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Julia Feiss

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Bryn Mawr School

Height:
5-5

Position:
Attack

Major:
Journalism


05/11/2018

Feiss and Milburn Named to IWLCA West/MidWest Region Second Team

The junior attacker and redshirt-junior defender were also named to All-BIG EAST First Team

05/02/2018

Four Pioneers Selected for All-BIG EAST Honors

Feiss, Milburn, Baum and Hoch-Bullen named All-BIG EAST, Hoch-Bullen Co-Freshman of the Year

03/13/2018

Feiss Named BIG EAST Attacker of the Week

The junior earns her first weekly honor after nine goal, 11 point week

03/10/2018

Denver Has Record Day in 21-10 Win Over Niagara

Baum sets school record in draw controls; Feiss ties school record in goals

01/26/2018

Denver Picked Second in BIG EAST Preseason Poll

Julia Feiss and Kendra Lanuza were named to Preseason All-BIG EAST Team

Awards:

  • Made Dean's list winter quarter for 2017-18

Career Highs:

  • Goals: 8, once, vs. Niagara (3/10/18)
  • Assists: 4, once, at Villanova (4/15/17)
  • Points: 9,  vs. Niagara (3/10/18)
  • Shots: 11, once, vs. Vermont (3/12/17)
  • Ground Balls: 4, at Cincinnati (4/7/18)
  • Draw Controls: 7, once, at Marquette (4/8/17)
  • Caused Turnovers: 2, once, at Villanova, 4/15/17)

2018:

  • IWLCA West/ Midwest Region Second Team... All-BIG EAST First Team...BIG EAST Attacker of the Week (March 13)...Named to the Preseason All-BIG EAST Team... Started in all 20 games for the Pioneers... Led the team with 45 goals on the season... Was second in points (55) and tied for fourth in assists (10)... Scored a goal in every game except for the final game against Maryland, snapping a 31-game goal streak that dated back to March 12, 2017 versus Vermont... Tallied six hat tricks and a sock trick...Had a career-high eight goals and nine points versus Niagara on March 10... The eight goals tied the single-game school record for most goals in a game... Scored a team-high four game-winning goals... Led the team in goals in four games and in points in five games... Went 15-for-28 on free-position goals to lead the Pioneers in free-position goals... Her 15 free-position goals ranks third all-time in school history for free-position goals in a single season... Recorded her 100th career point on a free-position goal in the first half against Georgetown on April 4... Was credited with 12 ground balls, six draw controls and five caused turnovers... Nationally ranked in free-position percentage (.536), free-position goals per game (.75), goals, goals per game (2.25), points, shots per game (5.75) and shots on goal per game (4.05).


2017:

  • BIG EAST All-Tournament Team... Appeared in 18 games while making seven starts for DU... Fifth in the BIG EAST during the regular season in goals (44) and fourth in goals per game (2.75)... Finished with 50 goals and 14 assists for 64 points on 112 shots... Added 17 ground balls, 11 draw controls and eight caused turnovers... Career-best six goals in a 14-4 win over Vermont on Mar. 12... Set her career high with six points in a 16-6 win over UC Davis on Feb. 24 and tied it on two separate occasions, first against Vermont and second in a 14-6 win over Temple on Mar. 19... Career-high seven caused turnovers in a 18-12 win over Marquette on Apr. 8.

2016:

  • Appeared in Denver's first seven games, making six starts... Assisted a goal and won four draw controls in DU's season opener against Colorado... Scored a goal at Fresno State (2/14/16) and at Louisville (2/20/16)... Picked up eight ground balls, won nine draw controls and caused one turnover on the season.


Before Denver:

  • Has been playing lacrosse since 2008 at both the attack and midfield positions...  Earned the TLC Club MVP award...  Metro Team member...  Scored 86 goals in the 2013-2014 school season...  Helped Bryn Mawr to 9-2, 6-5 and 6-5 finished in the IAAM A Conference...  Also played squash for three seasons and field hockey for four...  Was a singles player in squash and team captain in 2015...  2014 U.S. Division Champions in 2014...  Played forward and midfield positions in field hockey...  Assisted a goal in double overtime to advance to the 2012 field hockey championship.

Personal:

  • Born Feb. 13, 1996 in Baltimore, Md...  Daughter of Christopher and Hadley...  Has one brother, Carter, and one sister, Anna...  Chose Denver for its athletic and academic rigor, wide range of academic courses and the atmosphere and community feel of the school...  Enjoys skiing, hiking with friends, biking and traveling...  Member of Baltimore Tree Trust, was a Shootout for Soldiers leader, CF Dodge for a Cure leader and CF Junior Committee member...  Member of the Academic Honor Roll in 2015...  Majoring in journalism. 

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