SENIOR (2005): Played goalkeeper in 10 matches for the Golden Knights despite an injury in the first half of the season...went 6-3 on the season with two shutouts...recorded a career-high eight saves at Memphis (10/21)...played a season-high 97 minutes against Miami (10/18)...earned shutouts at Memphis (10/21) with eight saves and against Rice (10/28) with four saves...ranked sixth in Conference USA for goals-against-average (1.35).
JUNIOR (2004): Played and started in 20 matches in front of the net for the Golden Knights...finished the season with a 15-3-2 record with nine shutouts...had the lowest goals against average in the Atlantic Sun (0.62)...also led the league in shutouts (9) and shutouts per game (0.45)...recorded a season-high eight saves against UAB (9/3)...was in the net when UCF defeated No. 12 Florida State (10/28) and No. 10 Florida (11/12)...earned A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 13.
SOPHOMORE (2003): Played in 21 matches with 20 starts as the team's No. 1 keeper...posted the third lowest goals against average in the Atlantic Sun at 0.85 with eight shutouts...her 0.85 GAA ranks 10th all-time at UCF for lowest in a season, while her eight shutouts rank ninth in that category...recorded her first collegiate shutout after stopping two shots in a 1-0 win over Miami (9/5)...made seven saves to blank San Diego State (9/12) in overtime...posted back-to-back shutouts over Campbell (9/25) and Gardner-Webb (9/27)...Did not allow a goal in over 490 minutes of play from Oct. 10-Nov. 7...made three saves in the overtime NCAA Tournament match against Florida (11/18).
FRESHMAN (2002): Served as backup to Jessica Kuhlman and Carol Lewis in the net...saw action in the 9-0 Knights victory over Belmont (10/6) as a field player...received Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team recognition.
PRIOR TO UCF: A four-year letterwinner playing defender at Robinson Secondary School with current UCF teammate Shaina Ross...named second team all-district after her junior and senior years...played goalkeeper for Chantilly Hurricanes club team...member of Olympic Development Program team for one year as a goalkeeper...also participated in track and field...a member of the 4x800-meter relay team that set the district record during her sophomore year...competed at the district, region and state level earning awards in the 400, 500 and 800-meter runs...named to the all-district, all-region, all-state, and all-metro teams as a senior...also earned All-American honors after finishing fourth at the national meet in the 4x800-meter relay that same year.
PERSONAL: Julie Anne Snaman was born on January 5, 1984 in Clarksville, Tenn...daughter of Florence and Jim Snaman...major is marketing with a minor in pre-law.