1 Julie Ryder
1 Julie Ryder
Height: 5-8
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: DeKalb, Ill.
High School: DeKalb
Position: Goalkeeper
College: 1V

AS A SENIOR IN 2006: Returned from offseason knee surgery and saw action in seven matches, starting five ... recorded a shutout and goals-against average of 0.67 ... made a pair of saves in WCC title-clinching win at Saint Mary's on Nov. 4 ... made six saves to earn first shutout of the season Oct. 29 against San Francisco ... earned win over Gonzaga on Oct. 22, making two saves and assisting on a goal, her first career point at SCU ... started her first match of the season against San Jose State on Oct. 4 ... made two saves in team's 6-0 win ... made a save in a half of action against CS Fullerton on Sept. 24 ... combined for a shutout of Harvard on Sept. 1.  

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: A preseason All-America selection by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... a Second-Team All-WCC selection ... named to the WCC's Fall All-Academic team ... started 18 of the 20 matches she appeared in ... posted a record of 11-5-2 with 10 shutouts and a 0.62 goals-against average ... third on SCU's career shutouts list with 31, three back of leader Sue Wall ... holds second-best all-time GAA in SCU history with 0.61 ... went 411:00 without giving up a goal over the course of five matches ... posted two more shutouts in NCAA Tournament against Fresno State and Saint Louis ... recorded shutouts in SCU's first two games of the season against Arizona State and 17th-ranked Wake Forest ... named to the all-tournament team at the ACC/WCC Challenge at Wake Forest and the Santa Clara adidas Classic.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: A first-team All-WCC selection... also a WCC All-Academic honoree... a Soccer Buzz and NSCAA/adidas second team All-West Region honoree... named Most Valuable Defensive Player by teammates... started 22 matches in goal... posted 51 saves, seventh best in program single-season records... allowed 14 goals in 2010 minutes for a 0.63 GAA, second best in the WCC and seventh best in program single-season records... recorded a league-leading 12 shut outs on the season, also the third best single-season performance in program history... netted six saves against CS Fullerton in first shut out of the season... added two shut outs at adidas Classic... posted fourth straight against No. 10 Stanford... shut out against Gonzaga marked 15th in career, placing seventh for the best mark in program records... moved up to fifth in record books with shut out at Loyola Marymount... added three saves in the NCAA Tournament's first round... posted nine saves at No. 1 North Carolina in the third round... netted three stops against Illinois in a quarterfinal and against Notre Dame at the College Cup.  

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: A second team All-American by CSTV and an honorable mention All-American by Soccer Buzz... also received Soccer Buzz second team All-West Region and All-Freshman West Region honors... a first-team All-West Coast Conference honoree... became first freshman goalkeeper to garner first-team honors since 1997... a Soccer Buzz Freshman of the Year finalist... started 17 contests... earned first collegiate start at San Jose State... tallied 52 saves on the season... allowed 10 goals in 1567 minutes for a 0.57 GAA, ranked 12th nationally... went 12-2-3 on the season with nine shutouts... earned first career shutout against California... missed matches at Virginia Classic due to groin strain... posted three straight shut outs, against previously-undefeated Cal Poly, at Stanford and at San Diego... allowed a goal against LMU, ending a shut out streak of 294:38 minutes, dating back to September 21 against Notre Dame... posted sixth shut out of season at Saint Mary's, making a season-high six saves... ninth shut out came against Portland, tying for fifth on the Broncos' single-season listing... tied season high with six saves against the Pilots... stopped Portland's first two attempts in a shoot-out to lead the Broncos to an NCAA third round victory... did not allow a goal in the NCAA Tournament until the quarterfinal, against top-seeded North Carolina.

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: A member of the U21 National Team Pool... participated with the U19 National Team, but elected not to continue in order to play with Broncos during the 2004 season... a U16 National Team member in 2001-02... won the adidas Golden Glove at the 2003 ODP Nationals, leading team to championship... participated in the 2003 USYS All-Star team at adidas Cup in Houston, Texas... a member of the Illinois State ODP team from 2000 to present... also won the adidas Golden Glove at the 2001 ODP Nationals, leading team to second-place showing... attended adidas ESP camp in 2001... a member of the '85 USYSA Region II team.  

CLUB TEAM: Led Eclipse Cobras to the U20 USASA National Championship in 2002... preceded that title with the U16 USYSA Region II Championships and the U16 IYSA State Cup title in 2001... competed with the Chicago Cobras in the USL W-League during the 2002 and '03 seasons.

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Jackie Urech at DeKalb (Ill.) High School... an NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American in 2001 and '02... a nominee for the 2003 Illinois Gatorade Player of the year... a 2003 Parade Magazine High School All-American... invited to the 2003 McDonalds High School All-America game... holds varsity school record for career shutouts (42)... broke own school record with 29 saves in a single match as a senior (recorded 28 in one match as a freshman)... broke career shutout record for DeKalb as a junior... earned IHSSCA All-State, All-Sectional and All-Conference honors that season... was also recognized on the Chicago Sun-Times High School First Team... recorded 15 shutouts as a sophomore while earning IHSSCCA All-Sectional and All-Conference honors... also competed in basketball... a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish club... a four-time academic all-conference honoree.

PERSONAL: Full name is Julie Joyelle Ryder... born in Winfield, Ill... parents are Bill and Sue Ryder... has two older brothers, one of which played soccer at Northern Illinois University... majoring in communication... worked Illinois ODP camps and summer camps at SCU this past summer.

Ryder's Career Statistics

Year M-S Goals Assists Points Shots GW Goals
2005 20-18 0 0 0 1 0
2006 7-5 0 1 1 0 0
Career 66-62 0 1 1 1 0



Year M-S Min. GA SV ShO GAA
2003 17-17 1567:15 10 52 9 0.57
2004 22-22 2010:34 14 51 12 0.63
2005 20-18 1729:14 12 46 10 0.62
2006 7-5 535:20 4 14 1 0.67
Career 66-62 5842:23 40 163 32 0.62