Julie Marshall
Julie Marshall

Player Profile
RS Senior

Bethel Island, Ca.

High School:
Liberty HS




Overview - Considered one of the top hitters in the Pac-10 ... Tough, disciplined player who understands what it takes to consistently be at her best ...?Has been drafted by the WPSL's Florida Wahoos.

1999 - Second-team All-American ...?First-team All-Pacific Regioin and All-Pac-10 ...?A starter in all of the team's 69 games ... Finished ranked 11th in the NCAA statistics with 0.28 home runs/game and 18th with 0.97 RBI/game ... Finished tied for first with Stacey Nuveman with nine home runs in Pac-10 action ...?Named the Pac-10 Player of the Week on April 19 after going 10-for-18 with five home runs and 13 RBI in doubleheader sweeps over No. 14 Oregon and No. 12 Oregon State ...?Committed just two errors on 468 attempts for a .996 season fielding percentage.

1998 - Redshirted the 1998 season.

1997 - A second-team All-Pacific Region and All-Pac-10 selection ... One of only three Bruins to play and start in all 63 games ... Versatile athlete who played five different positions ... Also named to the San Diego Classic All-Tournament Team ... Finished third on the team with a .349 batting average ... Ranked second on the squad behind Stacey Nuveman with 10 home runs and 52 RBI ... Also ranked second on the team with 12 doubles ... Notched a 14-game hitting streak from Feb. 22 to March 24 ... During the streak, she hit .581 with 21 RBI, four home runs and 21 runs scored ... Registered nine multiple hit games during the streak, including five in a row from March 2-22 ... Ranked second on the team with a .586 slugging percentage ... Recorded her best all around game of the year against Southwest Texas, going 2-for-5 with four RBI, three runs scored and a home run.

1996 - One of three freshmen to immediately impact the team ... Started 50 games as a catcher ... Honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... Started the first game of the season with a double in her first collegiate at-bat, finishing the day 5-for-5 ... Ranked third on the team with nine doubles and five home runs ... Notched first collegiate homer with a game-ending grand slam against Oregon State on March 13 ... Finished third on the team with a .996 fielding percentage ... Registered 14 multiple hit games, including a season-high three, four times, last on May 18 vs. Southwest Missouri State ... Drove in multiple runs in six games, including a season-high five on March 3 vs. Oregon State ... Hit safely in seven of nine NCAA Tournament games, including the final five consecutive.

High School - Played four sports at Liberty High in Brentwood, CA ... Catcher on the softball team and shooting guard on the basketball team all four years ... Played setter on the volleyball team the first three years and competed at No. 2 singles for the tennis team as a senior ... Named Female Athlete of the Year by the Contra Costa Times, Antioch Ledger Dispatch, Brentwood News and the Liberty High Yearbook as a senior ... Named softball team's MVP all four years and the league's MVP three times ... Finished prep softball career two home runs shy of the state record with 23 ... Also earned all-league honors in volleyball twice and basketball three times ... Captained softball team all four years, tennis team as a senior and volleyball squad as a junior ... Four-year honor roll student.

Summer Competition - Competed in her second season for the Phoenix Sunbirds in 1997 ... Also played for the Sunbirds during the summer of 1996 with former Bruins Alleah Poulson and Laurie Fritz ... Named second-team All-American while playing third base ... Played for San Jose Strikers from 1993-95 ... Team placed third at nationals in 1995.

Personal - Full name is Julie Ann Marshall ... Born Jan. 15, 1977, in Antioch, CA ... Youngest of two daughters of Ron and Lynn ... Sister is Lori ... Enjoys water-skiing, playing sports and crafts ... Career objective is to teach and coach ...?History major.

Marshall's Career Statistics

Fr., 1996 .323 55/50 161 23 52 9 0 5 31 76 .472 226 20 1 .996
So., 1997 .349 63/63 186 40 65 12 1 10 52 109 .586 146 65 9 .959
Jr., 1999 .309 69/69 218 38 66 13 1 19 67 138 .633 433 33 2 .996
Totals .324 187/182 565 101 183 34 2 34 150 323 .572 805 118 12 .987