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2006-2007 Men's Golf Roster


Kent Bulle

Class: Fr.
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175 pounds
Previous School: Glasgow HS
Hometown: Glasgow, Ky.

Fall 2006: Competed in four tournaments with a scoring average of 75.17, which was 28th in the Sun Belt during the fall season ... Best finish was eighth at the Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Posted a career-best 68 in the opening round of the Jaguar Intercollegiate and shot a 6-under 210 for his best three-round total ... Shot under par in all three rounds at the Jaguar Intercollegiate (68-71-71) ... Turned in a 15th place finish in his first collegiate tournament at the Scenic City in Chattanooga.

High School: Earned six letters in golf for coach Johnny Belcher at Glasgow High School, while also lettering in basketball and tennis ... Named team MVP in 2003, 2004, and 2005 ... Set course record at Bowling Green Country Club with a 64 in the Bowling Green Invitational Tournament (2005), which also stands as the tournament record .... Named to Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) All-State team in 2005 and 2006 ... 2003 KHSAA Region Champion .... 2003 KHSAA State Golf Tournament Sportsmanship Award ... 2002 KHSAA Region Runner-up ... 2002 All-Region Team ... 2006 US Bank Hall of Fame Male Athlete ... 2006 KHSAA First Corbin District Sportsmanship Award ... 2006 KHSAA First Corbin Regional Sportsmanship Winner ... Named Team MVP in 2003, 2004, and 2005 ... Posted Lowest Tournament Score (71) and had a season stroke average of 71 in 2005 ... Team MVP in tennis in 2005 and 2006 and earned the 2006 Glasgow Athletic Booster Club Tennis Award ... Named to the 15th District All-Academic Team in basketball for the 2005 and 2006 seasons ... Kentucky All "A" Classic 4th Region All-Academic in 2005 and 2006.

Personal: Kent is majoring in Chemistry ... born on Sept. 15, 1988 ... son of Freddie and Pam Bulle ... favorite hobby is ping-pong ... plans on attending Pharmacy School upon graduation from Middle Tennessee.