Madi Julius scored her first collegiate goal to seal the victory
Played in all 20 games for Wake Forest, starting the final 13 in a row ... Set new career-highs with two goals, five points and nine shots on goal ... Scored her first goal of the season on a penalty stroke against Davidson (Oct. 9) ... Notched her second goal in the ACC Quarterfinals against Boston College (Nov. 1) ... Tallied her lone assist of the year against Ohio (Oct. 3) ... Served as an anchor along the back line all season long ... Finished her career in the old gold and black with 16 starts in 49 appearances, four goals, three assists and 11 points.
2011 (Junior) Was one of two team captains for the 2011 season ... Picked up an assist in Wake Forest's first game of the year against Iowa on Aug. 27 ... Tallied another assist in a 7-1 win over Davidson at home on Oct. 11 ... One game later, she scored her lone goal of the season in a 5-0 win at Liberty on Oct. 14.
2010 (Sophomore) Has played in 14 games for the Demon Deacons ... Scored her first-career goal that also ended up being the game winner against Michigan on Day 2 of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Aug. 29 ... Made her first start of the season against Longwood on Sept. 7 ... Took one shot against Appalachian State on Oct. 24.
2009 (Freshman) Appeared in three games and made one start during her freshman campgain ... Saw her first career action when she started against Davidson on Sept. 20, a game the Deacs won 6-0 ... Also came off the bench in a 6-0 win over Appalachian State on Oct. 4 and a 2-0 loss against Virginia on Oct. 24.
Background: Varsity VMP at Jackson Liberty High School (2008-09) ... First Team All-County ... First Team All-Shore ... Three-time Honor Roll student ... Student Council President.
Personal Full name is Jillian Mary Anzalone ... Is undecided on a major ... Born May 28, 1991 ... Parents are John and Karen Anzalone ... Brother John (27) played Lacrosse at Cazenovia College, brother Nick (25) played football at St. Anselms University, sister Jennah (22) is a speed skater at Pettit National Ice Center.