Full name: Victoria Andrea "Vicky" Bullett
Height: 6-2.5 (190 cm)
Weight: 137 lbs (62 kg)
Born: October 4, 1967 in Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States
Affiliations: Maryland Terrapins, College Park, Maryland (USA) / Basket Puglia, Bari (ITA)
Country: United States
Medals: 1 Gold, 1 Bronze (2 Total)
Vicky Bullett played college basketball at the University of Maryland (1985-89), where she led the Terrapins to three ACC titles and one Final Four. She was All-ACC in 1987, 1988, and 1989, and in 1989 was named ACC Player of the Year and an All-American. Her #23 jersey was later retired by Maryland and she was named to the Maryland Athletics Walk of Fame.
Bullett played for the USA at the 1988 and 1992 Olympics, winning gold in 1988, and bronze in 1992. She also won a gold medal at the 1990 World Championships and the 1990 Goodwill Games. From 1990-97 Bullett played professional basketball in Italy, with Bari from 1990-93 and Cesena from 1993-97. She was a four-time All-Star in the Italian League. She also played for several years in Brazil with the Data Control / Fluminense team, winning a Brazilian league title in 1998.
In 1997 Bullett joined the Charlotte Sting of the WNBA, leading them to the play-offs for three consecutive years. In 2000 she was traded to the Washington Mystics. She retired from the WNBA in 2002 but continued to play overseas through 2007. During her time with the Mystics, Bullett returned to the University of Maryland to earn a graduate degree in social work. She taught for the Board of Education I West Virginia for a time, but later went into coaching, starting in 2009 as an assistant with the Mystics and then as their manager of basketball operations. She then coached at Hagerstown Community College in Maryland and soon after, became head coach at West Virginia Wesleyan. Bullett was inducted into the Womenâs Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011. The street where she grew up in Martinsburg, West Virginia was renamed âVicky Bullett Streetâ in her honor.
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||Women's Basketball||United States||USA||1||Gold|
|1992 Summer||24||Barcelona||Basketball||Women's Basketball||United States||USA||3||Bronze|
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||United States||USA||Final Round||Match 1/2||1||1988-09-29||USA 77, YUG 70||4||3||0||0||0||0|
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||United States||USA||Semi-Finals||Match #2||1||1988-09-27||USA 102, URS 88||0||0||0||1||1||0|
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||United States||USA||Group B||Match #1||1||1988-09-19||USA 87, TCH 81||6||4||0||1||1||0|
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||United States||USA||Group B||Match #3||1||1988-09-22||USA 101, YUG 74||10||5||1||0||0||1|
|1988 Summer||20||Seoul||Basketball||United States||USA||Group B||Match #6||1||1988-09-25||USA 94, CHN 79||2||3||1||1||0||0|
|1992 Summer||24||Barcelona||Basketball||United States||USA||Final Round||Match 3/4||1||1992-08-07||USA 88, CUB 74||4||2||0||0||0||0|
|1992 Summer||24||Barcelona||Basketball||United States||USA||Semi-Finals||Match #2||2||1992-08-05||EUN 79, USA 73||0||1||1||4||0||0|
|1992 Summer||24||Barcelona||Basketball||United States||USA||Group B||Match #1||1||1992-07-30||USA 111, TCH 55||2||1||0||5||0||0|
|1992 Summer||24||Barcelona||Basketball||United States||USA||Group B||Match #3||1||1992-08-01||USA 93, CHN 67||6||2||0||1||1||0|