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#11 Julie Forster
Position: Forward
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Huntington, N.Y.
High School: Huntington
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Career Highlights:
• 1109 Points and 1149 Rebounds (all-time leader in program history). 
• 30 Double-Doubles. 
• Only female member of UAlbany’s 1,000/1,000 club. 
• Led America East Conference in rebounding for three years.
• One of only three athletes with over 1100 points and 1100 rebounds in America East Conference History

Notable Games:
• Sophomore Season: St. Peters - 20 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals (11/23/10).
• Junior Season: La Salle - 26 points, 20 rebounds, 5 blocks, 5 steals and 3 assists (11/13/11).
• Senior Season: Maine - 25 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists (2/9/13).

2012-13; Senior Season
• Named team co-captain, leading team to a program-best 27-4 record, a second straight America East title and NCAA Tournament appearance.
• Had a team-high 259 rebounds, averaging 9.2 points per game.
• Became UAlbany’s all-time leading rebounder (1149).
• A member of the All-America East Defensive Team.
• Honored to All-America East Second Team, All-Academic Team and All-Tournament Team.
• Earned spot on CoSIDA’s Academic All-District First Team.
• Scored career 1000th point in the Big Purple Growl against Binghamton (2/2).
• Had 286 points on the season with an average of 9.2 points per game.
• Scored a season-high of 25 points against Maine (2/9).

2011-12; Junior Season
• Repeated as a member of the America East Conference All-Defensive Team.
• Was also named to the all-conference second team and all-academic squad.
• Started 30 of 33 games while leading the conference for the third straight season in rebounds. averaging 10.3 per game.
• Broke her own team record with 339 total rebounds.
• Exploded for a career-high in points and rebounds with 26 and 20, respectively, against La Salle (11.13.11).
• Recorded eight double-doubles throughout the season.
• Ended the season with a streak of five-straight double-digit rebound games.
• In the Great Danes’ first trip to the NCAA Tournament, she had 12 rebounds against Texas A&M (03.17.12).
• Was first on the team in blocks with 37 on the season.

2010-11; Sophomore Season
• Entered junior season ranked 12th on UAlbany’s career rebounding list (551).
• Played in all 30 games, starting 25.
• Was a member of the America East Conference All-Defensive Team.
• Also a member of the all-academic squad.
• Led the conference for the second straight season, averaging 9.7 rebounds per game.
• Chipped in 9.1 points per game.
• Grabbed a total of 292 rebounds, setting UAlbany’s single-season record.
• Recorded 10 double-doubles throughout the season.
• Set a career-high with 20 points against St. Peter’s (11.23.10).
• Tallied double-digit rebound totals 16 times, including a streak of four straight games.
• Pulled down a season-high 16 caroms in the season-opener against Brown (11.12.10).
• Grabbed rebounds in every game for the Great Danes.
• Lowest rebound total of the season was three at Hartford (1.08.11).
• Reached double-digit scoring figures in 14 games, including a streak of four late in the season.
• Was named the America East Conference Player of the Week once (12.06.10).

2009-10; Freshman Season
• Appeared in 30 games, starting the last 24 on the post
• Made the America East Conference All-Rookie Team
• Garnered the league's rookie of the week award.
• Recipient of the team's academic award.
• Averaged 8.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 1.4 blocked shots and 1.7 steals per game.
• Led the conference in rebounding and ranked fourth in blocks and ninth in steals.
• Broke single-season freshman records for rebounds (259) and blocks (43) and led the team in both categories.
• Ranked first among America East freshmen in blocks.
• Had seven points and 16 rebounds in first career start versus Siena.
• Notched double-doubles against Wagner (11 points, 11 rebounds) and Rhode Island (10 points, 13 rebounds) in non-conference play.
• Recorded 14 points, 12 rebounds and a career-high four blocks against Stony Brook.
• Career-best 18 points versus New Hampshire and a career-high six steals against Hartford .
• Grabbed 20 boards, which was two shy of the all-time record, in an overtime win on the road against New Hampshire to break the freshman rebounding mark.
• Posted four double-doubles.
• Scored in double figures in 12 games and reached double digits in rebounding 10 times.
• Blocked at least three shots on six occasions.

High School: Five-year letterwinner... Averaged a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds as a senior, earning co-Team MVP honors... Member of the 1,000-point club... Two-year team captain... Named all-league three times as well as all-state and all-county twice... Helped the squad with the Suff olk County Championship as a junior and finish second in the county as a sophomore and senior... Also played lacrosse for three years, soccer for two seasons and volleyball for one year... Member of the National, Spanish, Math and English honor societies... President of the varsity sports club.

Personal: Intends to major in business administration... Daughter of William and Nancy Forster... Born May 8, 1991... Has two brothers, Luke and Jack, and one sister, Heather.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP/GS

Min.

FGM-FGA

Pct.

3PT-Att

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

REB.

Avg.

A

BLK

ST

TP

Avg.

2009-10

30-24

960

100-266

.376

1-7

.143

62-100

.620

259

8.6

30

43

51

263

8.8

2010-11

30-25

947

101-215

.470

1-5

.200

70-106

.660

292

9.7

37

28

43

273

9.1

2011-12

33-30

1102

107-273

.392

0-1

.000

73-138

.529

339

10.3

47

36

74

287

8.7

2012-13

31-30 956 114-277 .412 4-17 .235 54-76 .711 259 8.4 60 19 67 286 9.2

Career

124-109

3965

422-1031

.410

6-30

.200

259-420

.617

1149

9.3

174

126

235

1109

8.9

 

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