Julia Bell


Holland, Pa.

High School:
Villa Joseph Marie



Julia Bell


Leopards Edged by Navy in Patriot League Tournament Semifinals

Lafayette Finishes 2011 at 9-6-2 Overall


Women's Soccer Tops Holy Cross 1-0

Leopards Improve to 4-0-0 in League Play


Leopards Top American in Overtime, 2-1

Best Patriot League Start in Program History


Holy Cross vs. Lafayette

Lafayette 1, Holy Cross 0


American at Lafayette

Lafayette 2, American 1 (OT)


Lafayette 1 Colgate 2

Lafayette 1 Colgate 2


Lafayette vs. St. Peter's

Lafayette vs. St. Peter's


Lafayette 2, Wagner 1 (2OT)

Photo gallery of Lafayette's season-opening, double-overtime win vs. Wagner.

2010: Saw the pitch in 12 contests, starting 11 in the midfield... totaled seven shots on goal.

2009: Played in 15 games, making 14 starts for the Leopards... scored the lone tally against San Jose State (9/11).

2008: Played in 14 games as a freshmen, including 13 starts... assisted on the game-tying goal against Rider in her collegiate debut (8/26)... contributed an assist on the Leopards lone goal against Bucknell (10/26).

At Villa Joseph Marie: Four-year varsity starter and captain... led her squad to three state championships... named to the Bucks County Courier Times Golden Team three times... three-time Catholic Academies League First-Team selection... also played basketball and lacrosse... captain of her club team FC Bucks Vipers... won the U-18 girls national championship in 2009... EPYSA state champions six times... 2007 Region 1 finalist... member of EPYSA ODP for six years.

Why Lafayette? "Lafayette was a really good fit with my goals for college life, academically and athletically. It has a beautiful campus, small class sizes and is close to home. I believe that Lafayette can provide many opportunities to excel in academics, athletics, and co-curricular activities."

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