Bullett

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  • Bullett played at various times as a center, small forward, and power forward.
  • Four times during her career, Bullett was named an All-Star for the Italian league.
  • Bullett was also a renowned professional basketball player in Italy through much of the 1990s.
  • Bullett went on alone and later built the road and spa in Hot Springs.
  • Bullett graduated from Maryland with a bachelor's degree in general studies.
  • One of her older brothers coached her high school basketball team and helped Bullett attract the attention of collegiate scouts.
  • It was named for Hanna Bullett, the daughter of a prominent early resident.
  • Bullett Magazine is a quarterly fashion, arts and culture magazine that features a flip-cover for a unisex audience.
  • Bullett then taught for the Board of Education of Berkeley County, West Virginia and took graduate courses in education.
  • Over the next three seasons, Bullett started in all 90 Sting games and averaged more than 10 points per game.
  • Bullett retired from the WNBA after the 2002 season, then retired from overseas professional play in 2007.
  • In February 2009, the Washington Mystics announced their hiring of Bullett as an assistant coach.
  • Within nine months Bullett went from concept to the shelves of hundreds of newsstands and Barnes & Noble stores across the United States.
  • The dogs were big and fat, but the only ones which proved of much service for sledging were Snowy, a nice white dog, and Bullett. Cited from Worst Journey in the World, Volumes 1 and 2, by Apsley Cherry-Garrard
  • After she graduated, the University of Maryland honored Bullett by retiring her jersey (#23).
  • She moved back to Martinsburg, West Virginia, which renamed the street where she grew up "Vicky Bullett Street" in her honor.
  • In March 2010 she left to launch Bullett Magazine with her brother Nick Ralph, where she became its director and Editor-in-Chief.
  • Captain Bullett, who defended the baggage with great resolution, and contributed to save the remnant of the detachment, was the only officer who escaped unhurt. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 2 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • Fellow left-handed forward Crystal Langhorne in 2007-2008 broke many of Bullett's Maryland career records.
  • Multiple lyrics from the tracks of kin were given as responses to questions posted in an interview with Bullett magazine in November 2011.
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