Clover Hill sharpshooter will play at ODAC power Virginia Wesleyan

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Dylan Bultje’s lightning fast release combined with his ability to get open proved to be a dangerous combination for anyone who had to guard against him. The senior guard’s movement off the ball gsve him plenty of opportunities to shoot from deep, and he did not disappoint.

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Bultje’s produced solid production during his senior year at Clover Hill averaging 9.3 points per game, and 3 assist. He was a leader for his team on and off the court, as he was named one of the co-captions.

His play at Clover Hill and with Murrer 22, earned him plenty of collegiate interest; however, it was Virginia Wesleyan College that made the best impression on Bultje.

“I choose VWC because Coach [Dave] Macedo and the coaching staff and their rich basketball history,” said Bultje. “Also, both of my parents went there, it’s on the ODAC, and my friend Tim Fisher from Mills Godwin is also going there.”

The 6-1 150-pound guard had nothing but appreciation and gratitude for the people that helped him come this far.

“My dad and my AAU coach Matt Murrer have done so much for me,” explained Bultje. “They have always pushed me to be a leader and to have a good work ethic. It’s cool to see it all pay off.”

Virginia Wesleyan College is a NCAA Division III program located in Norfolk. Last year, the Marlins finished 19-9 and made an appearance in the ODAC semifinal game.

With the addition of Bultje and Fisher, they will be looking to take the next step and claim the ODAC Conference Title.