Julie Prunk will play her fourth and final season at LMU?after only one start in her first two seasons, she started 17 of 19 games as a junior?a very versatile player who will continue to add athleticism to the team?has a strong work ethic?has improved in one-on-one defense?had a very solid spring and will compete for a starting role at right back.
Played in 18 games, starting in 17?scored a goal, the game winner against UNLV (Aug. 27)?finished the season with three shots.
Appeared in 13 games for the Lions, including a start against top ranked Santa Clara?had three shots on goal, including two against Long Beach State.
Played in 18 games?collected a goal and two shots in a 4-1 victory over Long Beach State on Sept. 1?provided excellent minutes of play in the Lions? midfield?three of her six shots were on goal.
Prunk is a 1998 graduate of Heritage High School in Littleton, CO?earned four varsity letters in soccer, two in basketball, and one in track and cross country?served as team captain her senior season?earned All-Continental Conference accolades all four seasons?an all-state honorable mention selection her senior year?prep soccer coach was Greg Sumlin.
Julie Ann Prunk (Prunkie) was born on Oct. 6, 1979 in Aurora, CO?the daughter of Timothy and Bonnie Prunk?has one sister, Jenny, who played soccer at Pacific and San Diego State?names the Denver Broncos of the NFL as her favorite professional team?lists peanut butter as her favorite food?also considered Colorado and Colorado College?a business major.
GP-GS C-E Sh G A Pts
1998 18-0 1-0 6 1 0 2
1999 13-1 0-0 3 0 0 0
2000 18-17 0-0 3 1 0 2
Totals 49-18 1-0 12 2 0 4
W. Soccer - 11/30/2017
“Draft Night” a Success as Women’s...
W. Soccer - 11/22/2017
Four Lions Honored to WCC All-Academic Teams
W. Soccer - 11/20/2017
Sarina Bolden Receives International Call-Up to Represent...
W. Soccer - 11/7/2017
Four Receive WCC Recognition Highlighted by Tyrnauer's...
W. Soccer - 11/4/2017
Seniors Make it Three Straight Sullivan Wins to End the...
W. Soccer - 11/2/2017
Women’s Soccer To Honor Eight Seniors Prior to...