Zawacki-Woods on Facchina: "Julia will add depth to the team and is a motivated player with a strong forehand."
Fall 2004: Registered a 5-2 singles and 4-2 doubles record ... Lost in Flight C singles final to teammate Meredith Holmes at the VT Fall Invitational and was a Flight B doubles finalist, along with Holmes in the same event.
High School/Junior Tennis: Four-year letterwinner at Glenelg High School for coach Mary Ellen Doyle ... Advanced to state finals during her senior season ... Named Washington Post All-Metro and Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year
Odds and Ends: Julia Facchina ... Born 2/7/86 in Silver Spring, Md. ... Right-handed ... Daughter of Joseph and Eileen Facchina ... Also ran track in high school ... Majoring in architecture.