Downingtown, Pa./Malvern Prep
As A Blue Hen: Fourth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned two letters • will provide depth in the Delaware backcourt.
2011-12 Season: Appeared in six games for the Blue Hens • played the final minute against VCU (1/14) • missed a three-point attempt during the final minute at George Mason (1/18) • appeared during the final minute of the victory over Towson (1/23) • grabbed a rebound and missed a field goal attempt during the win over UNCW (2/8) • appeared during the final minute of the CAA Tournament Quarterfinal game against Old Dominion (3/3) • played the final minute at Butler in the CBI Tournament (3/14).
2010-11 Season: Saw action in three games during his sophomore campaign • connected on a three-pointer during the final minute against George Mason (1/24) • recorded a steal while playing two minutes at Hofstra (2/26) • appeared during the final minute of the CAA Tournament Quarterfinal game against Old Dominion (3/5).
2009-10 Season: Appeared in four games for the Blue Hens • played one minute against Temple (11/14), Northeastern (2/2), William & Mary (2/10), and VCU (3/5) • missed only three-point attempt versus the Huskies.
High School: Two-year letterwinner at Malvern Prep in Malvern, Pa. • earned second team All-Main Line Honors and honorable mention All-Inter Academic League accolades as a senior • also received the Varsity Basketball Sportsmanship award • averaged 8.0 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 2.0 steals as a junior while leading the team to a 19-11 season • earned the Freshman Basketball Coaches Award during his first season with the team • was a member of the National Art Honors Society as a junior at Malvern.
Personal: Brendan Patrick McNulty • son of Edward and Eleanor McNulty • has three brothers, Shawn, Connor, and Tyler • traveled to Africa for two weeks in February, 2009 on a safari doing missionary work • business major at Delaware • enjoys music, movies, books and doing community service • interned wtih National Property Practice/Risk Management Consulting at Beecher Carlson in Atlanta over the summer.
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