2004-05: Notched a 80-21 overall record en route to her second-straight eighth-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... earned All-America honors for fourth time in her career, becoming Northwestern's first four-time honoree ... earned NCAA bid with a fourth-place finish at Midwest Regional Championships ... made first team All-Midwest Conference with tie for third place at Midwest Conference Championships ... Won Burton Open ... tied for third at the Remenyik Open ... claimed 14th out of 91 fencers at the North American cup.
2003-04: Led Wildcats with 115-17 record ... Took eighth at NCAA Championships, earning second-team All-America honors ... Won USFA Burton Open ... Won Big Ten Club Championships ... Beat two-time defending NCAA Champion Alicja Kryczalo of Notre Dame 5-3 at NU Duals ... Ended up 12th in Division 1 (senior) competition at USFA North American Cup ... Earned bronze medal at Midwest Fencing Conference Championships ... Placed fourth at Midwest Regional Championships ... Hilton Garden Inn Athlete of the Week (3/29).
2002-03: Earned honorable mention All-America honors with 10th-place finish at NCAA Championships ... Went team-best 15-8 at NCAA Championships ... Posted team-best 109-23 record ... Her 34 wins against Midwest opponents were most among foilists ... Went 3-0 against both No. 6 Columbia and No. 9 Yale ... Won USFA Burton Open (10/12) ... Won Big Ten Club Championships foil title (10/13) ... Placed fourth at USFA Remenyik (10/20) ... Went team-best 14-1 at Midwest Conference Championships, placing third ... Followed that up with 11-5 showing at Midwest Regionals, placing sixth.
2001-02: Posted 82-16 record for most wins on the team ... Second-team All-America ... NCAA Championships participant ... Started the season on a 25-0 streak before meeting Stanford's Iris Zimmerman, a two-time world champion ... Finished sixth at the Midwest Regionals ... Went 5-1 in the Midwest Fencing Conference Tournament to help the foil squad to a second-place finish ... Finished second at the Midwest Fencing Conference Individual Championships ... Took first at the Big Ten Invitational.
High School: Hungarian National Cadet Foil Champion in 2000 ... Finalist at the Cadet World Cup in Germany ... Finalist at the International Tournament in Slovakia ... Took third at the Junior Hungarian National Championships ... Competed for the MTK fencing club in Budapest since 1993.
Personal: Born Julia Földi on 8/15/83 ... Daughter of Ervin Földi and Eva Csato ... Chose Northwestern over St. John's and Ohio State ... Majoring in biological sciences.