Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Jeff Fuller 18U White (Full Season) CPYHA Clifton Park NY
Primary Position Left Defense
Secondary Positions RD, C
Physical Attributes
Shoots Bench Press (max)
R 100
Ice Hockey Honors

Sole female member of her CPYHA U14, and U18 teams since 2016 season. Member of TVHL Championship team 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 seasons. Participated part-time at U14 Girls Dynamo level 2017-2018 and participated in USA Hockey Girls NYS Playoffs.


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High School
Colonie High School
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Guidance Counselor
Kristin Mesick
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Mechanical Engineering
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Nuclear Physics
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Computational and Applied Mathematics
Other Academic Information
Enrolled in Project Lead the Way Pre Engineering Program, AP World History, Honors English, Algebra 2, French 4 and Chemistry.
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Personal Highlights

4th child of 5, older brother D1 club roller hockey champion 2015 Drexel, brother Jonathan signed D2 men's volleyball scholarship recipient, father Jeff D1 scholarship baseball pitcher, mother Kathy was D1 selected basketball center, Caroline is a three sport athlete. Varsity letter earned in tennis as Freshman and Sophomore and Section 2 Scholar Athlete Award Fall 2017 and Fall 2018 Tennis.

Ice Hockey 2018-2019 sole female U18 Midget player, 2017-2018 AAA level Girls 14U and sole female member of U14B team, she was on winning back to back TVHL championship teams.
2018 Participant in USA hockey NYS girls Tier 1 tournament.
2018 Mod 9 softball team member.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Being a collegiate athlete would be the ultimate expression of my hard work, drive and determination in all areas. From the classroom to rink, court and field, nothing in my life is done half way.
Being able to continue with sports in college would show my commitment to myself, my family, my school and my community to be an example of excellence.and it would be an honor.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

As a member of a large family, I bring a sense of calm and quiet to my teammates. As the only female member of a U14 checking hockey team, I often show my teammates that being physical, although a part of the game, does not have to be the game. Intelligent play and strategy can be the winning edge. As a scholar first than athlete, I often am at the rink for hours before my practice times because of my little brother. I'm always using my time wisely and can be found doing my homework. Often my teammates will bring work and study with me. I guess being from a big family I bring a sense of relaxation and attitude of fun because that's what sports are supposed to be!

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Healthy athletic performance as a student athlete is about balance. Always remembering that it's a game is where I start. I'm very lucky to be able to play sports and the classroom. My recently deceased aunt, who was born with developmental and intellectual delays, lived with our family for a long time when I was young. She loved to play games with us kids and although the rules sometimes were difficult for her; she never gave up. She laughed and enjoyed just playing the game. Just enjoying the game, working hard and knowing that if you love the game success is that ability.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Serving my community has been instilled in me for as long as I can remember. Through community service, I can humbly serve those less fortunate than I am and it makes me feel as if I can make a small difference.
From service to my school as a member of the executive committee and stage crew to sports field clean up days to helping my parents with food pantry donations and my mother's philanthropic efforts to aid the homeless and food insecure; serving others is a big part of my life.

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