2003 (Junior): Baylor's team leader in goals scored (9), points (20) and shots (61)... Started the season strong by scoring a goal in each of the first six contests, establishing a new school record for most consecutive games with a goal scored... Posted multiple-goal games against North Texas (8/31) and Houston (9/5)... Had the game-winning goal in three contests on the season, in victories over Eastern Washington (8/29), Houston (9/5) and TCU (9/14)... Started all 18 games at the forward position... Scored Baylor's lone goal in a loss to Missouri (10/24)... Tallied two assists on the season, both coming in Baylor's 4-0 win over TCU (9/14)... Had a season high eight shots in the victory at Houston (9/5)... Posted a season-high three shots on goal against Kansas (9/26), Air Force (9/21) and North Texas (8/31)... Among Baylor career leaders in multi-goal games (4th, 4), goals (4th, 21), shots (5th, 153) and points (4th, 50)... Nine goals placed her tenth on the list for most goals in a season... Finished among the conference leaders in shots (8th, 61), goals (t8th, 9), game-winning goals (t5th, 3), shots per game (4th, 3.39), points per game (8th, 1.11) and goals per game (t6th, .50).
2002 (Sophomore): After a slow start to the season, finished third on the team in goals (4) and points (11) and second on the squad in assists (3) ... Appeared in all 19 games, starting 17 times ... Fed Ryan Lee for the game-winning assist against Mississippi State (9/1) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Bears' first conference win of the year, a 1-0 victory over Kansas (10/4) ... Scored her third goal of the year just 1:33 into the game against then-No. 6 Texas A&M (10/11), giving the Bears a lead they would hold until the 84th minute in an eventual 1-1 tie ... Put Baylor on top early with a goal at Iowa State (10/25).
2001 (Freshman) Played in all 18 games, starting 17 times ... Led the team in points (19) and goals (eight), becoming the first freshman to lead the team in either category since 1996, when Molly Cameron set program records with 32 goals and 75 points in the program's inaugural season ... Rosario-Tull's eight goals and 19 points were the most by a Baylor freshman since three Bears scored higher totals in 1996 ... Scored her first collegiate goal against Furman (9/2) ... Notched her first career multi-goal game against Oklahoma State (10/14), scoring twice to power a 3-2 Baylor extra-time win ... For her efforts, was named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (10/8-10/14) ... One week later, recorded a second multi-goal game, making her just the fourth player in Baylor history to record more than one multiple-goal game in a career ... Also earned her a second straight Big 12 Newcomer of the Week award (10/15-10/21) ... Scored Baylor's lone goal against Nebraska in the Big 12 Tournament (11/8).
High School Came to Baylor from Mansfield High School in Mansfield, Texas, where she played four years of varsity soccer ... Honors included offensive newcomer of the year as a freshman, player of the year as a senior, and first-team all-district ... Attended Baylor Soccer Camp in 2000 ... Played on the same Dallas Texans club team as Baylor letterwinners Candace Reilly, Ryan Lee and Stephanie Dempsey ... Also played for Sting '83, for the North Texas ODP State team and the Region III Regional Team ... Lettered as a freshman in cross country ... Member of the Junior Honor Society.
Personal Full name is Ginny Marie Rosario-Tull ... Born Dec. 27, 1982, in Houston, Texas ... Daughter of Bobby and Jan Tull ... Has three older brothers: Bobby, Keith and Ben ... Ben played soccer at Wesleyan ... Majoring in education ... Hobbies include basket-weaving ... Describes herself as "goofy, independent and carefree."