Women's Soccer 2014 – Player Profile

Julia Brown

Julia Brown – 22

Year: Senior

Major: Behavioral Science

Height: 5-7

Position: GK

High School: Shawnee

Hometown: Medford, N.J.

Awards: 

2014: Wilmington Academic All-Star


Biography

2013 Season (Junior): Appeared in 17 games in goal in her first season as a Wildcat – the 112 saves ranks second in program history for a single season – ranked fourth in the CACC in saves – recorded a season high 15 saves against LIU Post on October 22 – also tallied 13 saves at Dowling and 11 saves at Bridgeport throughout the season – helped lead a defense to a pair of shutouts and a 1.73 goals against average.

At Burlington CC: Appeared and started in 15 games in goal as a sophomore – helped lead team to a Region 10 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012 – allowed six goals against on the year, recording a 0.48 goals against average on the year – made 47 saves, including a season high 11 at CCBC Essex in a 1-0 victory – appeared in 15 matches as a freshman in 2011 – recorded 50 saves while only allowing five goals – finished with a 0.63 goals against average – helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record as a freshman.

High School: four year letter-winner in soccer at Shawnee High School-was named all-conference and all- south jersey under the head coach Drew Wagner

Personal: Julia Melissa Brown – had three older brothers Joe, Jon and Jeff – majoring in behavior science with a minor in art at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a special education therapist – from Medford, N.J. – her favorite athletes are Petr Cech and David Luiz – her favorite professional sports team is Chelsea F.C. – she considers her boyfriend her hero because he is a U.S. Army Combat Medic – the most played song on her iPod is “Stronger” by Kanye.

Season

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2013

17-17

1574:15

31

1.77

112

.783

5

11

1

2.0

Total

17-17

1574:15

31

1.77

112

.783

5

11

1

2.0