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  Julia Winkfield

Julia Winkfield

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newark, Ohio

High School:
Newark

Position:
MB

Match-by-Match Stats

2005: Tallied a team-best 14 kills in Sweet 16 match against Arizona ... Posted team-high 13 kills while hittig .481 versus Ohio State ... Tallied a match-best 20 kills against St. Mary's ... Named MAC Player of the Year and selected to the All-MAC First Team ... Recorded 18 kills versus Ball State in MAC Championship ... Tied for team honors with 14 kills in quarterfinals of MAC Tourney ... Posted 19 kills versus Bowling Green while hitting a team-best .543 ... Tallied a career-high 21 kills in only three games while hitting .514 against Bowling Green ... Matched season-best with 17 kills against Northern Illinois ... Recorded team-highs of 16 kills and five blocks versus Akron ... Posted a team-best 13 kills and seven total blocks against Toledo ... Tallied 13 kills and a team-best three solo blocks against Akron ... Named the MAC East Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 12 ... Named to Purdue Mortar Board Premier All-Tournament Team ... Recorded 39 kills in nine games at Mortar Board Premier ... Tied for team-high with 15 kills against Xavier ... Tabbed the UAlbany Tournament Most Valuable Player ... Posted season-best 17 kills against Albany ... Named to AmeriHost Inn & Suites Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 3.60 kills per game and hitting at a .451 clip ... Recorded 16 kills in win over Idaho.

2004: Named First Team All-MAC... Led the Bobcats with a career-high 358 kills on the season and was third on the team with 95 blocks... Reached double figures in kills 23 times... Had a team-high 23 kills in the NCAA Tournament... Hammered out a team-high 15 kills at Cincinnati... Had 15 kills on a .545 hitting percentage in home win over Marshall... Recorded a season-high .667 hitting percentage in helping the Bobcats clinch the MAC East title at Northern Illinois... Registered 16 kills in the Bobcats win over Western Michigan... In the victory over Bowling Green she was one of four Bobcats to record 10 or more kills with 11... Recorded 16 kills against both Ball State and Miami... named MAC East Division Player of the Week for the week of September 27... Averaged 13 kills per match at Furman Invitational... Named OhioRealEstateListing.Com Athlete of the Week for the week of Aug. 30... All-tournament team selection at Michigan State... Career-high 18 kills against St. John's... Team-high 12 kills in loss to Michigan State... Started junior campaign with a team-high 15 kills with three blocks and three digs in season-opening victory over Virginia Tech.

2003: Started all 33 matches for the Bobcats... Led Ohio with .43 service aces per game ranking fourth in the MAC... Third on the team in blocks per game with .81 and fourth with 2.50 kills per game... Set career-highs with 17 kills against Sacramento State on Sept. 19, digs versus Miami on Oct. 1, assists with six at Eastern Michigan on Oct. 17, and a .778 hitting percentage against Ball State on Nov. 22... Recorded a season-high six blocks at home against Bowling Green on Oct. 31.

2002: Started all 34 matches... Selected to the MAC All-Freshman Team... Stood fourth in the MAC in hitting percentage (.293), posting the fifth-best single-season mark in school history... Posted career- and season-highs with 14 kills and eight assisted blocks on Sept. 14 against Houston at the Florida Invitational... Totaled a career-best nine blocks (eight assisted) in the Nov. 9 win over Buffalo... Set a new personal standard for hitting percentage (.688, 11-0-1) on Oct. 12 against Central Michigan... Posted a hitting percentage of .300 or better nearly half of the time (16 contests) and nine times went over .400.

2001: Redshirted.

High School: Earned a total of 10 letters in volleyball, basketball and track and field at Newark High School... Finished her senior season with 285 kills... Third team All-Ohio and first team All-Ohio Capital Conference... Team MVP... Led the Wildcats to the state semifinals.

Personal: Sport industry major... Daughter of David and Susan Winkfield... Born December 29, 1982.