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Julie Andra
26   Julie Andra

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Birmingham, Ala.

High School:
Vestavia Hills

Last College:
Birmingham Southern

Height:
5-9

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
2L


TULSA - A two-year letterwinner . . . played in 33 career games and tallied three assists for three points.

JUNIOR (2007) - Started two of 15 games played . . . helped TU post shutouts over Western Kentucky, Missouri State and Southern Miss . . . registered an assist against Northwestern State . . . attempted three shots, all of which were on goal, from her defender position.

SOPHOMORE (2006) - Played in 18 games . . . earned her first career starting assignment against TCU . . . registered an assist against Wyoming and Marshall for two points . . . took seven shots, five of which were on goal, for a .714 shots-on-goal percentage.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Played at Birmingham Southern College in 2005 . . . was second on the team in scoring . . . totaled four goals and two assists for 10 points . . . took the field in all 20 of BSC's games, drawing 17 starts . . . attempted 30 shots and 17 shots-on-goal with a .567 shots-on-goal percentage . . . scored game-winning goals against Southeastern Louisiana and at High Point . . . played her prep soccer at Vestavia Hills High School . . . earned NSCAA High School All-America, all-region and all-state accolades as a prep senior . . . was a Birmingham News Super All-State honoree during her senior campaign . . . was a Class 6A all-state selection and the Metro Player of the Year her senior season . . . earned all-Metro second-team honors after scoring 23 goals her senior year . . . missed her junior season with a knee injury . . . was an honorable mention all-state selection in 2002 as a sophomore . . . was a member of the Vestavia Hills Attack club team . . . helped the Attack earn seven state titles and a runner-up finish at the Region III tournament . . . was also a member of the Alabama '86 ODP squad.

PERSONAL - An athletic training major . . . born Dec. 18, 1986 . . . daughter of Mary and Don Andra.