School Records: Tied for the school and Conference USA game record in stolen bases (four).
2007 (Jr.): Ranked among the team's leaders in runs scored (No. 5), doubles (No. 5), home runs (No. 5), walks (No. 4), hit by pitch (No. 3) and stolen bases (No. 3) ... Enjoyed best game of season with a 2-for-5 outing against Louisiana Tech (2/24) in which she tallied three runs, a double, a home run and a career-best five RBIs ...Had four two-hit games during the year, with the last one coming against Mississippi State (4/24) as she drove in a pair of runs with a double and a home run ...Stole a pair of bases against LSU (2/23) ... Appeared in 55 games and started in 53, all coming in the outfield ... Started 47 times in centerfield and six times in right field.
2006 (So.): Began the season as the starting leftfielder, starting 19 games ... Also started 15 games at designated player and 14 games at catcher ... Had three hits against McNeese State
(2/18), which tied her career high, finishing with a career-high three RBIs in the game ... Had hits against Texas Arlington (2/10), Hawaii (2/10) and Texas Arlington (2/12) ... Had two hits and scored two runs against Jackson State (2/15) ... Finished with a
hit and scored two runs against Marshall (3/11) ... Also had two hits and an RBIs against the Thundering Herd in game two (3/11) ... Had a hit and scored a run against No. 7 Alabama (2/22) ... Finished with a double and an RBIs against IPFW (2/24) ... Finished with two hits against Florida (3/4) ... Stole two bases against Seton Hall (3/3) and Florida (3/4) ... Tripled and had an RBI against Jacksonville (2/24) ... Also tripled against McNeese State (2/25) ... Tied a career-high with three RBIs against UTEP (3/25) ... Walked three times in game two against UAB (4/14) ... Had a hit and scored a run against No. 4 Alabama (5/3).
2005 (Fr.): Hit .259 in her debut season, with 21 runs, 30 hits, eight doubles, a home run, 12 RBI and seven stolen bases ... Finished with seven multiple hit games and two games with multiple RBI ... Had five games with two hits and two games with three hits ... Also had two games with two RBI ... Hit her first career home run against Tennessee-Martin (2/12) ... Tied a school record originally set by Chrystal Stevens against USF in 2000, with four stolen bases in game two against Northwestern State (3/30) ... Had two doubles in game two against Jackson State (2/5), finishing with three runs and three hits in the game ... Had three hits in game one against USF (3/25).
Prep: Played for Coach Marty Richburg at Hardaway HS ... Was a member of the high school team since eighth grade ... Helped lead Hardaway to the 2003 Georgia AAAA State Championship, in addition to the Region 2- AAAA title ... Played in the 2004 Georgia HS Senior All-Star Game ... Earned first team All-State honors as a senior and honorable mention as a freshman ... Named a member of the all-city team three times ... Won Heart of the Hawk Award from 2000-03 ... Earned the team's 2000 Hitting Award ... Hit .380 as a junior, with 38 hits, 39 RBI, 11 doubles, one triple and three home runs ... Was a perfect 10-10 in steals ... Graduated with a 3.85 GPA ... Also lettered in tennis.
Travel Ball: Played five years for the Georgia Challengers.
Personal: Daughter of Barry and Tammy Bullard ... Majoring in biology ... Born Feb. 21, 1986.
Bullard's Career Hitting Statistics
Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO
2005 (Fr.) 50-49 .259 116 21 30 8 0 1 12 7 8 27
2006 (So.) 67-67 .234 175 21 41 8 2 0 21 19 20 52
2007 (Jr.) 55-53 .195 128 21 25 7 0 4 13 8 18 42
TTLS 172-169 .229 419 63 96 23 2 5 46 34 46 121
Bullard's 2007 Game HighsHits: 2, four times (last vs. Mississippi State 4/24/07)
Runs: 3 vs. Louisiana Tech (2/24/07)
RBI: 5 vs. Louisiana Tech (2/24/07)
SB: 2 vs. Louisiana Tech (2/24/07)
Bullard's Career HighsHits: 3, three times (last vs. McNeese St., 2/18/06)
Runs: 3, three times (last vs. Louisiana Tech 2/24/07)
RBI: 5 vs. Louisiana Tech (2/24/07)
SB: 4 vs. Northwestern State (3/30/05)
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