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6 Julia Mackey

2014 (Jr): Corralled All-GNAC Team honors for third straight season and was AVCA honorable mention All-West Region pick after posting league ranks of 10th in attack percentage (.260) and 13th in kills per set (2.93) ... had six double-doubles and 14 double-digit kills performances as UAA finished 21-6 overall and runner-up in the GNAC at 15-3 … had three matches with 20 or more digs ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week for Sept. 29-Oct. 5 after totaling 24 kills on .340 hitting, 21 digs, 5 assists and 4 blocks in UAA’s home sweeps of Saint Martin’s and Western Oregon ... other top performances included 15 kills, 30 digs, 4 block assists and 2 aces in 5-set road win over No. 10 Western Washington; 10 kills, 23 digs, 4 assists and 22-of-22 serve receiving in 5-set road win over No. 13 Central Washington; 18 kills on .351 hitting and 11 digs in 4-set loss at eventual GNAC champ Northwest Nazarene; and 14 kills on .333 hitting, 20 digs and 4 assists in 5-set home loss to WWU … posted season-high 7 blocks in NCAA Tournament First Round loss to eventual West Region champion Sonoma State … finished junior season in the top 20 in four UAA career stats categories, ranking 7th in kills per set (3.08), 9th in attack pct. (.259), 12th in total kills (801) and 17th in attacks (1,918).

2013 (So.):
Voted All-GNAC for second straight season despite missing second half of league campaign with knee injury … ranked 9th in GNAC in both attack percentage (.269) and kills per set (3.20), plus 10th in points per set (3.52) as Seawolves finished 21-10 overall and made NCAA Tournament … helped UAA to program’s first-ever 9-0 GNAC start with league-only stats of 3.53 kps, 3.78 pps and .348 att% … named GNAC Red Lion Offensive Player of the Week for Sept. 16-22 after spearheading home sweep of Seattle Pacific and MSU Billings … notched double-digit kills in 15 of 22 matches, including all nine GNAC outings … hit .320 or better with at least 11 kills in seven straight matches, Sept. 21-Oct. 17 … tied career-high with 18 kills in 4-set loss to Augustana … other top showings included 13 kills on .650 hitting in home win over MSUB; 16 kills on .520 hitting and 2 blocks in road win over NW Nazarene; 12 kills on career-high .688 hitting, plus 4 blocks in road sweep of Alaska Fairbanks … took home Most Inspirational Player at season-ending team banquet.

2012 (Fr.):
Earned spot on All-GNAC Team and became first Seawolf to earn GNAC Freshman of the Year honor (co-recipient) … led Seawolves with 294 total kills and ranked second in kills per set (3.13) and attack percentage (.251) … ranked 9th in the GNAC with 3.48 points per set, plus 8th in kills per set and 13th in attack pct. … delivered double-digit kills in 19 of 26 matches and missed only one of 95 sets all season … posted UAA season-best .636 attack pct. (15 kills-1 error-22 attempts) in win over Academy of Art and had most kills in a 3-setter with 18 in home sweep of MSU Billings … earned spot on SpringHill Suites Invitational All-Tournament Team, helping UAA to 4-0 record and tourney title … other top performances included 16 kills, 7 block assists in 5-set home win over Central Washington; 15 kills in 5-set win at Alaska Fairbanks; 15 kills on .324 hitting, 4 blocks in 4-set road loss to NW Nazarene; and 12 kills, 10 digs in 4-set home loss to Seattle Pacific.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Led West Valley High School to consecutive 5th-place finishes at the ASAA Class 4A State Tournament in 2010 and 2011 ... averaged 3.5 kills per set as a senior, boosted by a 21-kill performance against Lathrop in September and back-to-back 20-kill outings against Lathrop and Kodiak in November ... helped  Wolfpack to three consecutive Mid-Alaska Conference titles (2009-11) ... named all-state in 2009 and 2011 and earned three straight all-conference and team MVP awards ... lettered three times each in volleyball, soccer and track & field, plus twice in basketball, earning multiple all-league honors in all four sports ... played two seasons with Midnight Sun Volleyball.

PERSONAL: Born November 1993 in Fairbanks ... daughter of Trent and Christine Mackey ... youngest of three siblings ... enjoys traveling and being around family ... engineering major.

Career Highs
Kills – 18, twice (last vs Augustana, 9/7/13)
Attacks – 44 at Alaska Fairbanks, 10/27/12
Att.% – .688 (12-1-16) at Alaska Fairbanks, 10/12/13
Aces – 2, 3 times (last at MSU Billings, 10/18/14)
Assists – 6 vs Sonoma State, 11/20/14
Block Assists – 7 vs Sonoma State, 11/20/14
Block Solos – 1, seven times
Total Blocks – 7 vs Sonoma State, 11/20/14
Digs – 30 at Western Washington, 9/16/14

Career Statistics
Season     SP-MP   K   K/S   E   TA   Pct   A   A/S  SA  SA/S  SE RE  DIG   D/S  BS  BA   TB   B/S  BE  BHE
2012 (Fr)  94-26 294  3.13 114  718  .251   6  0.06   5  0.05  17  8   90  0.96   4  48   52  0.55   9    0
2013 (So)  75-22 240  3.20  90  557  .269   8  0.11   0  0.00   0  2   41  0.55   1  46   47  0.63   2    0
2014 (Jr)  91-26 267  2.93 100  643  .260  42  0.46  14  0.15  19 10  193  2.12   5  48   53  0.58   4    4
TOTALS    260-74 801  3.08 304 1918  .259  56  0.22  19  0.07  36 20  295  1.25  10 142  152  0.58  15    4


Position: Right Side Hitter
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fairbanks
High School: West Valley HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Senior Haleigh Lloyd set a GNAC record, while finishing 4th in the 400-meter hurdles Saturday at the NCAA Championships.
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Junior Karolin Anders furnished her sixth career All-America honor and third in the heptathlon Friday at the NCAA Div. II Outdoor Championships.
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Junior Karolin Anders finished 8th May 22 at the 2015 NCAA Div. II Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
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Junior Dominik Notz raced to his first career All-America honor in track & field Thursday in the 10K race.
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Entering her fourth year with the program, Anchorage native Shaina Afoa will assume the role of the Seawolves' top assistant coach in 2015-16.
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