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10   Julie Hauck
Julie Hauck

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Yukon, OK

High School:
Yukon HS

Position:
P


2003
§ Freshman hasn’t been called on in too many occasions making just four appearances in her rookie campaign.
§ Struck out seven batters and issued just two walks in eight innings of work.
§ Improved every time out and cut her ERA from 7.00 to 2.62 in her four outings.
§ Hasn’t allowed a run in either of her last two games.
§ Got her first win in her longest outing of the season as she pitched four innings in Troy, AL in relief of Casey Hunter.

ACC
§ Didn’t appear in any conference games in 2003.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS
Made her first appearance in a Seminole uniform versus Florida A&M as she pitched one inning in FSU’s 13-2 win…next took the circle against Troy State in her longest outing of the season. Set season highs for strikeouts (4) and innings pitched (4) as she picked up her first career victory…saved her best two outings for last as she continued to show improvement throughout the season…allowed just one hit and recorded a K in one inning of relief versus Elon…didn’t allow a single base knock and recorded another strikeout in an inning of work versus Jacksonville.

High School: One of the most highly decorated high school players to ever commit to Florida State…2002 Oklahoma All-State… 2002 Yukon High School Female Athlete of the Year…2001 Ferguson Jenkins Outstanding Student-Athlete…2001 Big All-City Player of the Year…2000 Gatorade Player of the Year…2000 Softball Athlete of the Year for Inside Oklahoma High School Sports…2000 Metro Conference MVP…2000 Daily Oklahoman Player of the Year…2000 Oklahoma 6A State Championship pitcher…1999 Metro Conference Newcomer of the Year…four-year varsity letterwinner in softball…three-time member of the Big All-City 1st team…three-time member of the Metro Conference All-Conference 1st team…two-time winner of Who’s Who in High School Sports…youngest pitcher in Yukon softball history to win a state championship…followed University of Oklahoma All-American pitcher Jennifer Stewart at Yukon High.

Personal: Graduated 17th out of 472 students at Yukon High…member of the National Honor Society…four-year member of Yukon High School Renaissance…National Merit Scholar…All-American Scholar…two-time winner of Who’s Who Among American High School Students…Oklahoma Academic Scholar…1999 Academic All-State for Yukon High School…plans on majoring in nuclear medicine…born May 7, 1984.

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