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#15 Julie Seabrook
Position: Forward
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
City/State: North Vancouver, B.C.
High School: St. Mary's/NEDA
Experience: 4 Letters
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Career: After playing sparingly her first two seasons, Julie Seabrook shined under the Linda Lappe coaching staff and was a mainstay in the lineup. She started the final 69 games of her career, the only Buff to start every game over that two year span (2010-12). Seabrook completed her career with 504 points (4.2 ppg) and 479 rebounds (4.0 rpg). She finished 16th in career field-goal percentage on the CU charts, hitting on 48.7 percent over her four years (194-of-398).

2011-12 (Senior): Seabrook led Colorado in field-goal percentage at 48.8 percent (98-of-201) while averaging a career season-best 7.3 points per game. She was the only Buffalo to start all 35 games, that number also tying DeCelle Thomas (1995-96) for the third most starts in one season in team history. Seabrook shot 50 percent or better in 22 of 35 games and in 10 of 18 during Pac-12 play. She ranked seventh in the Pac-12 in field-goal percentage during conference only games (.474). Seabrook enjoyed a memorable start to her initial Pac-12 season scoring 17 points at Utah (12/31). She hit a personal-best four 3-pointers to lead the Buffaloes to their first win in their new league. Seabrook topped that performance by tying a career-high 18 points in the next outing at Washington (1/5). She scored in double digits 11 times, and recorded two double-doubles, the last one coming on senior day as she netted 11 points and 10 rebounds against Oregon State. Seabrook ended her CU career with a bang, leading the Buffaloes with 16 points in the WNIT quarterfinal at Oklahoma State (3/25), tying career-bests with four 3-pointers on six attempts. She averaged 7.3 points and 4.5 rebounds on 46 percent from the field in CU's four-game run in the Postseason WNIT. Seabrook won the Ceal Barry Colorado Pride Award for the second straight season, named after the CU Athletic Hall of Fame coach. In the spirit of the Coaches Award given out by Barry during her 22-year career on the Buffaloes bench, this award is given to the player who shows pride in the program through leadership on the court, campus and community, work ethic on the court and in the classroom and who is unselfish and coachable.

2010-11 (Junior): Seabrook was one of two Buffaloes (joining Brittany Spears) to start all 34 games. She averaged 5.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per game while shooting a team best 48.3 percent from the field (71-of-147). She shot 60 percent or better in 16 games, and 50 percent or better in 20 outings. Her rebounding average was third-best on the team and she had the second-most overall offensive rebounds with 72. Her 2.1 offensive rebounds per game in Big 12 games ranked 15th on the conference charts. Seabrook was clutch at Nebraska (3/2) when she made 3-of-4 from the field, including the go-ahead bucket with 15 seconds remaining. She scored a career-high 15 points during nonconference play against Illinois (12/4) making 5-of-6 from the field while adding 5-of-6 from the free throw line. She grabbed a season high 11 rebounds against Missouri (1/22) marking her career high in a conference game. Just three games into the season, she tallied the second double-double of her career against Santa Clara (11/19) with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Her game moved to the perimeter this season. She was successful on her first career 3-point field goal attempt against Colorado State (12/8) and proceeded to shoot 40.7 percent (11-of-27) from behind the three-point arc on the season.

2009-10 (Sophomore): Saw action in all but three contests, averaging just under one point and two rebounds per game. She got the starting nod in the season opener against UC Irvine (11/15) and came off the bench for the final 26 games she played in. Scored a Big 12 personal best six points at Kansas (1/27) while grabbing four rebounds in 15 minutes. She had a team-best seven rebounds in the win over Southern Utah (12/19), the second-best single-game total of her career. Seabrook logged two or more rebounds in 13 games, 11 of those coming in the final 19 contests. Made 52 percent of her field-goal attempts (11-of-21) while also recording five assists, two steals and one blocked shot.

2008-09 (Freshman): Played in 24 games and averaged 1.8 points and 2.6 rebounds as a first year Buffalo. She hit 48 percent from the field, connecting on 14 of 29 field goal attempts. Seabrook made her collegiate debut in the season-opening win over UCF (11/16), scoring five points and grabbing four rebounds in 16 minutes. Had a strong night against Idaho State (12/30), logging her first career double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Her 12 points off the bench against the Bengals were the most by a CU player this season. Eight of her 13 rebounds came on the offensive end, the most by a Buffalo since Jackie McFarland also had eight against Oklahoma in 2007. She ranked fifth in field-goal percentage and ninth in rebounding among freshman in the Big 12.

Canada Junior National Team: Long-time member of the Canadian national basketball program. She helped Canada to a sixth place finish at the 2011 World University Games in Shenzhen, China. She helped the Canadian Junior National Team to a fourth place finish at the 2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women in Thailand, the country's best championship finish in that age group. She also helped Canada qualify for the 2009 Worlds, with a second place finish at the 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2007 she participated with Team Canada at the 2007 FIBA U19 World Championships Slovakia. She saw action in six of eight games, scoring a high of five points in a win over Brazil, as Canada placed ninth with a record of 3-5.

High School: Seabrook is a 2008 graduate of St. Mary's Catholic School in Hamilton, Ont. A native of North Vancouver, B.C., Seabrook spent her senior season playing with Canada Basketball's National Elite Development Academy (NEDA), a national training center program in Hamilton. Prior to joining the NEDA program, she played for St. Mary's High School in North Vancouver where she was the Provincial MVP in 2006 and the Lower Mainlands MVP in 2007. She is a three-year member of the British Columbia Provincial team, highlighted by a gold-medal performance at the 2006 U17 National Championships. Her Provincial team took silver in 2005 at the U15 Canadian Nationals.

Academics: Julie Seabrook graduated from the Leeds School of Business with her bachelor's degree in May 2012. A two-time member of the Academic All-Big 12 Women’s Basketball squad, she was a first team selection in 2010 and a second team pick in 2011. Seabrook received honorable mention to the Pac-12 All-Academic Women's Basketball team. She hopes to work in marketing or finance after playing professional basketball. Seabrook was named CU’s member of the 2011 Big 12 Winter Chick-fil-A Community of Champions teat, awarded for academics, community service, leadership and sportsmanship. As a junior she was the Community Service Chair of CU's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Personal: Julie Seabrook, nickname Jay or Julz, was born June 17, 1990 in Vancouver, B.C. She is the daughter of David and Catherine Seabrook. She is the oldest of three siblings with a younger sister, Lauren and a younger brother, Daniel. Seabrook was very involved off the court as a member of the choir. She also was on the honor roll. While being a Canada native, she does speak some French. Seabrook used to model and be in musicals. She lists the biggest moment of her career as beating Australia and placing fourth at the 2009 U19 World Championships.

 

Season GP-S Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct OR DR Tot Avg PF FO A TO BK S Pts Avg
2008-09 24-0 245 10.2 14 29 .483 0 0 .000 16 22 .727 26 37 63 2.6 28 0 6 18 4 3 44 1.8
2009-10 27-1 170 6.3 11 21 .524 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 22 29 51 1.9 27 0 5 19 1 2 25 0.9
2010-11 34-34 835 24.6 71 147 .483 11 27 .407 27 47 .574 72 110 182 5.4 102 2 14 54 13 10 180 5.3
2011-12 35-35 942 26.9 98 201 .488 17 45 .378 42 56 .750 72 111 183 5.2 74 1 18 57 14 16 255 7.3
Totals 120-70 2192 18.3 194 398 .487 28 72 .389 88 130 .677 192 287 479 4.0 231 3 43 148 32 31 504 4.2
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