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Julia  Feiss
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Julia Feiss

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Bryn Mawr School

Height:
5-5

Position:
Attack

Major:
Undeclared


08/02/2017

Men's Lacrosse Places 35, Women's Lacrosse 30, on Big East All-Academic Team

Pioneers earn postseason academic awards for 2016-17 season

05/26/2017

Denver Women's Lacrosse 2017 Year in Review

Pioneers finish 2017 campaign as BIG EAST Runners-up in head coach Liza Kelly’s 11th season

05/06/2017

[16/16] Denver Falls to [2/3] Florida in BIG EAST Championship

Pioneers drop 18-12 decision, will await NCAA Tournament fate on Sunday's selection show

04/28/2017

[16/16] Pioneers Pitch 17-0 Shutout over Bearcats

All nine of Denver's seniors play pivotal role in final home game

04/22/2017

Feiss’ Heroics Not Enough as [13/13] Pioneers Fall to Georgetown, 9-7

Sophomore buries five second-half goals as Denver unable to overcome 7-2 first half deficit

Career Highs:

  • Goals: 6, once, vs. Vermont (3/12/17)
  • Assists: 4, once, at Villanova (4/15/17)
  • Points: 6, three times, last vs. Temple (3/19/17)
  • Shots: 11, once, vs. Vermont (3/12/17)
  • Ground Balls: 3, once, at Villanova (4/15/17)
  • Draw Controls: 7, once, at Marquette (4/8/17)
  • Caused Turnovers: 2, once, at Villanova, 4/15/17)

2017:

  • 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.
  •  Undeclared major.

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