Matt Boullt

Matt Boullt

Position: Defender

Birthdate: Sept. 6, 1990

Status: Academy Protected Player

Birthplace: USA

High School: Fort Bend Clements, 2009

College: University of Tulsa

 

OUTLOOK: Sturdy, experienced defender with good size and skill. College junior at University of Tulsa (2011-12).

2010 TULSA: Academic all-Conference USA ... Started 19 of 21 games, missing only two NCAA tournament starts due to injury ... Contributed two goals and three assists to rank fifth on the team in points from his right back position while helping Tulsa reach the Conference USA championship game and the second round of the NCAA tournament ... Notchedassists against Western Illinois on 9/10, Missouri State on 9/21, and Kentucky on 11/10 ... Scored opening goal with deflected outside shot in 4-1 win vs. St. Louis on 9/17 ... Scored clinching goal in 90th minute of 5-1 win vs. Florida International on Oct. 30 ... Set up opening goal in 5-0 demolition of No. 3 seed Kentucky in Conference USA Championship opener on 11/10 ... Tulsa fell to South Carolina in overtime in C-USA title game ... Missed NCAA tournament first round match due to hip flexor injury, but Tulsa beat Bradley 2-0 ... Appeared as a substitute in season-ending loss to No. 14 Indiana on 11/21.

2009 TULSA: Appeared in 21 of 22 games as a freshman, making 19 starts on the back line to help the Golden Hurricane reach the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time in school history ... Named man of the match in 1-1 tie vs. Seattle on 9/4 ... Earned first career assist in 5-1 win vs. No. 23 UAB on 10/17 ... Also picked up assists in 3-2 loss vs. SMU on 10/21 and 2-1 win at Marshall on 10/25 ... Also earned assist in 3-0 win vs. Marshall on 11/15 in Conference USA championship game ... Part of shutout defense in NCAA Round of 16 win vs. No. 5 Northwestern on 11/23 ... Named to the College Soccer News 100 Freshmen to Watch list.

PERSONAL: Commuted to Tulsa to play club soccer during high school ... Majoring in finance ... Named to the Tulsa Dean's List in each of his first two years at college.