OHIOBOBCATS.COM
Roster  |  Schedule  |  News  |  History


  Julie Tomlinson

Julie Tomlinson

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Noblesville, Ind.

High School:
Noblesville

Ended her college career with a 79.42 average, the top mark in school history... also holds the school records for best single-round score (66) and top 36-hole mark (139)... in 39 events, she had eight top-5 placements, 11 top-10 finishes and 19 top-20 performances... plans on interning at a country club outside of Indianapolis after graduation... hopes to play on the Futures Tour next year with aspirations to work in the golf industry in event planning or sales.

2005-06: Despite playing through the pain of a shoulder injury for the entire spring, posted a team-best 78.55 average over 29 rounds, the fifth-best season average in school history... tied for 24th at the MAC Championship with a 72-hole score of 316 (73-81-83-79)... tied for 10th at the Rocket Spring Classic with a mark of 236 (78-82-76) over three rounds... Ohio's top finisher at the EKU Spring Invitational, where she tied for 18th... competed in all five fall tournaments, leading the team with a 76.85 average over 13 rounds... set a school record with an opening-round 66 at the Wachovia-Great Smokies Intercollegiate on Oct. 1... finished with a personal-best 36-hole score of 139 to place second in that event... also Ohio's top finisher at the Oct .10-11 Shoot-out at the Legends and the Oct. 24-25 Cincinnati Fall Classic, where she tied for third with a 153 (76-77) in inclement weather... tied for 12th at the season-opening Lady Herd Fall Classic with a 239.

2004-05: Led the team with a 78.23 average over 26 rounds, the third-best single-season mark in school history... named to the All-MAC second team... played in all 10 events and had seven top-20 performances, including five times in the top 10 and four times in the top 5... tied for 12th at the MAC Championship with a 158 (76-82)... tied for 10th at the JMU Dukes Invitational with a 228 (78-74-76)... Ohio's top finisher at the Indiana Invitational when she tied for 11th with a 157 (82-75)... placed fifth at the East/West Rio Verde Invitational with a 226 (76-72-78)... competed in all four fall events with a 77.60 average over 10 rounds... tied for fourth at the TPC/Virginia Beach Invitational with a 36-hole score of 156 (81-75)... also tied for fourth at the Lady Herd Fall Classic with a 151 (78-73)... tied for second at the Eastern Kentucky University Fall Invitational with a three-round score of 229 (79-73-77).

2003-04: Played in all 10 events of the year... second on the team with an average of 79.56 strokes over 27 rounds, the sixth-best season average in school history... posted a school-record-tying low round of 69 at the Bonnie Hoover Invitational... won medalist honors at the TPC Virginia Beach Invitational, shooting a 155... finished tied for 11th at the MAC Championship with a score of 235 (77-80-78)... posted a team-best 78.13 average during the spring season.

2002-03: Competed in nine out of 10 tournaments with an average of 81.58 over 24 rounds... posted the team's best score at the MAC Championship with a 235, tying for 15th... recorded a season-low round of 75 at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Noblesville High School to consecutive conference titles in 2000 and 2001 en route to runner-up and third-place finishes at the state tournament, respectively... awarded all-state honors as a senior... also |awarded all-county and all-conference honors her junior and senior years... as a sophomore and junior, team finished first at sectionals, first at regionals and second at state... team finished second at sectionals, first at regionals and third at state her senior season... member of her school's honor roll... lettered all four years in golf and twice in basketball... played on the Indiana Junior Masters Tour and finished second in the championship tournament of the IGA-PGA Mountain Dew Tour.

PERSONAL: A recreation management major... daughter of Glenn and Barb Tomlinson... born on July 3, 1984.