Fast Breaks: Solid spot-up shooter ... quick release ... natural instincts for the game ... sees the floor well.
Elliott Says: "Julie saved us a few times last year with her three-point shooting. With increased confidence and experience, Julie will provide us with better consistency and an increased role in our success."
2003-04 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 31 games ... averaged 12.3 minutes of playing time per game ... scored 4.9 points per game ... led the team in three-point shooting percentage, converting at a rate of .444 (40-of-90) ... scored a career-high and game-high 19 points against Western Kentucky on Nov. 28, including a six-of-eight performance from behind the three-point arc ... also led the team in scoring with 16 points against Gonzaga on Dec. 4, including four-of-four shooting from three-point line ... scored 16 points and buried four three-pointers in a 52-43 win over New Mexico on Jan. 25 ... reached double-figure scoring in five games.
2002-03 (Freshman): Played in 28 games, starting one ... led the team in free throw percentage and ranked second in three-point field goal percentage ... made at least one three-pointer in 14 games ... reached double figures scoring five times ... scored a career-high 17 points at Washington State on Dec. 21 ... nailed five three-pointers vs. Idaho State on Dec. 14.
High School: All-Cache Valley Player of the Year in 2000-01 ... three-time all-conference honoree ... Salt Lake Tribune all-state selection in 2001-02 and '00-01... 2000-01 Deseret News all-state team honoree ... team placed third in the state in 2000-01.
Personal: Julie Wood is the daughter of Richard and Sharon Wood ... she has four older brothers ... major is social work ... born Jan. 26, 1984 ... also played soccer and softball in high school.