Julie Stauder
Julie  Stauder


Alameda, Calif.

High School:
Alameda HS '05




2008: One of two players (along with Belinda Paine) to start all 60 games... Led Aggies in batting (.300), at-bats (160), runs (35), walks (26) and on-base average (.411)... Stole 10 bases on 13 attempts... Finished 2nd on team with 6 sacrifice hits... Enjoyed 20-for-49 (.408) stretch from 2/15 to 3/7, including season's only homer at No. 1 Arizona State (3/7)... Hit safely in nine straight games in April (4/12-4/26), batting 10-for-24 in that run... Went 2-for-2 with 2 steals and 2 RBIs in opener vs. Sacramento State (2/27).

2007: Started 58 of 59 games at second base... Batted 33-for-158 (.209) with 23 runs and 13 RBIs... Led team with 31 walks, vaulting on-base average to .352... Also had 10 sacrifice hits, 2nd on team... Stole 7 bases in 9 tries... Had 5 multi-hit games, including back-to-back 2-hit performances vs. UC Riverside (4/6-4/7)... Rapped out 5 doubles for the year, 2 during a weekend series at Long Beach State (5/5-5/6)... Swiped two bags in 10-6 win over Santa Clara (3/3)... Drew 3 walks, scoring 3 runs vs. Portland State (3/26)... Went 15 straight errorless games from Feb. 18 to Mar. 7, fielding 37 chances during that run.

2006: ALL-DIV. I INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER TEAM... Played and started in 47 games... Batted 29-for-128 (.227) with 19 runs... Led team with 10 sacrifice hits... Had 7 multi-hit games... Went 3-for-3 with 3B and 3 RBIs at Fresno State (2/22)... Was 4-for-9 in three-game series with Pacific (4/1-4/2)... Batted 2-for-4 with 2 runs at Cal Poly (4/22).

ALAMEDA HS '05: Selected to All-Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League and All-East Bay teams all four years... Added all-state honors as a junior and senior... Led team to 25-3 record and North Coast Section championship in 2005... Also an All-ACCAL performer in basketball... Played club ball for Sorcerer, helping team capture ASA national titles in 2002 and 2003.

PERSONAL: Born in Oakland, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Bob & Arlene Stauder... Career highlight was winning ASA national titles... Best athlete she's faced is Cat Osterman.