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 Julie Steinbauer

2015-16 (Season Results): NCAA National Champion…Played in five events for the Tars…Posted an 82.21 stroke average in 14 rounds…Finished tied for 75th in the season opener at the Ross Resorts Invitational with a 24-over 240 (79-84-77)… Finished tied for 47th at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational with a 18-over 234 (80-76-78)…Tied for 64th at the Barry Women’s Invitational with a 24-over 240 (79,-84-77)…Rollins Athletic Director’s Honor Roll

2014-15 (Season Results): Played in two events while battling through injury…finished 43rd at the Guy Harvey Invitational with a 53-over 269 (89-93-87)…Tied for 72nd at the Guy Harvey Invitational with rounds of 86-83 (169 +25)…Posted an 87.60 stroke average… SSC Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll...Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2013-14 (Season Results): In her first season at Rollins, Steinbauer competed in six tournaments, posting a 83.18 stroke average...best three-round score came at the Lady Bucs Invitational, where she totaled 237 strokes (76-79-82) and placed in a tie for 29th...season-low of the year was a 74 in the second round of the Guy Harvey Invitational...SSC Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll...Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

High School: Attended Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami...four-time First Team All-Dade County...named Miami-Dade Golfer of the Year her junior and senior years...helped lead the Cyclones to three district championships (freshman, sophomore and senior years)...two-time individual winner at district championships (junior and senior years)...competed for the U.S. at the 19th Maccabiah Games and won the Junior Girls team and individual medals…was featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd section.

Personal: Born Julie Rae Steinbauer in Miami, Fla. to Jodi and JR Steinbauer...has one sister, Erika...mother Jodi played tennis for the University of Miami (4-time All-American) and went on to play professionally...majoring in social entrepreneurship and business.

Year: Senior
Hometown: Miami, Fla.
High School: Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart
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