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#18 Julia Bronson
Position: Defense
Year: Senior
Hometown: Arlington, Va.
High School: Washington Pride

2008-09: Bronson appeared in all of Dartmouth's contests and finished three goals and 23 assists for 26 points ... both totals in points and assists are career-highs ... she had a season-high six-game point streak, which included eight assists ... posted season-high three assists at Brown on Jan. 10 ... she recorded four multi-point games ... posted two assists at Union on Nov. 7 ... added a goal and an assist at Vermont on Dec. 30 ...  dished out a season-high three helpers at Brown in the 9-1 win on Jan. 10 ... recorded two assists in the 3-3 tie with Cornell on Feb. 14 ... netted one power play goal on the year and had a game-winner as well ... sixth on the team in penalty minutes with 20 ... earned four assists in the series win over Colgate ... followed that with a season-high three assists in the championship win over Rensselaer after one coming in the victory in the semis against St. Lawrence ... named to the all-tournament team.

2007-08: Bronson competed in all of the Big Green's 33 games ... named honorable mention All-Ivy for the second-consecutive year ... set new career-high marks in goals and points with 6 and 23, respectively ... fifth on the team in points ... tied for second with three game-winning goals ... fourth with 17 assists ... finished the regular season third in the conference in points per game among defensemen with a 0.76 average ... fourth among blue-liners in ECAC Hockey with 17 helpers ... ended the regular season ranked eighth in nation among defensemen with a 0.74 points per game average ... had a season-long seven-game point streak from Feb. 1 to Feb. 22 ... tallied a career-high two goals against Union on Senior Night on Feb. 9 in a 4-1 win ... posted season-high's in assists and points with three assists in the second game of the season versus Boston University in a 5-5 tie ... recorded an assist in the first game of the sweep of Colgate in the first round of the ECAC Hockey Tournament.

2006-07: Saw action in all of the Big Green’s 34 games ... set career-highs in points and assists with 18 and 17, respectively ... third on the team with a +22 ... named honorable mention All-Ivy ... tied for third on the team with those 17 helpers and fourth in the ECACHL among defensemen with 17 assists ... tallied her lone goal of the season on the power play in a 5-1 victory over Colgate ... posted an assist in five of the first seven games of the year, including a three-assist effort against Cornell in a 7-1 win ... had an assist streak of four games (Nov. 18-Dec. 8) ... earned a spot on the ECACHL All-Academic team ... earned an invite to the USA Hockey Women’s National Festival to tryout for the National Under-22 Team.

2005-06: Finished fifth on the team, and first among defenders, in total points with 12 (5g, 7a) ... saw playing time in all 29 games ... had two multi-point games on the season ... one being a three-point effort (1g, 2a) against Union ... put up a goal and an assist in the 6-2 win at Clarkson ... recorded a game-tying goal in the 2-2 tie at Colgate ... finished tied for third on the team in the plus/minus category with a plus seven for the year ...

Before Dartmouth: Took part in the USA Hockey U18 national camp in 2004 and 2005 ... won the Southeast District Championships with the Washington Pride four consecutive years ... scored 13 points in 19 games for the Pride ... selected assistant captain for the 2004-05 season ... made the quarterfinals at the 2004 national tournament ... named a second team all-star in the Midwest Elite League in 2005 ... also participated in cross country, soccer, and lacrosse at Yorktown High School, winning the district championship in soccer in 2003 and ‘04 ...

Personal: Julia Maritsa Bronson was born on August 31, 1987 ... daughter of James and Blanca Bronson ... has one brother.

BRONSON'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year Games Played
Goals
Assists
Points
Penalty Minutes
2005-06
29
5
7
12
12
2006-07
34
1
17
18
18
2007-08
33
6
17
23
12
2008-09
34
3
23
26
20
Totals130
15
64
79
62

 

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