Inspired by her grandma for her support and advice, Fullmore was a three-time varsity basketball MVP and a phenomenal competitor in track and field for Wayne County (Jesup, Ga.) High School. As of this writing, she still holds Wayne County Yellowjackets’ all-time track records in long jump and triple jump, and top five records in 100 meters, 4×100 relay, and 4×400 relay. She won a state championship in long jump, and four regional championships in long jump and triple jump. She was also recognized by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association as a national honoree for Division II outdoor track & field.
At Albany (Ga.) State University, Fullmore expanded her track and field repertoire by adding a regional championship in javelin, in addition to collecting a regional championship in 4×100 relay. She was named MVP of the track team in 2014 while also being recognized off the field with an Academic Achievement Award.
“It’s like a dream come true I can finally play,” says Fullmore of joining the Renegades. “It’s always been a sport I have wanted to play, but was told no because I am a female.” In addition to her service with the US Air Force and playing football for the Renegades, Fullmore keeps busy coaching basketball and developing her own clothing brand.