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  Julie Christy
Julie Christy

Player Profile

Malvern, Pa.

High School:



As a Junior in 2009: A key member of the Stanford midfield, starting all 18 games ... a first team All-MPSF selection ... named to the second team of the West/Midwest all-region team ... scored 24 goals, good for fifth-best on the team ... scored a career-high four goals and also dished out an assist in a 18-7 win at Saint Mary's ... matched her career-high of four goals in a 20-12 loss at Maryland (3/29) ... had two-goal games in a 15-10 win over Albany (2/18), a 17-10 win over Denver (4/10) and a 18-13 win over Cal (4/26) ... second on the team with 34 draw controls and third with 23 ground balls.

As a Sophomore in 2008: Team leader in draw controls (35) and second in ground balls (26) ... the only non-senior among Stanford's five All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation selections ... scored a collegiate high three goals in two of season's final three games ... they came in an 11-10 regular-season finale victory over Dartmouth (4/27) and in the MPSF Tournament final victory over Denver (5/3) ... her final goal against Denver, with 5:25 left off a pass from Amanda Schwab, proved to be the winner ... it gave Stanford a 9-5 lead and Cardinal held on for 9-8 win ... had seven draw controls in loss at Denver (4/20), tied for the second-highest in Stanford history ... had a goal and assist in first collegiate start, a 14-6 season-opening win over Le Moyne (2/2) ... with 55 draw controls in her first two seasons, is on pace to become the fourth Stanford player to reach 100.

As a Freshman in 2007: Appeared in all 17 games for the Cardinal in first season ... scored eight goals and recorded eight assists for 16 points ... scored first collegiate goal against Connecticut (3/4) ... took 17 shots and recorded a .471 shooting percentage ... third with 20 draw controls ... had 10 ground balls and forced four turnovers ... was named MPSF Player of the Week for her performance in a 10-9 upset of No. 12 Vanderbilt (3/31) ... had two goals and the winning assist in the game.

High School: A 2006 graduate of Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pa. ... a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and field hockey ... captained lacrosse and field hockey teams as a senior ... led Conestoga to three state District I AAA titles in four years ... as a senior, led team in draw controls (58 in 21 games), ground balls (83), forced turnovers (37) and interceptions (27) ... also scored 33 goals and had 10 assists ... was voted Pioneers' MVP for the third consecutive season ... received first team All-American and twice earned All-Central League first-team honors ... Academic All-American ... three-time all-area choice by the Main Line Times ... also a two-time MVP in field hockey ... 2006 Delaware County Times player of the year ... district championships MVP.

Personal: Born in Philadelphia ... daughter of Paul and Lisa Christy ... mother played lacrosse at Lehigh ... has three younger brothers ... double major of earth systems and energy resources engineering ... enjoys traveling, sailing, surfing, hanging out with friends and reading.