Help Send Local Women’s National Soccer Forward Christina “Corky” Julien to FIFA World Cup in Germany – April 21, 2011 – Cornwall Golf & Country Club

Cornwall ON – It’s not everyday that a local athlete gets a chance to compete at the highest level of their sport and that’s exactly what Christina “Corky” Julien is about to do, but she like most Canadian athletes need your support to help make that happen.

The Cornwall Golf and Country Club are helping her cause by donating space for a fund raising dinner Thursday April 21st at 6 PM.  The proceeds are to help Ms Julien cover the costs for training and equipment as she prepares for  the Women’s FIFA World Cup in Germany where she’s a Forward for Canada’s National team!

The Dinner is $40.00 with a meet and greet at 6PM and the dinner served at 7PM.

Canada’s women’s national team forward Christina Julien discusses Canada’s win over Switzerland in the opening match at 2010 Cyprus Women’s Cup and and her game winning goal.


Ms Julien hails from Williamstown Ontario and lives in Cornwall currently.   The 22 year old has had 23 National appearances already and is a forward with the Ottawa Fury.

From the website:

Canada’s women’s national team has opened camp in Roma, Italy, a four-week camp as part of the team’s preparations for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011. Coach Carolina Morace has called 24 players into camp from 23 March to 20 April.

Canada, whose title sponsor is Winners and presenting sponsor is Teck, has an international record of six wins and one loss in 2011. Its recent success – second place at the Yongchuan Cup in January and first place at the Cyprus Women’s Cup in March – vaulted Canada to sixth place on the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking.

In the group phase of this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011, Canada will face host Germany on 26 June, France on 30 June, and Nigeria on 5 July. The top two teams from the group will qualify for the quarter-final phase.

GK- Stephanie Labbé | SWE / Piteå IF
GK- Karina LeBlanc | USA / Chicago Red Stars
GK- Erin McLeod | USA / Washington Freedom
D- Melanie Booth | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
D- Candace Chapman | USA / Western New York Flash
D- Robyn Gayle | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
D- Bryanna McCarthy | CAN / Toronto Lady Lynx
D- Rhian Wilkinson | NOR / Lillestrøm SK Kvinner
D- Emily Zurrer | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
M- Chelsea Buckland | USA / Oregon State University
M- Kaylyn Kyle | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
M- Diana Matheson | NOR / Lillestrøm SK Kvinner
M- Brooke McCalla | CAN / Master’s Futbol Academy
M- Carmelina Moscato | Unattached / sans club
M- Marie-Eve Nault | CAN / Ottawa Fury
M- Sophie Schmidt | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
M- Desiree Scott | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
M- Brittany Timko | Unattached / sans club
F- Jonelle Filigno | USA / Rutgers University
F- Christina Julien | CAN / Ottawa Fury
F- Amélia Pietrangelo | CAN / Comètes de Laval
F- Jodi-Ann Robinson | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
F- Christine Sinclair | USA / Western New York Flash
F- Melissa Tancredi | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Head Coach / Entraîneure-chef : Carolina Morace
Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe : Elisabetta Bavagnoli
Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe : Andrea Neil
Goalkeeper Coach / Entraîneur des gardiens : Max Colucci

Fitness Coach / Préparateur physique : Mario Familari
Video Coordinator / Vidéaste : Sian Bagshawe
General Manager / Gérant d’équipe : Misty Thomas
Equipment Manager / Gérante de l’équipement : Maeve Glass
Support Staff / Personnel : Karina Sefron
Support Staff / Personnel : Joe Parolini
Nutritionist / Nutritionniste : Dr. Maura Colella
Therapist / Thérapeute du sport : Giuseppe Ciferni
Therapist / Thérapeute du sport : Roberta Villa
Therapist / Thérapeute du sport : Daria Castellana


So now it’s up to you to help our local athlete live her dream and bring glory back to our region.    To reserve your seats for the Dinner you can call Ann Julien at 613 361 7555 or Jim Moak at 613 346  0347.

Christina’s Profile

Name: Christina Julien
Nickname: Corky, CJ
Position: Forward
Birthdate: May 6th, 1988 (22 years old)
Height: 5’6
Weight: 140 lbs
Hometown: Cornwall, Ontario
High school: Char-Lan District High School
University: James Madison University (Kinesiology & business) 


Char-Lan Timbits soccer (as a toddler)
Char-Lan House league soccer until I was 14
Cornwall Houseleague soccer until I was 13
Cornwall Selects Allstars until it turned into the Cornwall Blazers
Cornwall Blazers until I was 15
U16 – U18 Ottawa Fury  Youth Soccer (15 years old – 18)
Ottawa  Fury Soccer W-League (17 years old – present)
Laval Cometes W-League (played one year in 2009)
James Madison University Soccer Team (2006 – 2010)
Canadian Women’s National Team (02/2009 – present)


NCAA Division 1 Awards:

2009 – National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team.  Eastern College Athletic Conference All-Star second team.  All-conference (CAA) first team.  Among 45 players on Hermann Trophy Watch List for national player of the year.  CAA preseason Player of the Year.  NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America second team.  NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Region first team.  JMU Athlete of the Year 2008 & 2009  JMU/Comfort Inn Invitational all-tournament team.  Team’s offensive MVP 2008 & 2009.  CAA Commissioners Academic Award.  JMU Athletic Director Scholar Athlete 2008 & 2009 State (VaSID) Player of the Year, All-state (VaSID) first team.

2008 – Soccer America MVP second team (honors players who have had the biggest impact on their team’s success regardless of position). Team of the Season second team.  NSCAA All-America third team.   Soccer Buzz All-America third team.  NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team.  Soccer Buzz All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team.  CAA Player of the Year.  All-CAA first team.  State (VaSID) co-Player of the Year.  All-state (VaSID) first Ranked second in CAA in goals and game-winners and third in points. JMU/Comfort Inn Invitational All-Tournament Team.

2006/2007 – NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region third team.  CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award. Virginia (VaSID) Rookie of the Year.  All-CAA tournament team.  Soccer Buzz All-Mid-Atlantic Region All-Freshman Team. CAA All-Rookie Team.  All-state (VaSID) second team. JMU team’s Rookie of the Year.

School Records: School season-record seven game-winning goals. School consecutive games records for scoring a goal (9) and scoring a point (9).  Team  School season records for goals and points by a junior. Completed career second on JMU career goals list (44), second on career points list (102) and tied 18th on career assist list (14).  School-record 19 career game-winning goals.

International:  — caps with Canada National Team.

  • 5 goals
  • Game-winners in all three of team’s Cyprus Cup pool play wins  (2-1 over Switzerland, 1-0 over England, 2-1 over South Africa)
  • First internation match – scored a goal on first shot in a 1-1 tie    against Switzerland.
  • Member of the World Cup Qualification Squad that won the Gold Cup 2010.
  • Just broke the Canadian record for most wins in a row by any Canadian Soccer Team (games)

Other: Won a u18 national ice hockey championship with Team Ontario Red in 2005.


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  1. The Canadian Government covers all costs for training and equipment for the Canadian National Team, I think, so why the fundraiser?

  2. Canada does not pay for many of the expenses these atheletes incur. Secondly as they have a full time commitment they are not able to be employed due to their training schedules etc.As such the fundraiser is to help offset the expenses not paid for that each athelete incurs. How often does a Canadian soccer team rise to this level of excellence? This is a chance to say you are proud of her accomplishments and proud to support one of Canada’s teams.

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