Third Base
Baton Rouge, La.
High School
Central HS

Career Stats

2004 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
2004 Second-Team All-SEC
2004 First-Team All-Louisiana
2004 Tiger Classic All-Tournament
2004 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2004 Team Captain
2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2003 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2003 SEC Hitter of the Week (Feb. 17, April 21)
2003 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (Feb. 17, April 22)
2003 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2003 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2002 NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament Team
2001 WCWS All-Tournament Team

Played and started in 66 games … Named a first-team All-South Region selection … A second-team All-SEC and first-team All-Louisiana selection … Member of the Tiger Classic and Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament teams … Was a team captain … Tied the LSU single-game records for home runs (2 vs. UTSA) and walks (3 vs. Wisconsin) … Knocked in the game-winning runs in come-from-behind victories over Florida Atlantic and Kentucky … Recorded 11 multiple-hit and five multiple-RBI games … Ranked in the top five on the team in home runs and walks … Ranked seventh in the SEC in walks … Recorded a career-best eight-game hitting streak … Holds the LSU career records for home runs and walks … Ranks in the top five in LSU history in career games played, games started, doubles, RBIs, hit by pitches, sacrifice flies and assists … Ranks in the top 10 in career slugging percentage, at bats, runs scored, hits and total bases.

Played and started in 67 games … Named a second-team All-Louisiana selection … Selected SEC Hitter of the Week on Feb. 17 and April 21 … Louisiana Hitter of the Week on Feb. 17 and April 22 … Member of the Tiger Classic All-Tournament team … Ranked second in the league in fielding percentage by a third baseman … Led the team and tied for fourth in the SEC in doubles … Ranked second on the team in home runs and walks … Ranked third on the team in RBIs and runs scored, and fourth in hits … Recorded 11 multiple-hit and 10 multiple-RBI games … Tied the LSU record for home runs in a game with two against both Cal Poly and Southeastern Louisiana … Hit home runs in three consecutive games (vs. Cal Poly, Utah and Central Michigan … Holds the LSU career record for walks … Ranks second in career home runs and fourth in career hit by pitches … Ranks fifth in career doubles and seventh in career RBIs … Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Played in all 67 games, starting 65 … Named to the NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament Team after going 7-for-13 (.538) with two doubles, a home run and three walks for a .647 on-base percentage … Also added five runs scored and two RBIs in five games during the tournament … Led the team and ranked sixth in the SEC in walks … Recorded the second most single-season walks in school history … Second on the team in doubles and on-base percentage and fifth in slugging percentage and total bases … Was a perfect 8-for-8 on stolen base attempts … Recorded 10 multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI games … Went 3-for-3 with a home run, three runs scored and two RBIs against Illinois-Chicago … Also went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple, three runs scored and two RBIs in the second game against Alabama.

Played and started in all 70 games … Named to the WCWS All-Tournament Team … Tied Tara Asbill’s LSU single-season home run record with a team-high 12 homers … Hit a two-run home run which proved to be the difference in the 2-1 win over Iowa in the WCWS … Had the RBI hit to tie the Oklahoma game, which LSU would win in 13 innings … Recorded a season-high five RBIs against Massachusetts and Coastal Carolina … Knocked two home runs against Georgia … Went 5-for-5 with six RBIs, two doubles and a home run in doubleheader against Coastal Carolina … Recorded a hit in all four WCWS games … Ranked third on the team in doubles, RBIs and slugging percentage.

Did not see any game action and received a redshirt year.

Played first base and shortstop … Was a four year letterwinner in softball … Was a four-time all-district selection … Was a two-time all-state selection … Selected as Central High School’s Most Athletic Female … Honored by The Advocate as a “Star of Stars” in softball … Was the LHSCA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player in 1999 … Hit .582 for her senior season.

Full name is Julie Ruth Wiese … Nickname is “Jules” … Parents are Lon and Barbra Wiese … Has two brothers: Jeff and Brian … Brian played baseball at Mississippi State … Graduated in kinesiology in May 2004 … Likes to read, watch movies or work out … Favorite meal is Christmas dinner … Born on March 18, 1981.

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