Goal Keeper Coach
Club: She has been a member of J.B. Marine SC since age U-11 under the coaching direction of Mark Kaiser and father John Kulla.
High School: At Incarnate Word Academy she was a Missouri State Champion 2004, Runner-Up in 2005 and 2007.
College: Marquette University
She was named the 66th Annual Marquette McCahill Award Recipient in 2013, presented annually to the Marquette senior student-athlete from the previous year who demonstrated the highest performance in scholarship, leadership and athletics.
In 2012, Kulla was given Marquette’s Outstanding Senior Female Athlete Award as well as the Cura Personalis Award, honoring her work as chair of Marquette’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
She is one of the most decorated soccer players in the Golden Eagles’ history. She was named the 2011-12 BIG EAST Female Student-Athlete of the Year, which was a first for Marquette.
She is a Two-time BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year and the holder of Marquette’s single-season (16) and career (43) shutout records. Her career shutouts record ranks seventh all-time in the NCAA. She finished her career with program-record 0.74 goals-against average and ranks second on the school’s career wins (58) and minutes (7835:04) charts.
She won three consecutive BIG EAST American Division titles and had four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, including a berth in the Sweet 16 in 2010.
United States U23 Women’s National Team
As a member of the United States U23 Women’s National Team from 2010-2012, she travelled with the team to London for the 2010 Tournament of Friends and recorded a shutout in a friendly match vs. the South Korean National team in 2010.