Rachel Bullard
Rachel Bullard
Position: Assistant Coach
Seasons at Butler: Second Year
Rachel Bullard, a former standout collegiate player and high school head coach, is in her second year as an assistant coach for the Butler women's basketball team.

Bullard joined the Bulldog staff after serving one season as head coach at Lawrence Central High School. Prior to that, she was an assistant varsity coach at George Washington Community School in Indianapolis from 2004-05 and was the varsity head coach at Laurens High School from 2002-04.

She earned her first coaching experience at Presbyterian College under head coach Beth Couture in 2001-02, serving as a student assistant following an outstanding four-year collegiate career.

Couture is a first-hand witness to Bullard's athletic talents, having coached her for four seasons and worked with her on the sidelines for one during her tenure as head coach at Presbyterian.

A starter all four seasons, the former Rachel Sloan helped the Blue Hose to a 97-24 record, three-straight South Atlantic Conference (SAC) regular season and tournament titles and three appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

A two-time SAC Player of the Year and three-time All-American, she still reigns as the all-time leader in career points (1,889) and rebounds (1,034)s and is the only women's basketball player in school history to have her jersey retired.

In April 2007, Bullard was inducted into the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame.

A native of Greensville, S.C, she graduated in 2002 with a degree in math education.

She and her husband, Roland, have a son, Roland III, who was born on August 4, 2006. They reside in Indianapolis.