|Julie McFarlane - 0
2005: Saw action in eight games in the backup golekeeper role during her junior season...tallied nine saves during the year on her way to a 2-0-0 record...allowed just three goals and had a save percentage of .750 while earning her third vasity letter.
2004: Played in eight games as the Blazers' backup goalkeeper ... registered 12 saves and finished the season with a .750 save percentage ... allowed just four goals and posted a 1-0-0 record ... earned her second varsity letter.
2003: Started four matches in goal for the Blazers and registered an impressive 1.56 goals against average ... earned the first solo shutout of her career on Sept. 5, as UAB blanked Furman, 1-0, at the 2003 Clemson Invitational ... combined for three additional shutouts during the season along with teammate Katie Forbis ... accumulated 461 minutes of playing time and pulled down 25 saves ... received a prestigious Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Medal for maintaining above a 3.75 grade point average during the academic year ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... earned her first varsity letter.
High School: Lettered at Eastside High School all four years ... EHS earned the state championship titles in both 2000 and 2003, and was a state finalist in 2002 and a regional champion in 2001 ... named to the all-state team in 2002 and 2003, and was a member of the all-region team in 2003 ... her club team, GFC `84 Black, is a six-time state champion and a three-time South Carolina Youth Soccer Association's Fair Play winner ... led GFC '84 Black to the championship title of the 2002 Raleigh Shootout ... club team was coached by Andrew Hyslop ... was the starting goalkeeper for the South Carolina State Select team from 2000-02 ... played in the 2003 South Carolina North/South Game ... member of both the National Honor Society and the National Beta Club.
Personal: Full name is Julie Christine McFarlane ... born on June 26, 1985 ... daughter of Daniel and Susan McFarlane ... has a two older siblings, Adam and Lisa ... majoring in criminal justice.