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Julie Foudy First Stanford Associate To Participate In 2004 Olympics
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 08/12/2004

Aug. 12, 2004

Athens, Greece - Former Stanford women's soccer player Julie Foudy (1989-92) became the first Stanford associate to participate in the 2004 Olympic Games when she played for the U.S. women's soccer team in a 3-0 victory over Greece in Preliminaries Group G action on Wednesday. Foudy started the game, took two shots and recorded 71 minutes of action. The Opening Ceremonies for the 2004 Olympic Games will be held on Friday, August 13 (12 pm, PDT). The ceremony will be broadcast on NBC the same day at 8 pm, PDT. Complete coverage of the 2004 Olympics is provided online at nbcolympics.com. You can follow updates on all 42 Stanford Olympians at gostanford.com.


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