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December 2, 2023
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She Kicked For Vanderbilt, and Then Things Got Hard

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Sports Illustrated

By Julie Kliegman After dealing with depression, Sarah Fuller, who moonlighted as a kicker for Vanderbilt had to take a break from sports. Now, she has become an advocate for better mental health resources at colleges. Sarah Fuller had no concrete plan to die. But that didn’t stop her from thinking about the possibility often. This spring, amid a spate of Division I college athlete suicides, the former Vanderbilt soccer goalkeeper and football kicker says she very easily could’ve been among them. In particular, the March death of Katie Meyer, a fellow goalkeeper who starred for Stanford, scare…

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