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Addie

Fulton

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Year Senior
Hometown Fairfield, Connecticut
High School Deerfield Academy
Major Sociology
School: CC
Birthdate July 30, 1996

Bio

Senior (2017-18): Played in all 17 matches for Columbia... Completed her final season as a Lion with a 10-7 record overall and a 3-4 record in the Ivy League...  Competed in the No. 6, 7, and 8 positions... Fought back for a come from behind victory against Drexel (Nov. 18)... Posted a dominant victory over Franklin & Marshall (Nov. 19)... Grabbed one of just 3 wins for the Lions against No. 7 Penn in the CSA Team Championships (Feb. 17)... Notched a win against Cornell in the CSA Team Championships (Feb. 18)... Competed in the CSA Individual Championships in the Holleran East B Draw.

Junior (2016-17): Went 6-10 in her junior season including a 3-4 tally in Ivy League play...Competed in the No. 5 and 6 positions...Picked up one of three Lion victories against Cornell with win over No. 6 Nghi Nguyen (Jan. 29)

Sophomore (2015-16): Posted a 5-7 overall and 1-6 Ivy League record in her sophomore season…Picked up an Ivy League victory over Carly Rizzuto of No. 10 Dartmouth…Competed in the No. 7 & 8 positions for the Lions. 

First-Year (2014-15): Finished the season with a 6-11 overall and 1-6 Ivy League record in her rookie season…Defeated No. 11 Brown's Skylar Murphy for her first Ivy League victory…Competed in the No. 5-7 positions throughout the season.

Before Columbia: As a four-year varsity contributor, Fulton comes to Columbia as a seasoned squash player from the Deerfield Academy. She competed mainly at the #3 spot, including winning the team title at New England Championships in 2011. Fulton was honored as Massachusetts Squash Most Improved in 2011 and held her highest US Squash junior ranking at No. 6.  The three-time US Squash Scholar Athlete and senior captain comes to Columbia with a U19 US Squash national ranking of No. 32.

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