April 14, 2014
ATHENS, Ga.—Georgia women’s tennis senior Kate Fuller was named to the 2014 SEC Community Service Team, the league office announced Monday.
Fuller is one of 12 SEC women’s tennis players to be named to the team, which highlights student-athletes from the conference who give back to their community through service. She is the team’s first four-time honoree since the award expanded to include a team for each individual sport in 2003.
Fuller volunteers for UGA’s Safe Route to School program, UGA Special Olympics and Relay for Life. She was a speaker for Girl Power Day, an event for underprivileged youth and girl scouts. She is also an active member of the Clarke County school mentor program, and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and Food Bank of Northeast Georgia.
Fuller, a senior from Suwanee majoring in marketing, is 20-7 this season in singles and is 24-4 in doubles with partner Silvia Garcia. The Bulldogs will begin play in the 2014 SEC Tournament on Friday in the quarterfinals at 11 a.m.