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18 Julia Goldsworthy
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STATS
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YearGP-GSGAPTSSHSHOT%SOGSOG%YC-RCGWPK-ATT
200922-71249.1113.3330-000-0
201021-2011312.0835.4170-000-0
201123-232048.2505.6250-010-0
201219-190117.0003.4290-000-0
Career85-69441236.11116.4443-010-0

Updated: December 10, 2012

General: Sits fifth on Tech's all-time career games played list with 85.

2012: Started all 19 games played on Tech's backline ... Helped Tech set a new single-season record of 12 shutouts ... Assisted in shutting out then-No. 7 Wake Forest and then-No. 18 Maryland ... Fired a shot on goal against then-No. 18 Maryland ... Took two shots with one on goal against then-No. 18 North Carolina ... Fired her first shot of the season against NC State ... Assisted the game winner against Illinois.

2011: Started all 23 games … Had a huge impact on the backline for the Hokies … Helped Tech set a new school record of 11 shutouts … Assisted in shutting out then-No. 9 West Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … Assisted in shutting out then-No. 8 North Carolina and then-No. 5 Wake Forest in the regular season … Recorded a shot on goal against Loyola … Fired two shots against Connecticut … Connected on two goals for her first multi-goal game of her career against High Point … Charted a career-high four shots with three on goal against the Panthers.

2010: Played in 21 games games, making 20 starts … Scored the second goal of her career against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals … Helped shut out NC State and Clemson to closeout the regular season … Assisted a goal against then-No. 19 Wake Forest … Had one shot on goal against then-No. 7 Maryland … Took one shot against Vanderbilt and Villanova during the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational … Assisted a goal in Tech’s defeat of LSU … Took two shots against Long Beach State.

2009: Appeared in 22 games for the Hokies, starting seven towards the end of the season … Scored her only goal of the season against Longwood … Tallied assists against then-No. 18 Virginia and VCU … Assisted the defense in shutting out Murray State, then-No.10 Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament, Longwood, then-No. 1 North Carolina, and NC State.

High School: Was a four-year starter at Central Bucks High School South … Helped her team to a Suburban League Championship and a 22-1 record in 2009 … Served as team captain as a senior when the team spent eight weeks in the top 25 of ESPN’s Fab 50 Poll, ranking as high as third … Was named team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year three times while also earning team Offensive Player of the Year after making the switch to midfield as a senior … A three-time All-Suburban League first team selection and a First Team All-State selection as a senior … Was a three-year starter on the school’s field hockey team, helping them to a league championship and garnering numerous honors as a senior … Was a member of the Distinguished Honor Roll.

Personal: Born Sept. 16, 1991, in Abington, Pa. … Daughter of John and Loretta Goldsworthy … Has two siblings: Taylor and Michael … Father, John, played football at West Chester University, and mother, Loretta, was a four-time All-American gymnast at West Chester University … Is a environmental policy and planning major.

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