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6   Julia Schnugg
Julia Schnugg

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Alamo, CA

High School:
Monte Vista

Height:
5-5

Position:
Forward


Schnugg Bio in PDF

2003: Had one of the best rookie seasons in team history... named a fresh-man All-American by SoccerBuzz and also a member of the 2003 All-ACC Freshman Team...a SoccerBuzz freshman All-Region selection as well as the offensive MVP and an all-tournament team selection at the Nike Seminole Classic...SoccerBuzz Elite Team of the Week selection (9/24)...started 25 of 26 games mainly teaming with consensus All-American Leah Gallegos at the top of FSU's 4-4-2 system...finished second on the team in points and assists, third in goals, second in game-winning goals and third in shots and shots on goal...led all FSU freshmen in every offensive category...her 10 assists smashed the record for assists by an FSU freshman, setting the mark in just 16 games. She finished second on the team in assists overall...she and Seminole great Maren Vik Edvardsen are the only two FSU players to ever record 10 or more assists and score more than five goals in a season...fourth all-time for rookies in Seminole soccer history with 22 points and came just two points away from moving into third place...pro-duced more points her rookie season than consensus All-American Leah Gallegos' fresh-man output...third all-time for shots by a freshman. (in the ACC) one of just four play-ers to start all seven of FSU's ACC contests ...one of the ACC's top freshmen, Schnugg was the second-highest scoring rookie in the conference during the regular season...she led the entire conference in assists by a rookie with 10 and finished with the second-most assists per game by an ACC freshman...fifth on the team in points in ACC games, fourth in goals and tied for third in assists...led all FSU rookies in points and goals and was tied for first in shots on goal in ACC play. (in the NCAA) didn't waste any time getting ac-customed to NCAA Tournament play. Scored the first goal, game-winning goal and postseason points of her career just nine min- utes into her first tournament game...fin-ished with the third-most shots and the fourth-most shots on goal in the NCAA Tour-nament among Seminoles. (2003 Game Highlights) had huge back-to-back games versus SDSU and Miami where she recorded nine points on three goals and three assists... versus the Aztecs Schnugg recorded the first goal of her career and the third assists in six games...she followed that game with a six point performance versus Miami as she scored two goals and added two more assists. The six points were the third-most ever scored in a single game by an FSU player... scored a goal for the third straight game in FSU's 2-1 OT win over No. 21. She recorded the first game-win-ner and golden goal of her career in the 97th minute...had a huge game versus No. 12 Duke in just her third-ever ACC game. Scored her first-ever ACC goal and recorded her first ACC assists as she recorded a multi-point game for the fifth time in her last eight outings...notched the first postseason goal of her career as she scored the game-winner in the opening round versus Dartmouth just 9:36 into the match.

ODP EXPERIENCE: A full member of the U-19 National Team in 2003...spent the whole year traveling and training with the U-19 Na-tional Team in preparation CONCACAF World Championship Qualify-ing...traveled to Mexico with the U-19's on two occasions...Region IV ODP in 2001 and 2002...European Tour in 2002...Cal-North State ODP team 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2002.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2003 Parade All-American... three-year varsity letterwinner... Monte Vista High Offensive Player of the Year in 2002...varsity water polo in 2000.

CLUB: Member of Pleasanton Rage U-18... 2002 National Champions...Far West Regional Champions in 2000 and 2002... five-time State Cup Champions.

PERSONAL: Student Government '01- '02 and '02-'03...Golden State Exam Rec-ognition for Biology and Chemistry...sister is a highly-recruited high school water polo player and a member of the U-18 US Na-tional Team.

Year
MP/MS
Shots
Goals
Assists
Points
GWG
GWA
2003 26/25 53 6 10 22 2 1
Totals
26/25
53
6
10
22
2
1
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