Washington, D.C. - Vicky Bullett has been voted as the newest member of the Washington Mystics' All-Time team. She joins former Mystics player Murriel Page and current Mystics forward Crystal Langhorne as members on the Mystics All-Time team.

A two-time Olympian (1988, 1992), Bullett spent six seasons in the WNBA. She retired following the 2002 season after helping lead the Mystics to the 2002 Eastern Conference Finals where she averaged 8.5 points per game and 5.8 rebounds per game. She was also named to the 1999 Inaugural All-Star team. In 2009, Bullett returned to the Mystics as an assistant coach. In 2011, she was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. In addition to playing in the WNBA, Bullett has an illustrious international career, competing primarily in Italy,

An alum of the University of Maryland, Bullet earned numerous honors throughout her collegiate career including Kodak All-American and All-ACC first team and was a member of three ACC Championship teams. In 2003, she was named a member of the ACC Women's Basketball 50th Anniversary team and a few years later, Bullett was named an ACC Women's Basketball Legend. As one of Maryland's most decorated athletes, she is a member of the Maryland Athletics Walk of Fame. She is currently the head coach at Hagerstown Community College.

The All-Time team will be unveiled on August 19, which will mark the Mystics' first game following the Olympic break. Each week leading up to August 19, a new member of the team will be announced.

Celebrating their 15th season, the WNBA's Washington Mystics are owned and operated by Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which is one of the largest integrated sports and entertainment companies in the country with one of the most diverse partnership groups in all of sports. The group also owns and operates the NBA's Washington Wizards, the NHL's Washington Capitals and Verizon Center - the premier sports and entertainment venue in Washington, D.C. Monumental Sports & Entertainment also oversees the management of Kettler Capitals Iceplex, the state-of-the-art training facility for the Capitals, and George Mason University's Patriot Center.