#17 Julia Sattler
Position: Defender
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
High School: Jesuit HS
Experience: 2 Letters
Julia Sattler BIO
Courtesy: Associated Press
Release: 06/01/2012

SENIOR (2014): Played in 15 games, starting the final six contests of the season … Tallied an assist against St. Mary’s on Aug. 31 … Recorded five shots on the season … Played the full 90 minutes against Oregon in the season’s final game (11/7).

Sat out the season due to an injury.
Played in nine matches and saw 215 minutes of action out on the pitch ... Was featured in OSU football's Game Day Program for her recent trip toEthiopia with Beavers without Borders ... Earned Honorable Mention status by the Pac-12 for conference's All-Academic team.
Redshirted during the 2011 season.
Played in eight games ... First collegiate game was against Seattle University ... Had one shot and one shot on goal on the season and it came in first match against Seattle University ... Had one assist on the season .... Played a total of 150 minutes.

Member of the Oregon Olympic Development Program ... Member of Region VI team during the 2009 and 2010 seasons.

Played for Tualatin Hills United ... Won the Oregon State Cup four years ... Won the Region IV Far West Regional League in 2010 ... Won the Las Vegas College Showcase in 2009.

Graduated from Jesuit High School in 2010 ... Lettered four seasons in soccer ... Won the team's Leadership Award ... Team captured ESPN Fall Soccer National Championship and state championship her senior year ... Team won Metro League all four years ... Also lettered in track ... Was a four-year member of the honor roll ... Member of the National Honors Society.

Born in Portland, Ore. ... Daughter of Ron Sattler and Ann Faurot ... Father is a real estate broker and mother is an insurance agent ... Has one sister, Rachel ... Majoring in General Science, minoring in French... Chose Oregon State because "it was an excellent overall fit. I was confident and motivated about the direction of the women's soccer program and especially liked the coaches and players. I liked the academic opportunities available through the university honors college and overall campus feel."