|High School:||Wang Uldals Toppidrett|
• Spring 2016 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2015 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Spring 2015 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2014 President’s List
• Spring 2014 Dean’s List
• Currently majoring in exercise science
Concluded her career playing in six tournaments, compiling an 81.47 scoring average in 17 rounds of competition . . . Opened the season with a tie for 24th at the Louisville Invitational, shooting a first round 77 . . . Shot a second round 77 at the Fall Invitational . . . Opened the spring with a 77 at the Amelia Island Collegiate . . . Shot a season-low 75 in the second round of the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate.
Played in seven tournaments, four as a team scorer and three as an individual . . . Tied career-best round twice with a 71 in the third round at the Lady Paladin and a 71 in Round 2 the next week at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate . . . Topped career-best tournament by one stroke with three-round score of 226 at Lady Paladin Invitational . . . Tied career-best finish with 26th place at Cardinal Cup (229) . . . Physically unable to perform in two spring tournaments and played as individual in next two before returning for Sun Belt Championship . . . Finished with a season average of 78.85 after an average of 77.33 in the fall.
Played in eight tournaments during sophomore year, compiling a 78.67 scoring average for her 24 rounds . . . Four fall events saw average 76.33 with 11 of 12 rounds in the 70s...Tied for 26th at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, shooting second- and third-round 72s to help Georgia State to a second-place finish . . . Tied for 28th at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate, shooting a second round 74 . . . Shot a final round 71 at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate, helping Georgia State to a third-place finish...Earned Dean’s List honors (3.5 or better) in the classroom to help team finish in top 25 in nation in academics.
In first year at GSU, played in all 10 events, finishing with a 78.90 scoring average, fourth-best on the team . . . Shot a career-low 71 in just second career tournament, the Golfweek Conference Challenge . . . Tied for 26th at the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational, shooting back-to-back 75s to finish the event . . . Ended the year with a 29th-place finish at the Sun Belt Championship after opening the tournament with a 76.
Placed first (2010), third (2011) and second (2010) at the Norwegian Cup . . . Was one of three girls on the Norwegian National Team in 2011 . . . Placed second (2009 & 2011) and fourth (2012) on the Titleist Tour . . . Received “Junior Scholarship of the Year” award in 2009 from the Federation in Norway . . . Finished in first place at the Suzann Pettersen Junior Challenge.
Julie Christine Lied was born Dec. 25, 1993, in Bergen, Norway . . . She is the daughter of Morten and Lisbeth Lied . . . Has two younger sisters, Lisa and Othilie.