UNC Field Hockey Bio
16 Julia Young

Majoring in exercise and sport science ... Current member of the U.S. Under-21 National Team ... Named to the 2013-14 ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Participates in the Richard A. Baddour Carolina Leadership Academy as part of the Rising Stars program

2013: As a true freshman, played in all 24 games and started 10 ... Recipient of the team's Ken and Cheryl Williams Rookie of the Year Award ...

Before UNC: At Grafton High School, captained her team as a senior and was a three-year starter ... Her team reached the state championship all four years and was state runner-up in 2011 ... Three-time all-state, all-region and all-district selection ... Daily Press All-Stars team in 2010-12 ... NFHCA All-America and All-South Region in 2011 ... Also competed in track & field, setting school and regional records in the high jump ... 2012 indoor track state champion in high jump ... Second-team All-America in 2011 and 2012 ... Team MVP in both indoor and outdoor track

National/International: Member of the 2013-14 U.S. Under-19 Team ... Former member of U-17 Team ... National Futures Championship, Futures Elite Championship, South Futures Elite Academy, Futures Elite and Junior Olympics ... Plays for Focus Field Hockey club team, 2012 Regional Club Champion, 2011 National Indoor Tournament Champion and 2010 National Field Hockey Festival Champion

More on Young: Born May 8, 1995, in Montgomery, Ala. ... Daughter of Amy and Ted Young ... Favorite pastimes are watching scary movies, hanging out with friends, spending summer vacation in Pennsylvania at amusement parks with my family, and going to the beach ... Favorite sports other than field hockey are ice hockey and gymnastics ... Favorite books are the Twilight series ... Fun fact is she can touch her tongue to her nose ... Athlete she most admires is Gabby Douglas ... After graduation, wants to work as an athletic trainer ... Dream job is to be the athletic trainer for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Position: Back
Height: 5'6"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Yorktown, Va.
High School: Grafton
Major: Exercise and Sport Science
UNC North Carolina Field Hockey

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