24 Julie Jorgensen
Julie Jorgensen


Manchester, N.H.

High School:
Derryfield School





Elected by peers to lead the team as its captain in 2005 ... speaks volumes of character and leadership ability ... coach's dream player - bright, skilled, coachable ... standout mainstay in back who boasts incredible work rate ... tough defender who utilizes strength, speed and size to her advantage ... shined on the field and in the classroom last year pulling in several honors to include selection as a CoSIDA Division I Academic All-America and all-district first team ... named Army's representative as 2004-05 ECAC Robbins Scholar Athlete Institutional Division I Award and top candidate for award to be announced in September ... Patriot League all-star and nominated for Scholar Athlete award ... one of just seven women's soccer players and 18 overall among 93 Patriot League academic fall honor roll picks to achieve a 4.0 grade-point average ... excellent candidate to repeat honors in 2005 ... Dean's List student ranked in top five percent of class (academics, military and physical education) ... three-year letterwinner.

2004: Enjoyed outstanding and productive season as an outside back and reaped several honors for play on the pitch and in the classroom ... second team Patriot League all-star as a defender and candidate for Scholar Athlete of the Year ... third team Academic All-America ... candidate for ECAC Robbins Scholar Athlete award ... appeared in 20 games and started in all but one ... outside back with strong throw-ins ... instrumental in back line that closed out the season unbeaten in the last 10 games ... five of those games ended in overtime draws ... Army posted first service-academy sweep over Air Force (3-1) and Navy (1-0) since 1997 along with earning third straight berth to the Patriot League Tournament on strength of win over Navy.

2003: Appeared in 16 of 19 games with starts in 10 ... saw action in 11 consecutive matches after playing in two of the first four games of the season ... drew starting nod in the first seven games during that stretch ... earned first collegiate start against Columbia ... played in six of seven Patriot League matches with starts in four ... drew reserve duty in the other two ... finished the season with nine shots, including a pair in non-league matches versus Siena and Marist.

2002: Appeared in 14 of 17 games as a reserve ... drew time in first seven games of season ... helped Black Knights compile a 5-1-1 mark during that span, including three shutouts while limiting the opponents to four goals ... overall involved in eight of Army's 10 shutouts, which ranked seventh nationally at season's end ... instrumental in the Black Knights' setting a school season mark for fewest goals allowed (9) ... lone shot of season was against Albany.

High School: A midfielder on the Bedford Classics club team that captured five New Hampshire state titles ... four-year starter on the Derryfield School in Manchester, N.H., state championship team ... closed out career second on the school charts in goals scored (67) and points (177) ... led team in goals junior and senior years, scoring 23 and 25, respectively ... assist leader final three years, dishing out 34 helpers ... three-time first team all-state selection ... twice a first team all-conference pick and tabbed player of the year as a senior ... named to the all-New England team senior year ... also starred in basketball.

Personal: Given name is Julie Jean Jorgensen ... born July 23, 1984 ... parents' names are Keith and Beth Jorgensen ... majoring in Mathematics.

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