Finished her four-year UCLA career having helped lead the Bruins to NCAA Championships each season (2006-09), extending UCLA's streak to five consecutive NCAA titles...collected 531 career saves, the fourth-highest total in school history...posted a 4.68 career goals against average, the fifth-highest mark in program history...established UCLA's single-season saves record with 237 stops in 2008...tied for the program's second-highest single-season saves mark with 225 stops in 2009 (tied with Nicolle Payne, 1998).
Started 27 matches at goalkeeper...collected 225 saves and registered a 6.30 goals against average...captured second-team ACWPC All-America honors for the second consecutive season...also earned second-team All-MPSF accolades for the second straight year...named a second-team All-NCAA Tournament team selection...allowed 170 goals in 27 games, totaling 842:00 minutes in the cage...also collected 11 assists and 10 steals...registered 10 saves or more in 11 matches, including a career-high 18 saves in UCLA's 14-7 win over Loyola Marymount (Feb. 15)...recorded 12 saves in four matches - at Michigan (Jan. 25), versus San Diego State (Feb. 13), at Stanford (April 3) and versus USC in the NCAA championship match (May 10).
Started all 33 matches as the Bruins' primary goalkeeper...established the UCLA single-season saves record with 237 stops...finished the season having compiled a 4.73 goals against average, the third-lowest mark among MPSF goalkeepers...earned second-team ACWPC All-America honors...was named a second-team All-MPSF selection...gained second-team All-NCAA Tournament team honors...allowed 156 goals in 33 games, logging 1033:53 minutes in the cage...totaled 10 saves or more in eight matches, including a season-high 15 saves in UCLA's 8-7 victory against Stanford in sudden-victory overtime at the UC Irvine Invitational championship match (Feb. 24).
Played in 11 matches at goalkeeper, making five starts...totaled 39 saves and recorded a 4.27 goals against average...allowed 32 goals in 30 quarters (240 minutes)...registered a season-high eight saves against Santa Clara (Feb. 24)...made six stops against Pomona-Pitzer (March 3)...saw action in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinal match against Pomona-Pitzer and made two saves (May 11).
Played in 10 matches at goalkeeper, making three starts...recorded 30 saves and posted a 3.11 goals against average...allowed 21 goals in seven quarters (189 minutes)...competed for the 2006 USA Junior National Team.
Lettered in water polo at Corona del Mar High School under head coach Aaron Chaney...led Corona Del Mar to CIF Division II Championships in 2003, 2004 and 2005...earned 2004 CIF Division II Player of the Year accolades and 2005 CIF Division II Co-Player of the Year honors...named the 2004-05 Pacific Coast League MVP...captured 2004 All-County team accolades.
Full name: Brittany Taylor Fullen...born April 23, 1987 in Orange County, Calif...is the older of Ram and Laura Fullen's two children...has one younger sister, Randi...history major.
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