Kendall Fuller returned to Western Carolina as an assistant coach for Western Carolina women's softball in the 2019 season also serving as an adjunct professor in the Biology Department.
Fuller spent two seasons with the Catamounts as a volunteer assistant coach while attaining her master's degree while earning a Masters of Science degree with an emphasis in Biology. After her stint at Western Carolina, Fuller became an assistant at Winthrop University.
Fuller came to Winthrop after her two years with Western Carolina. Her duties, as a volunteer assistant with the Catamounts, included coaching first base and the outfield, assisting in recruiting and travel coordination as well as practice planning, hitting and the organization/direction of camps and clinics. Fuller also served as the academic liaison between softball and academic support as well as developing and maintaining scouting reports.
One of the most notable things Fuller did at Western Carolina was designing an academic success plan resulting in five NFCA Academic All-Americans. She also coached center fielder Erin Foster, who voted to the First Team All-Southern Conference as well as an NFCA Mid-East First Team All-Region selection.
After her first season with Winthrop, she was promoted to Associate Head Coach and two years later was named Co-head coach. Fuller spent a total of five years with the Eagles.
Prior to her collegiate level coaching experience, Fuller was an assistant varsity softball coach at South Brunswick H.S. in Southport, NC. She was an assistant coach for varsity basketball and the head coach of the junior varsity girls’ basketball team as well.
Fuller, a 2008 graduate from Appalachian State, has been a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association since 2010. Fuller earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Secondary Education from Appalachian State. She spent two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach while attaining her master's degree at Western Carolina.