|| Robby Fulton
Captain of the 2004 Cardinal squad ... One of the nation's top goalkeepers ... Combines great athleticism with skill, composure and strong leadership ability ... Lends an awesome physical presence to the defense.
As a Senior in 2004: Made 11 starts in goal ... Led team with 43 saves ... Made first start and posted first win of the season against Cal State Fullerton (9/19) ... Posted first shutout of the season against Brown (9/26) ... Collected a season-high six saves against California (10/1) ... Made five saves in tie with Washington (10/10) ... Posted second shutout of the season against Oregon State (10/31) ... Recorded first career assist on a Matt Janusz goal against Oregon State (10/31) ... Finished season ranking sixth on Cardinal career chart with 161 saves ... His 0.89 career goals against average ranks as the second lowest career GAA in program history.
As a Junior in 2003: Battled injuries through much of the season, starting all 11 matches that he appeared in ... Led the team with a 1.42 GAA and 56 saves ... Recorded a season-high 13 saves and posted his 11th career shutout in season-opening 1-0 win over Cal State Fullerton (9/5) ... His 13 saves against the Titans ranked as the sixth-highest single-game total in the nation last season ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Cal-Adidas Legacy Classic for his performances against Cal State Fullerton and Old Dominion (9/7) ... Made 11 saves against UCLA (10/19) ... Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 with a 4.43 saves per game average during conference play ... Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 and First Team Pac-10 All-Academic for the second straight season.
As a Sophomore in 2002: Led the nation and broke Stanford's single-season record with a 0.43 GAA, allowing just eight goals in 1681:17 minutes and 18 games played (17 starts) ... Credited for nine shutouts (tied for fifth on Stanford's single-season list) versus Portland (9/8, 11/27), Saint Mary's (9/15), Richmond (9/21), Santa Clara (9/29), Oregon State (10/12), California (11/1), Fresno State (11/8) and Clemson (12/7) ... Had a season-high seven of his 50 saves versus Fresno State (11/8) ... Posted a 14-3 record, suffering all three of his losses by identical 1-0 scores to NCAA champion UCLA ... Did not allow his first goal until his sixth game of the season ... Played more than 90:00 minutes in goal eight times in Stanford's 10 overtime contests ... Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 and First Team Pac-10 All-Academic.
As a Freshman in 2001: Appeared in nine games, playing 377:12 in goal (0.24 goals against average) ... Made 12 saves and allowed just one goal ... Made his first collegiate start in a 1-0 double-overtime win at Washington (11/16), holding the Huskies scoreless for 110:33 minutes and recording six saves ... Played the final 76 minutes in Stanford's 2-0 road win at California (11/11) ... Helped the Cardinal post 11 shutouts in 19 matches ... Recorded one solo shutout ... Played in his first collegiate contest against Gonzaga (9/1) in the season-opener.
As a Freshman in 2000: Redshirted his first season.
High School/Other: A 2000 graduate of West Linn High School ... A two-time All-League honoree in his sophomore and junior seasons ... Led his FC Portland club team to a pair of state championships and a Regional quarterfinal ... Club team was the runner-up at the Nomads Coaches Showcase and two-time Regional quarterfinalists ... A State and Regional ODP participant, as well as a member of the ODP team that toured Costa Rica ... An All-American selection for the national ODP camp ... Also played varsity golf his sophomore year ... Member of the National Honors Society ... AHSME winner for math ... Graduated with a 3.98 GPA.
Personal:Son of Robert and Susan Fulton ... Economics major.
Coaching Staff on Fulton: "Robby is one of the top goalkeepers in the country and his leadership and experience will be important elements in the success of this year's team."