Kullman to play at Mid-Michigan Community College EVART\u00a0\u2014 Evart\u2019s Kristin Kullman is extending her women\u2019s basketball career. The former Highland Conference all-league performer has announced she is joining the basketball program at Mid-Michigan Community College in Harrison. \u201cShe seems pretty excited,\u201d Evart coach Paul Higgins said. \u201cIt\u2019s a good opportunity for her.\u201d Kullman was also a second-squad member of the Pioneer dream team. She led Evart with 13.7 points per game and also averaged 3.7 rebounds. She scored 26 or more points in three games this season. Kullman said the assistant coach at MMCC, formerly from Beal City, helped to make the contact with her. Beal City is also in Evart\u2019s conference. \u201cI\u2019m excited about it,\u201d Kullman said. \u201cI always dreamed I would have that opportunity to play again.\u201d Kullman said she continued to work out even after the season ended in March. \u201cBut it was not knowing I would play again,\u201d Kullman said. \u201cThey have open gyms (at Evart High School). I\u2019ll start going to those and start getting back into things.\u201d MMCC had a 20-6 record last season. Kullman isn\u2019t sure yet what her role might be as a freshman with the Lakers. She was a consistent point producer in her three varsity seasons with Evart. \u201cThey didn\u2019t really specify,\u201d she said, referring to MMCC coaches. \u201cI\u2019ll probably find out more as I start going to open gyms. But we haven\u2019t talked much about that yet.\u201d Kullman said her strongest position has been guard. She\u2019s hoping to be able to help MMCC especially as an outside shooter. She plans on working within the next several weeks on that aspect of her game, plus other areas, considering she hasn\u2019t played competitively since March.\u201d Kullman said MMCC currently has an 11-player roster. She\u2019s undecided right now on her curriculum and will start out with general classes. Prior to the start of practices, she\u2019ll partake in unofficial workouts at MMCC.