Honor Society, which is the most prestigious honor a UGA freshman may receive and is based on leadership, scholarship and service. It is a four-year commitment with annual service projects and spring philanthropy. • Serves as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) • Recipient of the UGA Athletic Association Women's Tennis Scholarship Endowment   JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL   • Solid junior career and gained experience in a variety of international junior tournaments • Trained at the Windward Tennis Academy in Alpharetta, Ga., under coach Cannon Campbell and completed degree requirements through Keystone National H • A Blue Chip recruit and #38 overall in the Top 100 by Tennis Recruiting.Net • Finalist at the 2009 Girls 18s USTA Winter National Championships • Combined ranking of #11 in the final 2008 USTA Girls 18s and #25 in 2009 • 2008 Georgia Junior Tennis Player of the Year • 2008 Recipient of the Bill Ozaki Junior Sportsmanship Award for the Southern Section of the USTA • Finished as one of the top two USTA National 16 and under players in 2007 and earned a special exemption into the main draw of two ITF tournaments • Ranked as high as #149 in the ITF Junior Rankings   PERSONAL   • Born: Jan. 9, 1992 in Marion, Ohio • Parents: Jim and Jane Fuller • Major: Marketing • Family: Has two older sisters who played collegiate tennis, Kari at Presbyterian and Kristen at Jacksonville State