Julie Futch

Julie Futch

Player Profile


Auburn, Wash.

High School:
Auburn Riverside




2009-10 Outlook: Came on and added valuable versatility to the guard position last season after missing early part of the year due to injury ... Will be relied upon for depth and experience as a senior ... Has the ability to play multiple guard positions and is an energetic player ... Is a strong and physical player who has the ability to change the pace with energy.

2008-09: Tallied 19 games played and averaged 1.0 points and 1.0 rebounds per game ... Played nine minutes against UNLV (12/15), her first action during the season after missing OSU's first six games ... Posted four points against UC Irvine (12/18) ... Tallied six points against Western Oregon (12/28) ... Finished with three rebounds in six minutes against Washington State (2/14).

2007-08: Played in 30 games, starting one ... Averaged 2.8 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... Connected on better than 32 percent of her shots (30-for-92) and made 12 three-pointers ... Shot 73.3 percent from the free-throw line ... Grabbed 19 steals and dished off 21 assists ... Played in 17 Pac-10 games, averaging 17.5 minutes per game ... Connected on eight three-pointers in Pac-10 games ... Started her first career game against Cal Poly and played nine minutes (11/10) ... Finished with five points and three rebounds in 16 minutes against Western Oregon (11/13) ... Led the team with six rebounds while scoring five points in 23 minutes against Hawaii (12/17) ... Dished out two assists, grabbed two rebounds and scored four points in 19 minutes against Arizona State (1/5) ... Finished with five points in 16 minutes against USC (1/24) ... Tied for the team lead with five rebounds in 24 minutes against Arizona State (1/31) ... Was 2-for-2 from beyond the three-point line to finish with a season-best six points against Arizona (2/2) ... Led Oregon State with a career-best 13 points to go along with five rebounds and three assists against Washington (2/17) ... Played 30 minutes against UCLA, scoring eight points (2/21) ... Played 31 minutes, grabbing a career-best 11 rebounds to go along with five points against USC (2/23) ... Finished with five points and five rebounds in 23 minutes against Oregon (3/1).

2006-07: Came off the bench in all 28 games... ranked third on the team in 3-point percentage 10-31, .323)... averaged 3.0 points per game... pulled down 60 rebounds (2.1 rgp.)... led the team with five assists and had four points in first collegiate game against Southern Utah (11/11)... finished with six points, four rebounds and three assists in 27 minutes against Birmingham-Southern (12/3)... scored eight points, puled down four rebounds and blocked two shots at Creighton (12/15)... grabbed six rebounds and scored two points at Drake (12/17)... buried a 3-pointer and pulled down two rebounds in 24 minutes against Washington State (12/21)... finished with eight points on 3-of-5 shooting and pulled down three rebounds at Cal (1/18)... scored six points in 16 minutes at Oregon (1/24)... played 34 minutes, finishing with four points, four rebounds and three assists at #10 Arizona State (2/10)... had a career-best game with 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting and 10 rebounds, including eight offensive boards against #9 Stanford (2/15)... scored six points, pulled down three rebounds and had two assists in 37 minutes against #22 Cal (2/17)... pulled down six rebounds and had two assists at Washington (2/22).

Personal: Born in Auburn, Wash. ... daughter of JoAnne and Jack Futch ... has two brothers: Jacob, 28, and James, 20, and one sister, Jessica, 25 ... majoring in elementary education ... favorite summer move was Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince ... favorite books are the Harry Potter series ... enjoys music and outdoor activities ... favorite city she has visited in Seattle and wants to see Barcelona ... enjoys hanging out with friends and relaxing on days off ... if she wasn't playing basketball, she would be playing soccer ... best word to describe her: unique ... in 10 years, wants to be happy and have a successful career with a family ... chose Oregon State because it was close to home.

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