Women's Soccer

Julianne Boyle
Julianne Boyle

RS Senior

Lake Orion, Mich.

High School:
Lake Orion



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▪ Obtained a medical hardship waiver for 2013 campaign, retaining one year of eligibility
▪ College Sports Madness preseason All-Horizon League selection
▪ Named to Horizon League Fall 2013 Honor Roll

▪ Saw action in 21 matches, making 21 starts
▪ Named Summit League Tournament MVP
▪ Scored Oakland's only goal during regulation in NCAA Tournament match against Ohio State
▪ Earned All-Summit League second team honors
▪ Finished the year with two goals and three assists for seven points
▪ Picked up a pair of assists in a 3-3 draw at Eastern Michigan
▪ Scored in OU's victory over Detroit
▪ Earned a place on the Academic All-Summit League team
▪ Earned a place on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll as a distinguished scholar

▪ Saw action in 22 matches, making 21 starts
▪ Earned All-Summit League first team honors
▪ Was named to The Summit League All-Tournament Team
▪ Finished the season with six points from two goals and four assists
▪ Scored a goal in The Summit League Championship match against North Dakota State (11/6)
▪ Her four assists were the seventh most of any player in The Summit League
▪ Scored her first collegiate goal against Dayton (9/25)
▪ Picked up two assists in the match against Southern Utah (10/23)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar.

▪ Tied for The Summit League lead with seven assists
▪ Her .35 assists per game tied for the league lead
▪ Played in 20 games making 12 starts as a freshman
▪ Finished the year with seven assists for seven points
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic team and was recognized as a Distinguished Scholar
▪ Picked up her first collegiate assist against Rochester College (8/21)
▪ Had two assists in a game against Youngstown State (9/17)
▪ Earned an assist in her first Summit League game against NDSU (10/1)
▪ Assisted on two match-winning goals
▪ Her seven assists ranked 94-th in the nation

Boyle Career Stats
Season GP Min. G A Pts Shot Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2010 20 1508 0 7 7 20 .000 4 .200 0 0-0
2011 22 1902 2 5 9 25 .080 5 .200 0 0-0
2012 21 1887 2 3 7 33 .061 15 .455 0 0-0
Totals 63 5297 4 15 23 78 .051 24 .308 0 0-0

High School:
▪ Earned three varsity letters at Lake Orion High School under head coach Ken Snage
▪ She helped the team to a district title during the 2009 season
▪ Was a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MHSSCA) all-state division 1 first team selection
▪ Was also named all-district, all-area, all-county and all-league by the MHSSCA
▪ Named the Sportsmanship Award winner at the 2009 Orange Classic/Neal Brady Memorial Tournament
▪ Played club soccer with Vardar Academy
▪ Won the state championship with Vardar in 2005 and the Orange Classic in 2009
▪ Participated in the US Olympic Development Program, earning a spot on the state team and the Region II Pool

Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Graduated fourth in her class at Lake Orion
▪ Graduated Suma Cum Laude

Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Had four goals and one assist in the district semifinals during her senior season of high school soccer

Full Name:
Julianne Marie Boyle
Parents: Joe and Sandy Boyle
Siblings: Greg, Jessica and Kyle
> Sister, Jessica, played at OU from 2005-08 and was named the 2008 Summit League Offensive Player of the Year

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Great Soccer Program
2. Included my intended area of study
3. Comfortable campus environment

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