Three siblings of the Bulger family excelled at WVU as athletes, with the most recent being All-Big East basketball player Meg Bulger.
It has been announced that Meg will be inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame with the class of 2019, joining her brother Marc (inducted in 2010) and her sister Kate (inducted in 2018).
Older brother Marc took to Twitter to announce the “hat trick” by the Bulger siblings.
— Marc Bulger (@MarcBulger10) June 23, 2019
Meg is fifth all-time in scoring at WVU with 1,665 points. Her 663 points in 2005 was the fourth highest scoring season in West Virginia history. She was also a team captain, All-America honorable mention and All-Big East honoree. During her time in Morgantown she was one of top players in the Big East.
She is currently a sideline reporter and teams up with another former Mountaineer, Rasheed Marshall, who serves as the color commentator for AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. The two teamed up with Rob King to handle the season opener for the Mountaineers.
Thank you to @robkinger91 @RasheedMarshall @WVUPUNK3 & @ATTSportsNetPIT my pleasure to work w/ you! And a huge congrats to @NealBrown_WVU on a celebratory “Country Roads” for the first time! pic.twitter.com/mzswp3LTff
— Meg Bulger (@MegBulger4) September 1, 2019
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Congratulations to the Bulger family as they embody what it means to be a Mountaineer.
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