COLLEGE: 2003-04: Fourth all-time in West Virginia history with 1,732 career points ... Guided West Virginia to first NCAA tournament berth since 1992, the school's first ever Big East semifinal appearance and third-best season in school history (21-11) ... Averaged 14.6 ppg, 1.3 apg and 4.7 ppg ... The Mountaineers' career three-point field goal leader (301) and ranks 11th all-time in NCAA history ... Set West Virginia's single-season three-point record with 92 ... Career-high eight three-pointers at Miami (2/8) ... West Virginia was 24-6 when Bulger scored 20+ points ... Member of the All-Big East Second Team. 2002-03: Third nationally in three-point field goal percentage, 47.0% (77-for-164) ... Led West Virginia in scoring (15.8 ppg), three-point field goals made (77) and points (443) ... Topped the team in scoring in 15 of 28 games ... 23 double-digit scoring efforts ... Seven 20+ point scoring efforts ... Eighth in Big East in scoring (15.8) and 11th in field goal percentage (42.2%) ... Scored career-high 36 points, including the game winner, on 14-for-28 shooting, in West Virginia's 77-74 overtime win against Syracuse; set a West Virginia Coliseum record for points and field goals made against the Orangewomen and was named Big East player of the week (March 3) after that performance ... Scored game-high 25 points on 10-for-20 shooting, including 5-for-9 from three-point range, at No. 1 Connecticut ... Scored 1,000th career point and 22 overall against Notre Dame ... Named All-Underrated All-America honorable mention by womenscollegehoops.com. 2001-02: All-Big East second team performer ... Finished second in Big East in scoring (15.4 ppg) ... Two-time Big East Player of the Week ... Ranked 20th in the nation in three-point field goals made per game (2.7) and 30th in three-point field goal percentage (40.2%) ... Led West Virginia in scoring in 14 games ... Ranked eighth in the Big East with 40.4 % from the field ... Scored season-high 33 points on 14-for-24 shooting, including five three-pointers against Robert Morris ... 22 double-digit scoring games. 2000-01: Big East All-Rookie Team selection ... Ranked 14th in the nation in three-point field goal percentage (41.2%) ... Seventh in Big East scoring average (14.4) and second in three-point percentage ... Sixth in Big East with 2.07 three-pointers per game ... Led team in field goal percentage (42.3%), points (390), three-point percentage and scoring average (14.4 ppg) ... Second on team in minutes (938), assists (63) and blocks (17) ... Started all 27 games ... 21 double-digit scoring efforts ... Toured with the conference all-stars in Europe.