Julie King
Julie King


St. Louis, Mo.

High School:
Nerinx Hall




St. Louis Soccer Club

2010: First Team All-SEC ... TopDrawerSoccer.com Team Of The Season (Second Team) ... Played in and started all 21 matches, 19 as an outside back and one each as a center back and a forward, collecting four goals and two assists while taking 44 shots ... 44 shots were third-most on the team ... 24 of 44 shots (55 percent) were on frame ... Led the team in minutes played with 1896 ... Injured in the second half of the match at Kentucky but returned for the Tennessee match ... Had the second assist on Jessica Rightmer's goal in the 2-1 win over UW-Milwaukee at the MKE Cup ... Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Women's Team of the Week following the Trojan Invitational ... Scored two goals in the 2-0 win over Cal State Fullerton at the Trojan Invitational ... Named to the All-Tournament team ... Had the only assist on Jessica Rightmer's game-winning goal in the 87th minute of the 3-2 win at Arkansas, touching it to Rightmer inside the six ... Had the game-tying goal in the 81st minute of the 1-1 draw at Vanderbilt, finishing off a Tasha Prentice cross ... Starting forward at Kentucky for the first time in her Auburn career ... Was injured on an attack midway through the second half and did not return ... Headed in the game-tying goal with just 17 seconds left in regulation in the eventual 2-1, SEC West-clinching overtime win over Alabama off of a Katy Frierson free kick ... Ranked No. 6 in the initial TopDrawerSoccer.com Conference Top 20 for the SEC West (9/1) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2009: Starting outside back in 21 out of 22 matches ... Was given a straight red card in the closing seconds of the first half at Samford, which forced her to sit out the match against Dayton ... Had three goals and two assists on 14 shots ... All three goals were off of corners ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-1, first round win over Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament ... Had her first assist of the season on Katy Frierson's goal against Texas Tech ... Scored her first career goal in the 5-1 win at Mississippi State, finishing off a Heather Havron corner off of a Caitlin King assist ... Had an assist on Rebecca Howell's goal at Ole Miss, heading in a Katy Frierson corner to Howell for the goal ... Scored her second goal of the season in the 62nd minute at Tennessee, helping the team post Auburn's first win in Knoxville in school history ... Auburn Top Tiger ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2008: SEC All-Freshman Team ... Played and started the first 21 matches before injuring her ankle in the SEC Tournament against Tennessee, forcing her to miss the NCAA First Round win over Belmont ... Returned as a bench player for the NCAA Second Round but saw just 16 minutes of play ... Came to Auburn as an attacker but was moved to an outside back and excelled there ... Would come up and challenge on the outside from time-to-time ... Logged 1693 minutes on the field, third-most on the team ... Had one assist on the season ... Assist came on Kara Kasten's goal in the 49th minute of the season-opening win over Grambling ... Took 14 shots on the year, the most of any defender ... SEC Freshman Honor Roll.

High School: Graduated from Nerinx Hall High School ... Was a wing-midfielder for St. Louis Scott Gallagher Club Soccer ... Club team advanced to the Region II regional Finals five out of the six years they competed, winning in 2003 and 2005 ... Won the National Championship in 2005 ... 2008 First Team All-State, All-Metro and All-Conference ... 2007 First Team All-Metro, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-State ... 2007 All-Midwest honorable mention ... Helped SLSC to the 2005 USYS National Championship ... 2006 Second Team All-Metro and a 2005 All-Metro honorable mention ... Honor roll student at Nerinx Hall ... Also a second team All-Conference selection in basketball in 2008 and 2007

Personal: Julie O'Toole King ... Daughter of Kevin and Julie King ... Older sister Caitlin played soccer at Auburn from 2006-09 ... Has another sister, Meghan (26), and a brother, R.J. (19) ... Father Kevin played basketball at St. Louis University.

2008 22 21 0 1 1 14 .000 6 .429 0 0-0
2009 21 21 3 2 8 14 .214 6 .429 1 0-0
2010 21 21 4 2 10 44 .091 24 .545 1 0-0

TOTAL 64 63 7 5 19 72 .097 36 .500 2 0-0
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