Leicester Riders (UK-BBL)Career:
Villanova University (USA-NCAA, 1999-03); Eiffel Towers Nijmegen (Netherlands-DBL, 2003-04); Newcastle Eagles (UK-BBL, 2004-06); Joventut Badalona (Spain-ACB, 2006-07); Dexia Mons-Hainaut (Belgium-BLB, 2007-08); Newcastle Eagles (UK-BBL, 2008); CSK-VVS Samara (Russia-Superleague, 2008-09); Apollon Limassol (Cyprus-Div A, 2009-10); Newcastle Eagles (UK-BBL, 2010); Mersey Tigers (UK-BBL, 2010-12); Leicester Riders (UK-BBL, 2011-present)
Now the only player to have featured every summer since the very start of the Great Britain programme in 2006, Drew has acted as the team's captain in recent years. He has become his country's most-capped player with over 80 international appearances. He was a member of the England team which won a bronze medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia. A product of Villanova University in Philadelphia, Sullivan has played in the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Cyprus and the UK. He helped Eiffel Towers to win the Dutch League title in 2004 and then won BBL titles with Newcastle Eagles (2006), Mersey Tigers (2011) and Leicester Riders (2013), earning MVP honours in 2006 and 2013. A former 100 and 200 metres athlete, Sullivan took a coaching role in 2012-13 with Loughborough University Riders. His website is drewsullivan8.com. He goes by first name Drew. On Twitter @DrewSullivan8.