Honors and Awards:
2017 Summit League Second Team...Summit League Defensive Player of the Week (10/10/16).
Career: Finished in a tie for seventh in CAPS in Denver’s Division I history with 75, seeing 4921 minutes of action at outside back for DU’s defense…Scored one career goal, a game-winner in 2016, and tallied three assists.
2017: Played in 18 of Denver’s 19 matches, starting 17 of them at outside back…Assisted Eric Kronenberg’s game-winner in Denver’s 3-0 win against UC Davis (9/15)… Played on a Denver back-four that allowed just 54 shots on goal for an average of 2.84/per game…Denver’s defense combined for a 0.76 goals against average.
Played and started in all 24 matches, seeing 1,969 minutes of action for the Crimson and Gold…Netted the game-winner in Denver’s 1-0 win at IUPUI (10/7)… Part of a Denver back line that finished third in the country in goals against average (0.52) and third in shutout percentage (0.58), did not allow a shot against Saint Louis (9/15) and did not allow a shot on goal in five matches.
Appeared in 18 matches making 12 starts… Played 1,105 min...Played left back in a Denver back four that allowed a 0.40 goals against-average, kept a 0.63 shutout percentage (12 clean sheets), and allowed just 2.5 shots on goal per game.
Made his debut for the Pioneers on August 31, playing 27 minutes versus Navy...Picked up first career assist on September 14th, setting up Kosta Kordistos for the game winning goal in 1-0 verdict over New Hampshire...Also gained an assist in 2-1 win over Portland on September 21st, setting up Kyle Emerson's game winning tally.
Played club soccer for Colorado Rush...Two-time member of Rush Select Team...Member of Colorado U-16 Olympic Development Program.
Born November 15, 1995 in California...Son of Gary and Teri Fuller...Has three sisters, Callie, Lauren, and Caitlin...Intends to study physics and engineering...Chose Denver because he has been a longtime fan of the hockey program...Hopes to one day apply his degree into a well-known business where he can continue to advance his skills in his respective field...Also recruited by Washington, Wake Forest, and Syracuse.