Jim Gullo

Jim  Gullo


River Forest, IL

High School:
Oak Park

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180


2008 (Junior)

One of four players to start all 18 games ... played 1,594 of the team's 1,620 minutes ... led the MPSF with 88 saves and finished sixth in the conference with a 1.64 goals-against average ... posted a career-high eight saves in five different games during the season ... collected three shutouts, tying for the fourth-most in the conference ... member of the academic all-MPSF team.

2007 (Sophomore)

Appeared in one game for the Falcons ... played just over 40 minutes at New Mexico ... made three saves and allowed two goals.

2006 (Freshman)

Did not play a varsity match.

Before Air Force

Three-year letterwinner in soccer ... two-time all-conference selection ... named second-team all-state by the Chicago Tribune as a senior ... also an all-area selection by the Chicago Sun Times ... member of the Illinois ODP team for three years ... winner of history and English award ... high school soccer coach was Paul Wright.


Parents are Gregory and Helen Gullo ... has three sisters, Amy (18), Emily (16) and Victoria (14), and one brother, Joe (12) ... would like to attend pilot training after his time at the Academy ... completed a Cadet Summer Research Program at Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland AFB, Texas, this past summer ... he studied the effects of vascular injury on blood flow to extremities ... also was an assistant flight commander for Basic Cadet Training ... active in his squadron as the Academic Officer, directly responsible for the academic performance of the squadron ... recruited by Emory and Valparaiso ... enjoys fishing and waterskiing in his spare time ... favorite food is lobster ... favorite movie is Grandma's Boy ... person in history he would most like to meet is Abraham Lincoln ... credits his parents with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 4.

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