TULSA – A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . career numbers include seven goals and six assists for 20 points . . . has started 48 of 57 games played . . . a two-sport athlete at Tulsa who also competes in track.
JUNIOR (1999) – Started all 17 games played . . . recorded three goals and two assists for eight points . . . was named the WAC Player of the Week on Nov. 1 . . . earned the assist on Ted Figard’s game-winning goal against #22 Bowling Green (9/12) . . . tallied game-winning goals against San Jose State (10/29) and Fresno State (10/31) . . . was named to the all-WAC Academic team.
SOPHOMORE (1998) – Started all 21 games . . . scored four goals and earned three assists . . . tallied two goals against Cal State Fullerton (9/25) and recorded the game-winning goal against Drury (9/13) . . . was tabbed to the all-WAC Academic Team.
FRESHMAN (1997) – Started in 19 of 21 games played . . . earned one assist against cross-town rival Oral Roberts (9/25) . . . was named to the SMS Great Southern/Lotto Classic All-Tournament team.
PRIOR TO TULSA – Was a four-time letterwinner at St. Thomas Aquinas High School . . . was named the 1996 Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year and the Kansas NSCAA/Umbro Player of the Year . . . also earned first-team All-America and All-Midwest merits voted by the NSCAA . . . led St. Thomas Aquinas High School to four Class 5A state titles (1993-96) and to the 1994 Umbro High School Poll National Championship . . . set the United States record for the fastest goal scored in the history of high school soccer, six seconds vs. Olathe East High School in 1995.
PERSONAL – Majoring in finance . . . a two-year member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll . . . son of Thomas and Donita McCullough . . . born May 27, 1979.
McCullough’s Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 1997 19-10 10 0 1 1 1998 21-21 15 4 3 11 1999 17-17 17 3 2 8 Totals 57-48 42 7 6 20
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