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6 Julia Falk
Julia  Falk


Clifton, Va.

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AT VIRGINIA: 2005--Played in 12 games on the season ... tied career high with 2 shots vs. Rhode Island and NC State ... had a career high 2 assists vs. Richmond ... goal and career high 3 shots vs. Liberty in NCAA Tournament. 2004--Appeared in 13 games as a freshman, scoring one goal and one assist ... made collegiate debut against East Carolina and had a career high two shots ... had first career assist vs. Clemson ... scored first career goal against James Madison in the NCAA Tournament.

PREP & PERSONAL: Three year letterwinner at Centreville High School ... Team MVP and co-captain in 2004 ... three-time all-district selection ... 2004 Washington Post honorable mention All-Met ... Helped the Wildcats reach the regional and state finals in 2004 ... member of RFC Milan club reached the national finals in 2002 ... helped RFC Milan to a regional title in 2002 and the regional semifinals in 2003 ... was a captain of the club in 2003 and 2004 ... member of the Maryland ODP team in 2000 and the Virginia ODP team in 2001-2003 ... Julia Ann Falk ... born December 8, 1986 in Phoenix, Ariz. ... daughter of Jeana and Tom Falk ... has a younger brother, Kristopher.


Year GP/GS Minutes Shots Goals Assists Points
2004 13/0 370 4 1 1 3
2005 12/0 253 9 1 2 4
Career 25/0 623 13 2 3 7


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