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Julia Kraschinski Biography
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 06/22/2004
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General: Still trying to recapture the form that saw her take second place at the 2000 NCAA Championships... Her experience and obstacles overcome make her a valued leader to the youth of Arizona's squad... One of only three seniors on this year's team... Has the ability and potential to be a solid contributor in the lineup... Teams with younger sister Miriam to become only the second pair of sisters to compete for the Arizona women's golf team... Originally from New Zealand.

Junior (2001-02): Struggled to return to form after missing the majority of the 2000-01 season due to back problems... Showed hints of returning to the level that helped her to finish 2nd at the NCAA Championships in her freshman season... Teams with younger sister Miriam to become only the second pair of sisters to compete for the Arizona women's golf team... Participated in the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational amid horrible conditions, fierce winds and freezing temperatures... Shot 84 and 85 in the first two rounds of the tournament in Austin, Texas, but withdrew prior to the final round... Tied for 93rd place at the Wildcat Invitational... Finished in a tie for 78th place at the TRW Regional Challenge, the first tournament of the spring season... Closed the fall season with a tie for 52nd place at the Auburn Tiger-Derby Invitational... Earned her only top 25 finish of the fall season at the Oregon State Invitational... Shot low round of the season as she opened with a first-round of even-par 72 at the Oregon State Invitational... Finished in a tie for 25th with a three-round total of 12-over-par 228 at the Oregon State Invitational... Began the season by finishing in 118th place at the NCAA Fall Preview.

Sophomore (2000-01): Back problems prevented the 2000 NCAA runner-up from returning to form during her sophomore season... Competed in only two events all season because of a painful degenerated disc in her back... Underwent a cutting-edge procedure, Intradiscal Electrothermy Treatment, in efforts to reduce pain... Finished in a tie for 61st at the Dr. Thomspon Rainbow Invitational with a three-round total of 243... Withdrew after the second round of the TRW Regional Challenge because weather was aggravating her back... Made her season debut at the TRW Regional Challenge, where she shot an opening round of 73 in her first competitive golf since the 2000 NCAA Championships... Missed the entire fall season with disc problems in her back.

Freshman (1999-2000): Placed second at the NCAA Championships with a two-over-par 290, three strokes behind champion and teammate Jenna Daniels... Shot personal and team low round of the year at the NCAA Championships with a second-round 67... Stroke average of 74.88... Enjoyed a solid freshman campaign as the team's No. 5 golfer... She finished the year with five consecutive top-15 performances... Honorable mention All-Pac-10 team selection... Tied for 10th at the NCAA West Regionals (219), the second-highest finisher for the Wildcats... Tied for 14th at the Pac-10 Championships (226)... Tied for 13th at the Ping/ASU Invitational (222) and tied for 10th at the Rainbow Invitational (227).

High School: Attended the Saddlebrook Academy in Florida... Also participated in swimming and track... Made the principal's honor roll (GPA of 4.0 or above)... Her golf team won the state championship in both 1998 and 1999... A high school All-American in 1998... Named to the 1998 American Junior Golf Association's East Canon Cup team... Was a 1998 AJGA first team All-American after recording five top-five finishes in her nine outings... Also had a seventh place finish and a 10th place outing in that schedule as well... Won two AJGA tournaments in the summer of 1998, the AJGA Ping Myrtle Beach and the AJGA Greensboro Chrysler Junior... In the summer of 1999, she placed third at the AJGA Hargray Junior Classic and was fourth at the AJGA Greater Greensboro Chrysler Junior.


Season	Tourn.	Rnds.	Strokes	Avg.	Top10/20	Low Rnd.	Low Tourn.	< Par
1999-2000	11	34	2546	74.88	3/5	67	219 (+3)	8
2000-01	2	5	391	78.20	0/0	73	243 (+27)	0
2001-02	6^	16	1314	82.12	0/0	72	228 (+12)	1
Career	19	55	4251	77.29	3/5	67	219 (+3)	9

1999-2000	Tournament	Rnds.	Score	Place	Low Rnd.
Sept. 13-15	NCAA Preview	3	78-72-72--222 (+6)	T11	72
Sept. 23-25	Dick McGuire Invtl.	3	74-75-76--225 (+6)	18	74
Oct. 23-25	Stanford Invitational	3	78-73-80--231 (+15)	T51	73
Nov. 5-7	Golf World Invitational	3	75-76-75--226 (+10)	T20	75
Feb. 7-9	TRW Regional Challenge	3	77-76-77--230 (+17)	T37	76
Feb. 21-23	Arizona Invitational	3	77-71-80--228 (+12)	T61	71
March 28-30	Rainbow Invitational	3	78-79-70--227 (+11)	T10	70
April 7-9	Ping/ASU Invitational	3	73-76-73--222 (+6)	T13	72
April 24-26	Pac-10 Championships	3	78-72-76--226 (+10)	T14	72
May 11-13	NCAA West Regionals	3	74-72-73--219 (+3)	T10	72
May 24-27	NCAA Championships	4	73-67-70-80--287(+2)	2nd 	67

2000-01 Tournament Rnds. Score Place Low Rnd. Feb. 12-14 TRW Regional Challenge% 2 73-75-WD--148* WD 73 March 27-29 Dr. Thompson Rainbow Inv. 3 81-82-80--243 (+27) T61 80

2001-02 Tournament Rnds. Score Place Low Rnd. Sept. 24-26 NCAA Fall Preview 2 84-90-174 (+30) 118 84 Oct. 8-10 Oregon State Invitational 3 72-74-82-228 (+12) T25 72 Nov. 9-11 Auburn Tiger-Derby Inv. 3 81-84-77-242 (+26) T52 77 Feb. 11-13 TRW Regional Challenge 3 79-81-83-243 (+30) T78 79 Feb. 25-26 Wildcat Invitational 3 79-85-94-258(+42) T93 79 March 25-26 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Inv.* 3 84-85-WD WD 84

* competed as an individual

% Kraschinski competed in two rounds of the TRW Regional Challenge in 2001, but withdrew to injury.

^ Kraschinski competed in two rounds of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational in 2002, but withdrew prior to the third round.

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