Barrington girl leads college team to victory

Soares scores twice for Gettysburg College field hockey team

Posted 9/18/19

Barrington native Julie Soares, a senior on the Gettysburg College field hockey team, scored two goals and powered the Bullets to a 4-0 win over Muhlenberg College earlier this month.

The win …

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Barrington girl leads college team to victory

Soares scores twice for Gettysburg College field hockey team

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Barrington native Julie Soares, a senior on the Gettysburg College field hockey team, scored two goals and powered the Bullets to a 4-0 win over Muhlenberg College earlier this month.

The win improved Gettysburg's record to 4-2 overall and 1-0 in conference play.

Soares is also serving as one of the captains for the Gettysburg College women's field hockey team this fall. Julia is a senior member of the team and a returning starter for the Bullets.

She is also the most decorated player on the Gettysburg roster this year. Julia is a two-time All-Centennial Conference selection and was an All-South Region honoree in 2018. She led Gettysburg with nine goals, 19 points, and 76 shots in 2018. She will join teammates Jillian Caputo and Sam Nicol as try-captains.

Julia also played a key role in Gettysburg's first win of the season — the Barrington native scored a goal in the Bullet's 2-0 victory over Washington and Lee and also finished with five shots on goal.

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