CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Left South Carolina tied for sixth on the career hit-by-pitch chart...She also stood in the top 30 in doubles and doubles per game and in the top 40 in walks and walks per game.
2011 (SENIOR): Started 55 games behind the plate for South Carolina...Missed the first Winthrop contest (2/16) due to stiffness in her back after making a diving catch behind the plate in the USC Upstate (2/13)...Led the Gamecocks with 10 doubles to go with her .219 batting average...Behind the plate, she posted a .980 fielding percentage, making only five errors and three passed balls...Caught 14 of 44 prospective base stealers (31.8 caught-stealing percentage)...Had two RBI in the season-opening win over Charleston Southern (2/11)...Posted a pair of doubles in the win over Georgetown (2/18)...Also had two two-baggers vs. Stony Brook (3/6)...Trucked for her lone triple of the year in the 9-5 win over Ole Miss (3/12)...Posted a four-game hitting streak, capped by a 2-for-4 outing in the final game at No. 11 Tennessee (3/27)...Tallied a double in the first three games of the streak...Also had a hit in four-straight games in April, including all three contests at Arkansas (4/16-17)...Her last hit was a double at No. 21 LSU (5/6)...Named to the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2010 (JUNIOR): Garnered recognition on the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll...One of two Gamecocks to start in all 51 games on the year...Caught almost every inning of the year...Ranked second on the team with 19 RBI...Went 6-for-9 with nine RBI with the bases loaded...Started the season with a strong 3-for-3, two-run and two-RBI performance against Coastal Carolina (2/14)...Collected her first career stolen base on a napping Longwood defense (2/16)...Had four RBI on a 2-for-3 game with a double in the win over North Florida (2/20)...Had consecutive two-hit games against No. 14 LSU (3/14) and Arkansas (3/17)..Added two RBI and a triple against the Razorbacks...Went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI in the win at Coastal Carolina (3/24)...Hit her first career home run at No. 22 North Carolina (3/30)...Posted a 2-for-3 outing with three RBI in the 8-4 win over Mississippi State (4/17)...Scored two runs and drove in two more in a 2-for-3 outing in the first game at No. 12/10 Georgia (4/24), hitting her second-career home run.
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Named to the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll...Drew 43 starts on the year...Ranked as the only Gamecock to start all 27 SEC games...Hit .171 on the season, ranking third on the team with five doubles...Posted one of her best batting averages per count on 0-1 pitches (.389)...Had four two-hit games, including in the season opener against College of Charleston (2/7)...Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in the win against Bradley (2/13)...Had a double in a 2-for-4 outing in the first game at No. 7 Tennessee (3/15)...Also posted two hits in the win over Mississippi (3/18)...Scored two runs in the 5-0 win at Auburn (3/29)...Played good defense behind the plate, throwing out nearly 24 percent of attempted basestealers.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Made the 2007-08 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Started 30 games behind the plate for South Carolina and appeared in seven more during the season...Made her presence known in the USF Louisville Slugger Tournament, going 5-for-12 (.417) with a double and her first career RBI...That run, driven home on a sacrifice fly, was the difference in the 1-0 victory over Georgia Tech (2/22)...Had her best day against Wright State (2/24), going 3-for-4 against the Raiders...Went 4-for-10 in the Carolina Classic with a run and an RBI...Got the second hit in the four-run rally that led to the Gamecocks' game two win at Kentucky (3/29)...Started the rally at Coastal Carolina (4/9) with a lead-off double...Excellent receiver that worked her way into the lineup with her work with Carolina's ace Melissa Hendon.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered five years at Spring Valley H.S...Played for coach Bobby Henderson...Earned AAAA all-state accolades after her junior and senior seasons...An all-region performer all five years...Earned AAAA Player of the Year accolades as a junior...Named one of WLTX News 19's Players of the Week in 2007...Helped Spring Valley to advance into the state playoff four consecutive years...Played with travel ball squad S.C. X-treme and coach Tim Carpenter.
PERSONAL: Full name is Patricia J. Fulmer...Parents are Clay Fulmer and Robin Branson...Has two younger brothers, Bryan Fulmer and Ray Branson...Graduated in sport and entertainment management.