Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2011: Played in and started 13 games as a senior ... missed seven contests (Mar. 5 - Apr.2) due to injury ... still ranked fourth on the team with 28 goals and fifth on the squad with 16 draw controls ... recorded on season-high five points on four goals and an assist against Richmond on Feb. 18 ... registered six games with three or more goals on the season, including hat tricks in three of the last four contests of the year ... in the Duke record books, tied for eighth all-time with 141 career goals and sits in 11th place with 167 career points ... also ranks in the top-20 in school history in career draw controls (12th, 91), caused turnovers (14th, 64) and assists (t-16th, 26).
2010: Selected first team All-America by the IWLCA/U.S. Lacrosse after leading Duke in goals (48) and caused turnovers (27) for the season … third team WomensLacrosse.com All-America pick … named a Tewaaraton Trophy candidate for the second straight season … earned first team All-South distinction in addition to All-ACC Tournament and all-conference accolades … chosen to the ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District second team … started all 20 games as a junior, totaling 59 points on 48 goals and 11 assists, both career highs … along with Lindsay Gilbride, one of two Devils to reach double figures in goals, assists, caused turnovers, draw controls and ground balls for the season … ranked second on the team in draw controls (27) and fourth in ground balls (33) … ranked fifth in the ACC, averaging 2.4 goals per game … tied for the team lead with 13 multi-goal contests … scored the game-tying goal with three minutes remaining in Duke’s 16-15 win over No. 9 Vanderbilt in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament … netted a career-high five goals on two occasions (at No. 7 Princeton and at Richmond) … against the Spiders, set a career high with seven points as well … selected ACC Player of the Week following Duke’s win over Princeton ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Second-team IWLCA/U.S. Lacrosse All-America selection … earned WomensLax.com and WomensLacrosse.com third team All-America honors … first team All-South honoree as well as a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee … named to the All-ACC Academic and All-ACC Tournament squads … started all 21 games for the Blue Devils … was fourth on the team with 39 goals … dished out seven assists to total 46 points … second on the team with 31 ground balls … tallied three goals in the Blue Devils’ NCAA win over No. 10 Virginia … netted a season-high four goals against No. 2 Maryland in the ACC Tournament finals … also a member of the U.S. National Women’s Lacrosse Team that won the 2009 World Cup Championship … scored a goal in the finals in the United States’ 8-7 win over Australia … totaled seven goals on nine shots for the World Cup tournament, including two-goal games against England and Japan ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2008: Earned a spot on the 2008-09 World Cup Training Team after being selected to the national team player pool … one of two Blue Devil freshmen named to the ACC All-Academic team … named to the WomensLacrosse.com all-rookie squad … ACC All-Tournament team selection after scoring two goals against Virginia Tech and three against Virginia … started all 21 games in her freshman campaign … netted 26 goals and added four assists for 30 points … took 51 shots, 44 on goal, for an .863 SOG percentage … her 32 ground balls was the second-highest total among field players … captured 24 draw controls and caused 11 turnovers … found the back of the net in 13 contests, while notching multiple tallies in 10 … posted hat tricks against No. 2 Virginia, No. 18 Richmond and Virginia Tech ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner at Buckingham, Browne & Nichols … served as captain of the U.S. Under-19 National Team that captured the World Championship in August of 2007 … named first team All-America three consecutive years … Under Armour All-America choice … three-time Lower New England team member … named All-Independent School League three years in a row … tallied 227 goals and 60 assists … two-time team captain … played for the Revolution Lacrosse club team … captain and multiple year all-league team choice in soccer and ice hockey … awarded Craig B. Stonestreet prize for excellence in academics, athletics and extracurricular activities … president of Student Athletic Association ... earned Nichols Prize as the student-athlete that maintained the highest GPA.
Personal: Sarah Babineau Bullard ... daughter of Julie and Lyman Bullard … has one brother (Lyman) … father (‘77) played soccer and ice hockey at Harvard … mother (‘78) played tennis, squash and field hockey at Trinity College and was nationally ranked in squash and an All-America in tennis ... majoring in Sociology with a certificate in Markets and Management Studies.