United States Youth National Team Honors:
2022 U15 Concacaf Golden Ball Winner (Best Player Award)
2022 U15 Concacaf Top Scorer (tied with 9 goals, 3 assists)
2022 U15 Concacaf Champions (USA)
2022 U15 Captain for USA
2022 U15 Represent the USA in International Friendlies vs Netherlands & Germany
2022 U15 USYNT - Scored in all 7 international matches played for USA (12 goals)
Solar Soccer Club Honors:
2021-22 U16 ECNL All-American
2021-22 U16 Texas Conference Player of the Year
2021-22 U16 U16 1st Team All-Conference
2020-2021 U15 1st Team All-Conference
2021-2022 U16 ECNL National Selection Game
2021-2022 ECNL Best XI ECNL (San Diego Showcase w/06s)(Tennessee Showcase w/04s)
Southlake Carroll High School Honors:
2022 Gatorade Texas Player of the Year
2022 6A State Tournament Most Valuable Player
2022 6A State All-Tournament Team
2022 6A State Champion
2022 1st Team All-State (Texas Association of Soccer Coaches)
2022 High School Player of the Year (Texas Girls Coaches Association)
2022 Player of the Year (Dallas Morning News)
2022 Player of the Year (Star Telegram)
2022 District 4-6A Most Valuable Player, 1st Team All-District, Academic All-District
Kennedy Fuller plays for Solar Soccer Club, the #1 ranked club in the nation. She is a play-up on the U17 ECNL team for Coach Sal Adames. Her 06 Solar team repeated as the ECNL Texas Conference Champions. Fuller was named a 2021-2022 U16 ECNL All-American. She was also awarded the 2021-2022 U16 ECNL Texas Conference Player of the Year and 1st Team All-Conference. Kennedy was named ECNL U15 1st Team-All Conference for the 2020-2021 campaign. Fuller has been the leading scorer for her team since joining Solar SC. Kennedy is ranked #3 in the nation for the Class of 2025 IMG Top 150 Club Player rankings and ranked #1 in the Texas. Kennedy was awarded the prestigious honor of Texas Gatorade Soccer Player of the Year in June of 2022.
Kennedy proudly captained the United States Youth National Team in the U15 Concacaf Championships as they finished the tournament as champions. Fuller was awarded the Golden Ball for being the Best Player at the tournament. She also was the Top Scorer (tied) of the tournament with 9 goals. Kennedy also tallied 3 assists for the United States. Fuller has scored in all 7 international matches that she has played in with the U15 USYNT (12 goals).
She also competed in Europe in June 2022 with the U15 USYNT in friendlies against the Netherlands and Germany. She captained the USYNT in their 3-0 win and scored 2 goals against the Netherlands. Kennedy also scored a goal against Germany in the 3-1 win. Fuller also attended the U15 US Youth National Team training camp in Chula Vista, CA in January and March of 2022. In September of 2021, Kennedy was one of four 2007s selected to attend the U16 US Soccer Youth National Team Regional ID camp. In addition, Kennedy competed at the U15-U16 USYNT Regional ID center in May 2022.
Kennedy and Solar SC has won many prestigious tournaments such as the Dallas Cup, Dallas Girls International Cup, and Super Copa. Kennedy won the USYS U16 National Championship in 2020 with Solar South 06 Adames. Playing with her 06 Solar team, Fuller was selected as the TopDrawer Soccer Best XI at the 2021 ECNL San Diego Showcase and Best XI honorable mention at the ECNL Tennessee Showcase playing with the Solar 03/04 team. Fuller was selected to represent Solar Soccer Club in the U16 National Selection game at the ECNL Houston Showcase in February 2022. Kennedy led Team East in their 3-2 win over West with her 2 goals and 1 assist.
Kennedy is a freshman on the Lady Dragon Varsity Soccer team at Southlake Carroll High School under the direction of Matt Colvin. In her freshman campaign, Kennedy led the Dragons in goals (26) and assists (15) while missing 8 games during her attendance at the USYNT training camp. In her freshman debut, Fuller helped lead Carroll HS to a 6A State Championship in 2022. She scored a hat trick in the State Finals in their 4-0 win to earn the 6A State Tournament Most Valuable Player award, in addition to the State All-Tournament Team. Kennedy was also selected as 1st Team All-State by the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches. Fuller was named as the District 4-6A Most Valuable Player, the highest superlative afforded. Kennedy received the notable honor of being named the Texas Girls Coaches Association Soccer Athlete of the Year, Dallas Morning News Player of the Year and the Most Valuable Player for the Sports Day All-Area Team. Fuller was a 1st Team All-District and Academic All-District selection. During the high school playoffs, Kennedy scored 12 goals in 6 games. She received numerous awards during the season such as PrepSoccer Player of the Week, DFW Varsity Player of the Week, Lethal Soccer Best XI, and was a 3-time Performance Course Athlete of the Week, just to name a few.
Prior to moving to Dallas, Kennedy played for Lonestar Soccer Club in Austin in which she was the captain for the 06G DA team led by Coach Don Cameron. As an attacking midfielder, Kennedy has led her team(s) in goals the last four seasons (2018 – Lonestar U13 DA, 2019 – Solar U13 DA, 2020 & 2021 – Solar U15 ECNL).
Kennedy is the daughter of Kim and Kris Fuller, both former high school varsity head coaches. She has a younger sister, Kamdyn, who captains the U14 ECNL team (2021 ECNL National Champions) at Solar Soccer Club. Kennedy has a younger brother, Kolton who plays football, lacrosse and basketball. As often as possible, Kennedy combines her love of travel and soccer. She’s had the opportunity to play internationally in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, and the Czech Republic. Not only does she love to play soccer, Kennedy is devoted to watching the beautiful game. She enjoys attending collegiate, professional and national team games. Attending the Women’s World Cup in France was the highlight of Kennedy’s 2019 summer. She was also thrilled travel to England in November 2021 to watch some of her favorite players like Messi, Mbappe, Neymar, Ramos, Ronaldo, Foden, Pulsic, and Havertz. Kennedy is a member of the National Junior Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.