2015 Camps
Princeton W. Swimming & Diving BIO
 Melissa Fulenwider

At Princeton — 2015-16: competed in breast and free events during the regular season. 2014-15: helped Princeton reclaim the Ivy League championship in comeback fashion by reaching her first career A finals in both the 100 and 200 breast; placed eighth in both events … her 100 breast time of 1:03.83 moved her into the all-time Top 10 at Princeton …posted Princeton's second-fastest times of the season in both events. 2013-14: reached the B finals in the 100 breast and the C final in the 200 breast at her first Ivy League Championships … posted the program’s second-fastest times in both events (1:04.08/2:19.48) … reached the A final of the 200 breast at the Big Al Open.

At Rye — competed at Junior Nationals; qualified for Senior Nationals … named Westchester/Putnam Swimming and Diving Performer of the Year by the Journal News … sectional champion in the 100 free and 100 breast … earned two bronze medals at New York state championships … received 2012 All-America consideration … earned Academic All-America honors … three-time Scholastic All-America team honoree … set two Metropolitan Region records … five-time all-section and all-division honoree … captain for both Rye and N.Y. Section One state team … class valedictorian … Harvard-Radcliffe University Book Award recipient … earned National Merit Commendation … awarded the National Honor Society Scholarship Candle … AP Scholar with Distinction … earned Summa Cum Laude in National Latin Exam.

Personal — born Nov. 13, 1994 … daughter of Paul and Susan Fulenwider … father founded Lane Capital Management, Inc.; mother is a former portfolio manager … has an older brother Chris and an older sister Allison; Allison is captain of the 2013-14 Georgetown women’s swimming & diving team … enjoys dance and performed with Rye School of Dance; also enjoys creative writing … may study English or economics/finance.

Position: Free/Breast/IM
Year: Junior
Hometown: Rye, N.Y.
High School: Rye