One of the BIG EAST’s premier players ... talented guard who can play any number of positions, including the post ... possesses a quick first step and excellent passing ability ... tough, gritty, hard-nosed player with one of the nation’s finest jumpers ... has all the tools to be one of the school’s all-time greats.
At West Virginia (2006-07):Sat out season with a redshirt after re-injuring left knee in August of 2006.
At West Virginia (2005-06): Associated Press honorable mention All-American ... all-BIG EAST second team ... tore ACL in left knee at St. John’s (Jan. 29) and missed the final 13 games of the season ... national leader in 3-point field goals at 3.5 per game ... third in BIG EAST in scoring at time of injury ... two double-doubles ... eight 20 point contests ... two double-digit rebounding games ... tied school record with 38 points in Cleveland State win ... 15-28 from the field with five rebounds and four steals against CSU ... set WVU Coliseum records for points in a half (26), points in a game (38) and 3-point field goals made (8) in win over the Vikings ... BIG EAST player of the week (Dec. 25) for those efforts ... 29 points on 11-18 shooting with six threes against Marquette ... 26 points on 6-19 shooting, including 9-10 from the free throw line, with five 3-point field goals in home Louisville win ... 25 points in Kennesaw State win ... 24 points on 10-19 shooting including four 3-pointers and seven assists in win at Houston ... 24 points including six 3-pointers in Robert Morris win ... 22 points against Texas A&M - Corpus Christi ... career-best 11-11 from the free throw line and 18 points in Marshall win ... 19 points and 11 rebounds in Fordham win ... 17 points and 10 caroms in win at Syracuse ... scored 1,000th career point in loss at UNC Greensboro.
At West Virginia (2004-05): WBCA/Kodak honorable mention All-American ... unanimous all-BIG EAST first team ... first Mountaineer in school history named to that squad ... postseason WNIT all-tournament team ... preseason all-BIG EAST second team ... BIG EAST scoring champion in conference and overall games at 18.6 and 19.6 points per contest, respectively ... first Mountaineer (male or female) to win BIG EAST conference scoring championship ... 15th nationally in points per contest ... 663 points were fourth-most points scored in a single season in WVU history ... conference leader in overall three-point field goal percentage and three-pointers per game (.447 and 2.59, respectively) ... seventh nationally in three-point field goal percentage ... 14th nationally in three-pointers per game ... three-time BIG EAST player of the week ... second in BIG EAST field goal percentage at 46.0% (247-537) ... seventh in conference steals (1.91) ... 11th in BIG EAST defensive rebounds (4.38) ... team-leader in free-throw percentage, making 81-97 (.835) ... 19th in BIG EAST rebounding with 5.5 caroms per contest ... WVU single season record holder with five 30-point scoring efforts ... BIG EAST leading 16 20-point games on the year, third-most in a season in WVU history ... 28 double-digit scoring efforts ... three double-figure rebounding games ... three double-doubles ... then career-best and BIG EAST season-high 36 points against Marshall on 12-25 shooting including career-best 10-11 from free throw line ... 30 points on 9-15 shooting including 4-6 from three-point line and 8-9 from the charity stripe in home win against Seton Hall ... her back-to-back 30-point games marked the first time a Mountaineer achieved that feat since 1980 ... 31 points in career-high 48 minutes in WNIT semifinal win at Kentucky ... was 11-25 from the field with 11 rebounds against the Wildcats ... 30 points on 12-18 shooting including 4-7 from three-point range in win at East Carolina ... 30 points on 12-25 shooting including five three-pointers and nine rebounds in home win against Duquesne ... 29 points on 11-16 shooting including 5-6 from three in season-opening win against UNC Greensboro ... that scoring output tied for the most ever by a Mountaineer in a season-opener ... 28 points on a near perfect 12-14 from the field including 4-4 from three-point range including five assists in just 27 minutes in home win against Providence ... 25 points on 9-18 shooting including 4-5 from three-point range in near loss at BC ... tied game with seven seconds left on a huge three ... 24 points on 8-12 shooting with five threes and five assists in home win against Northwestern ... 23 points, 20 in the second half, on 7-10 shooting with five three-pointers in win against St. John’s ... 23 points on 7-17 shooting against Pitt in BIG EAST Tournament opening round win ... 23 points on 9-15 shooting with five threes and seven rebounds in WNIT opening round win against Maine ... 20 points and 13 rebounds in narrow home loss to Villanova ... 20 points and 11 caroms in Georgetown home win ... 20 points with four threes and six rebounds in St. Francis (Pa.) win.
At West Virginia (2003-04): BIG EAST Freshman of the Year ... unanimous all-BIG EAST freshman team selection ... six-time conference freshman of the week, one shy of the all-time BIG EAST record ... WVU’s talented sixth woman, averaging 24.1 minutes per contest in 26 games ... Gballmag.com Young All-American ... played every position at least once on the year ... missed six of the first eight Mountaineer games with an ankle injury ... fourth on team in average ... second on team in rebounding average ... double-figure scoring in 15 contests ... three double-digit rebounding games ... notched two double-doubles on the year ... led team in three-point field goal percentage, .403 (31-77) ... led team in scoring in four games ... then career-best 21 points on 8-13 shooting at three-time defending national champion Connecticut ... team-best 18 points on 6-11 shooting including 2-3 from three-point range in win at Syracuse ... 17 points on 5-13 with three three-pointers against Boston College ... 16 points and 12 rebounds in victory at Providence ... 14 points on 4-9 shooting with six made free throws in NCAA Championship opening first round game at Ohio State ... team-best 10 rebounds in UMKC overtime win ... 16 points on 5-8 shooting including perfect 4-4 from free throw line and 2-2 from three-point range in Marshall win ... garnered team’s Sixth Woman Award.
Career Notes: WVU’s career free-throw percentage leader at 83.4% (171-205) ... six career 30-point games, tied for all-time WVU record ... fourth all-time in career scoring average at 16.5 ppg ... fourth all-time in career 3-point field goals made ... 23rd Mountaineer to score 1,000 career points ... 1,285 career points ranks 13th all-time in school history.
In High School: Parade All-America fourth team as a senior ... guided Oakland Catholic to two PIAA Class AAAA state championships in 2001 and 2003 ... the Eagles were 27-5 her senior year ... ranked 32nd-best high school recruit entering the 2002-03 season by All-Star Girl’s Report ... state runner-up in 2000 and 2002 ... 2003 Associated Press Pennsylvania girls’ Class AAAA high school basketball player of the year ... 2003 Pennsylvania Big School Player of the Year ... two-time AP first team all-state ... averaged 20.2 points per contest in five playoff games as a senior ... averaged 19.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior ... guided Oakland Catholic to four WPIAL Class AAAA titles ... Oakland Catholic was 120-10 during her career ... four-time Nike Camp invitee ... USA Basketball developmental player ... 2003 Pittsburgh Post Gazette Player of the Year ... 2003 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Player of the Year ... USA Today Top 7 as freshman, sophomore, junior and senior ... averaged 20.7, 4.5 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.4 steals as a junior ... Post Gazette Fabulous Five as a junior and senior ... coached by Suzie McConnell-Serio, former point guard for the WNBA’s Cleveland Rockers and former head coach of the Minnesota Lynx ... guided AAU team to 10th place finish in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... U-16 All-American.
Personal: hometown is Pittsburgh, Pa. ... daughter of James and Patricia Bulger ... sister of former West Virginia quarterback Marc Bulger, now with the St. Louis Rams, and former Mountaineer women’s basketball great Kate Bulger ... three brothers and one sister ... majoring in multi-disciplinary studies ... birthday is April 10.