Former WPIAL great Meg Bulger reflects on WVU, shares brother Marc’s curling dreams
Former WPIAL basketball star Meg Bulger enjoyed a Hall of Fame induction over the weekend.
This time in Morgantown, W.Va.
The West Virginia Athletics Hall of Fame opened its doors to Bulger , where she joins her brother Marc (football) and sister Kate (basketball), who are also members.
Bulger — an Oakland Catholic alum — was a scoring standout over her four years as a Mountaineer.
After starting her career as the Big East Rookie of the Year, Bulger went on to become a two-time Honorable Mention All-American in Morgantown. Bulger departed WVU ranked fifth all-time in career scoring with 1,665 points.
During her four seasons at Oakland Catholic High School, she won 120 games and lost only 10. That’s why she is a WPIAL Hall of Famer, too.
Bulger is now working on some of the WVU basketball and football broadcasts. We talk about her expanding media career, the state of women’s basketball and West Virginia’s place in the Big XII for both women’s hoops and football.
Plus, we get into her family’s famous basketball brawls, if Marc is going to come out of retirement to be a Steelers quarterback and his quest to be an Olympic curler.