Thank you all for your support of Presentation College Women's Basketball! The PC Basketball Pride Club is a great place to get insider access to program information, schedules, records, stats, and all things PC WBB. It will also provide weekly information about what the team is up to and spot light players. The donations for this program will go toward the year round developmental opportunities such as gear and equipment. If you have any questions about the PC Basketball Pride Club or are interested in other ways to support our Saints, please contact assistant coach, Aimee Burmester, at 605-229-8487, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Sharmayne Hardy
Hometown: Hardin, Mont.
Position: Point Guard
Major: Athletic Training
What is your go-to Karaoke song: Just Fine, Mary J. Blige
If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be: Tacos
What is your favorite sport to watch: Tennis
Where is your dream vacation: Rome
What are your pet peeves: When people leave lights on before they leave the house or if they aren’t in the room anymore.
If money, was no object, what would you do with your life: Travel
What motivates you to work hard: My family
What has been your biggest accomplishment in your life: The student-athlete lifestyle.
What are your career goals: Become an athletic trainer.
What is your favorite memory from PC: karaoke and wrestling
Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
Position: Shooting guard
Major: Athletic Training
What is your go-to karaoke song: Irreplaceable by Beyonce.
If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be: If there was only one thing, I could eat it would be mac and cheese.
What is your favorite sport to watch: My favorite sport to watch is women's basketball.
What is your dream vacation: My dream vacation is Paris.
What are your biggest pet peeves: My biggest pet peeves are people chewing with their mouths open and when people pop their gum.
If money was no object, what would you do with your life: If money was no object, I would travel around the world.
What motivates you to work hard: Knowing where I started and how proud my parents are of me motivates me to work hard.
What has been your biggest accomplishment in your life: My biggest accomplishment has been becoming a student-athlete.
What are your career goals: My career goal is to be an athletic trainer at a college.
What is your favorite memory from PC: My favorite memory at PC would be making it to the Final Four of the NSAA tournament.
Aimee Burmester is set to serve as the assistant women’s basketball coach for the 2019-20 season.
Burmester returns to PC after previously serving as the Sports Information Director from 2011 to 2012, and will also fill the assistant sports information director this year.
Prior to her return to Presentation, Burmester was a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual from 2012 to September 2019.
Burmester graduated from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minn., in 2010 and was a four-year member of the SMSU women’s basketball team as a power forward. She graduated with a degree in Speech Communications with and emphasis in Public Relations.
She currently resides in Aberdeen, with her cat, Henry.
Nicole Bullock is set to begin her first season as the head coach of the women's basketball team at Presentation.
The Sac City, Iowa native comes to Presentation from New Brighton, Minn., where she served as the head varsity girls’ basketball coach at Irondale High School for the past three years. Prior to her high school stint at IHS, Bullock was the head coach at Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville, Iowa. Before moving on to her first head-coaching role, Coach Bullock was at NCAA DII, Adams State (Colo.), where she was an assistant coach for three years. During her time at Adams State, the Grizzlies posted numerous achievements including two 21-win seasons and the first appearance in program history in the NCAA DII National Tournament Sweet 16.
As a college athlete, Bullock played four years at NCAA DII, Southwest Minnesota State University, in Marshall, Minn. During her time as a Mustang, Bullock guided her team to a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Championship, an appearance in the NCAA National Tournament, team captain, and landed on the NSIC All-Academic and Scholar-Athlete teams.
Bullock holds a B.S. in Exercise Science and a Master's in Kinesiology from San Diego State University. She resides in Aberdeen with her dogs, Yasper and Tally.