9  Julia Ignacio
Julia Ignacio


Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

High School:
Archbishop O'Leary HS




"Julia is an extremely crafty player. She is very versatile and can play numerous positions. She likes to take people on; is very skilled and scores goals. Julia is the type of player that makes players around her better. We're very fortunate to have her as a member of our squad."
Head Coach
Brooks Monaghan

2009 (Sophomore) -
Started in 21 of the 23 matches for the Lady Tigers in 2009 ... Posted three goals and two assists for a total of 11 points on the season ... Had a three point game versus Evansville in which she scored a goal and assisted on another ... Assisted on the game-winner in the season opening match at 25th-ranked LSU ...Posted her first careergoal in the 4-0 victory over UALR.

2008 (Freshman) - Saw action in nine games with three starts ... Played a season-high 60 minutes against Arkansas-Little Rock ... Also started against Colorado and Mississippi State ... Registered an assist to teammate Melissa Smith in a 3-0 win against Oklahoma ... Left team halfway through season to compete for the Canadian U-17 National Team, in the World Cup.

Prior to Memphis - Played forward for Archbishop O'Leary ... Coached by Ross Ongaro ... Was named 2005-06 Rookie of the Year ... Won the provincial championship in 2007 with Lady Tiger teammate Jordan Boyle ... An honors student ... Played club for the Edmonton Inter U18-T1 and Northwest United in the Major League ... Member of the Alberta Provincial Team ... A member of the U-20 Canadian National Pool.

Personal - Daughter of Valentino and Estela Ignacio ... Has three siblings: Erica, Ethan and Armani ... Born Jan. 23, 1991 ... Enjoys going to the movies and hanging out with friends and family ... Majoring in biology.

Career Stats
2008 9-3 0 1 1 15 8 0 0-0
2009 23-21 3 2 8 27 13 0 0-0
2010 10-2 2 0 4 11 4 0 0-0
Totals 42-26 5 3 13 53 25 0 0-0

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