|High School (Prev. School)||I Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace|
A Preseason Second Team All-Horizon League pick for 2008-2009.
2007-2008: Started all 30 games for the Brown and Gold as a junior ... earned Second Team All-Horizon League honors ... named Horizon League Player of the Week on three occasions (Dec. 10, Jan. 7, and Jan. 21) ... voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Second Team ... recorded a triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 12 assists in the win against Green Bay on Jan. 19 while playing 44 minutes ... made three free throws with no time remaining on the clock to force overtime in the victory over the Phoenix ... 437 points rank eighth all-time at Valpo for a single season ... finished fifth in the Horizon League averaging 14.6 points per game ... finished fifth in the league averaging 3.6 assists per contest and tied for sixth with 1.9 steals per night ... ranked second in the in the conference and 33rd in the nation making 84.6% from the free throw line ... tenth in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.2) ... tallied 24 double digit scoring games ... grabbed 10 rebounds at Wright State on Jan. 24 ... had nine assists in the Horizon League Tournament quarterfinal contest at Milwaukee (Mar. 12) ... scored a career-high 29 points against Butler (Jan. 5) and had 26 against both North Texas (Dec. 8) and Saint Xavier (Dec. 22) ... scored 20 or more points six times ... had six steals in the game at home against Butler (Jan. 5) and at Detroit (Jan. 26) ... played all 40 minutes against Ball State (Dec. 1), Milwaukee (Jan.17), and at Butler (Mar. 8) ... voted to the Horizon League's All-Academic Team ... named to the Horizon League's Fall and Spring Academic Honor Rolls.
2006-2007: Started 24 of 30 games for Valpo at point guard ... scored in double figures seven times on the season ... scored a career-high 18 points against Bradley on Nov. 28 ... tallied 13 points against both Loyola (Chicago) (Nov. 30) and against Southern Utah in the Mid-Continent Conference Tournament quarterfinals (Mar. 4) ... dished out three or more assists 13 times on the season ... second on the team with 73 total helpers ... had a career-best five assists against both Bradley and Indiana State on Dec. 2 ... made three three-pointers against Bradley ... had a career-high four steals at IUPUI on Feb. 12 ... was a perfect 5-of-5 from the free throw line against UMKC on Feb. 24 ... a member of the Mid-Continent Conference All-Academic Team ... named to the Mid-Con Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
Summer 2006: Played for Poland in the Under-20 European Championships ... averaged 10.9 points and 3.6 rebounds per game ... scored 21 points against Turkey ... averaged 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game during the tournament ... shot 43.8% from three-point range.
2005-2006: Saw action in 18 games for the Crusaders in a reserve role as a freshman ... scored a season-high 10 points at UMKC on Feb. 25 ... went 4-of-7 from the floor against the Kangaroos ... tallied eight points against Centenary on Feb. 6 ... grabbed four rebounds in the against Centenary while playing a season-high 15 minutes against the Ladies ... shot 44.0% from the field on the season ... made 12-of-15 (80%) from the free throw line ... named to the Mid-Continent Conference All-Academic Team.
Poland: The top scorer in the senior conference once and five times in the junior conference ... averaged 31.1 points and seven assists during last season in the Second Division of the Senior League ... promoted to the First Division in 2005 ... named to the Polish Cadettes National Team ... Most Valuable Player in the Polish Junior Championships ... named MKS Palac Mlodziezy MVP five times ... All-Conference MVP in the Junior League ... five times a member of the All-Conference Team ... also played volleyball.
Personal: Agnieszka is the daughter of Jacek Kulaga and Krystyna Rybolowicz-Kulaga ... born February 20, 1986 ... received bachelor's degree in international business ... working on master's degree in business administration.