Katie Fuller
    Katie  Fuller


    Olivenhain, Calif.

    High School:
    La Costa Canyon




    All-American Katie Fuller Hired as Director of Operations

    The Trojans welcome back Fuller who has been serving as an assistant in the USC athletic department


    2013 USC Women's Volleyball Season Outlook

    The Women of Troy are well balanced as they prepare to make a run at the 2013 NCAA championship


    2012 Women of Troy Awards Announced at Team Banquet

    USC junior libero Natalie Hagglund received the Paula Weishoff Award as the team's Most Valuable Player


    Hagglund and Fuller Receive AVCA All-America Honors

    Freshman outside hitter Samantha Bricio earned All-America honorable mention


    Longhorns Lasso Trojans for NCAA Semifinal Berth

    The fourth-ranked USC women's volleyball team was eliminated from postseason play by No. 3 Texas


    NCAA Volleyball: USC vs. Texas

    The sixth-seeded Women of Troy fell, 3-0, to third-seeded Texas in the Austin Regional Final.


    NCAA Volleyball: USC vs. Wichita State

    The Women of Troy defeated Wichita State, 3-0, in the 2012 NCAA Austin Regional semifinal on Friday, Dec. 7.

    Fuller recorded 328 kills (2.83 kps) in her junior season with a .257 hitting percentage, 21 service aces (0.18 saps), 197 digs (1.70 dps), 54 blocks (0.47 bps) and 375.5 points (3.23 pps)...earned 2011 AVCA All-Pacific Region honorable mention and Pac-12 Conference honorable mention recognition...notched 11 kills and nine digs on Dec. 15 in the NCAA national semifinal against No. 7 Illinois in San Antonio...tied her career high with 17 kills against No. 18 Pepperdine in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final on December 10...led all starters with a .294 hitting percentage on 12 kills in the regional semifinal on December 9 against No. 3 Hawai'i...on December 3, she had 10 kills while hitting .400 (10-0-25) with six digs and one block in an NCAA second-round match against Tulsa...in the first round against Yale, she had seven kills while hitting .500 (7-0-14) and tied her career best with four service aces...posted a season-high 16 kills and led the starters with a .314 hitting percentage in a four-set win on November 25 at No. 4 UCLA, adding eight digs and four blocks...had 11 kills and 10 digs in four sets on Oct. 14 against No. 16 Oregon and then hit .692 (9-0-13) on nine kills against Oregon State on Oct. 15...had 11 kills and four blocks in a four-set win on October 8 at Arizona State...tied a career high with 13 digs as part of her first double-double of the season, adding 12 kills, in a 3-0 win on Oct. 2 at Utah...in a 3-0 sweep of No. 2 Stanford on Sept. 24, she had 14 kills and nine digs...had a season-high 15 kills, adding six digs and two blocks in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 16 at No. 4 Washington, followed by a 12-kill performance at Washington State, where she hit .579 (12-1-19) with five digs and three blocks...had eight kills while hitting .412 (8-1-17) on Sept. 4 in a 3-0 win over Clemson in Orlando, Florida.

    Fuller played in every match as a sophomore, recording 220 kills (1.86 kps) for a .232 hitting percentage with 10 assists (0.08 aps), 21 service aces (0.18 saps), 136 digs (1.15 dps), 61 blocks (0.52 bps) and 272.0 point (2.31 pps)...posted seven kills and three digs while hitting .400 (7-1-15) in the NCAA national semifinal on Dec. 16 against No. 4 California in Kansas City...had seven kills with one ace, two digs and two blocks on Dec. 10 in the NCAA Dayton Regional semifinal match against Indiana...had five kills and six blocks (one off her personal best) on Dec. 4 in the NCAA second-round win against No. 18 San Diego...had seven kills and a career-high seven blocks on Nov. 26 in a five-set win at No. 9 UCLA...posted seven kills with no errors in a .467 performance against No. 20 Arizona on Nov. 12, adding four blocks in the 3-0 sweep...tied for the team high with nine kills in a 3-0 loss to No. 3 Stanford on Nov. 7 and hit .350 (9-2-20) with eight digs...hit .368 (8-1-19) against Washington State in a three-set sweep on Oct. 29...on Oct. 22 against No. 16 Oregon, she posted 10 kills and hit .529 (10-1-17) in the match...had a team-high 11 kills in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 10 against Virginia, including 10 in the first set alone...hit .500 on the evening (11-2-18) with an ace and five digs...on Sept. 5 in a five-set win at No. 4 Hawai'i, she posted career highs with 17 kills, six digs, six blocks and 20.5 points while hitting .382...had eight kills and hit .312 in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 4 against Michigan State.

    She made two starts in 16 matches during her freshman season...recorded 25 kills (0.86 kps) with two service aces (0.07 saps), 15 digs (0.52 dps), five block assists (0.17 bps) and 29.5 points (1.02 pps)...had five kills and a season-high seven digs on Sept. 19 in a 3-0 sweep of Fresno State...recorded a season-high 10 kills for a .471 clip (10-2-17) with two digs and one block assist...had three kills in a 3-0 sweep of Northern Arizona on Sept. 5 at the Galen Center...made her collegiate debut on Aug. 29 at Michigan State, recording one kill and one dig.

    High School/Club
    She was a 2009 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection...she was a three-year letterwinner at La Costa Canyon High in Carlsbad, Calif., under coach Pat McDougall...earned Under Armour All-American High School Volleyball Team first team honors in her senior season and played in the inaugural 2008 Under Armour All-America High School Volleyball Match and Skills Competition at the Qwest Center in Omaha, Neb...rated as the No. 9 prospect in the nation by Prep Volleyball.com...also named Mizuno and MaxPreps All-American...member of La Costa Canyon squad that was named national champions by Prep Volleyball and MaxPreps in her senior season...team captain for the CIF Division I state title team as a senior, along with being named to the all-state tournament team...earned San Diego Union Tribune, Avocado League and CIF Division I first team honors as a senior...as a junior, she was named as one of the top 50 prospects in the nation by Prep Volleyball...earned NC Times all-county and San Diego Union Tribune first team honors as a junior...as a junior, she earned San Diego Union Tribune all-academic honors...named La Costa Canyon's most valuable player as a junior as the team won the CIF San Diego Section championship...earned CIF Division I all-section second team honors as a sophomore as her team won the CIF San Diego Section championship...she started her club experience with one year for Solana Beach VBC (Solana Beach 12's) before spending six years with WAVE...named to the 17 and Under All-Tournament Team at the 2008 USA Junior Girls Volleyball Championships...team finished third at the Junior Olympics...named to the 2007 U.S. Junior Olympic 16 Open Division all-tournament team.

    Katelyn Amy Fuller was born on July 14, 1991...parents are Bryan and Krista...both parents are USC graduates...has one brother, Travis, and one sister, Karlee...favorite movies are Titanic and Remember The Titans...favorite television show is Modern Family...enjoys listening to Tristan Prettyman...lists Steve Nash as her biggest sports hero...majoring in communications.

    Career Statistics

    Match Highs

    Kills17 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11); at Hawai'i (9/5/10)
    Attacks51 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11)
    Assists3, two times (last: vs. Oregon, 10/14/11)
    Aces4 vs. Yale (12/2/11); at UC Irvine (9/21/10)
    Digs13 at Utah (10/2/11); vs. California (10/9/10)
    Solo Blocks1, four times (last: at Washington, 9/16/11)
    Block Assists7 at UCLA (11/26/10)
    Total Blocks7 at UCLA (11/26/10)
    Points20.5 at Hawai'i (9/5/10)