Inducted in 1979
Julia Woodcock
Born on November 30, -0001 in
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A Dean's List student, Ms. Woodcock maintained a better than 2.9 average the the University while winning 16 individual titles in New England Championship Swimming competition. Never defeated in an individual race, she holds New England records in the 100, 200, and 400 individual medleys and the 200 and 400 medley relays. The Swarthmore, Pennsylvania native holds a host of school records, and has led the team to New England Championships the past two years. She was co-captain of the '79 team. Before she came to UMO, she was second in the 1973 AAU Nationals and 5th in the 200 IM World Championships. She has competed in Russia and Canada.

UMO Director of Athletics, Harold Westerman, says Julie "...possesses a rare combination of athletic ability and an unselfish desire to contribute the most she can to the team ... (she) has established a tradition of Maine swimming excellense which will endure after she has left."

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