The cost to attend the event, which will be held at Amherst Brewing Company, is $40.00.
The U-20 Italian National Team captain will be joining the Minutewomen this spring.
Meghan Collins, Julie Morrissey, Emily Cota and Moa Mattsson all earned spots.
Collins, Morrissey and Cota are the first Minutewomen honored since 2003.
The duo will take part in the event on Dec. 4, at Merrimack College.
ead coach Ed Matz and senior Julie Morrissey are interviewed following 1-0 win over #23 La Salle in the Atlantic 10 Semifinals.
Highlights from UMass' 1-0 win over #23 La Salle in the Atlantic 10 Semifinals.
Transferred to UMass after playing three seasons at University of Cincinnati.
AS A SENIOR IN 2011: Game-By-Game Stats
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010 (At Cincinnati):Started 18 games at midfield ... Led the team in shots with 46 on the year ... Scored three goals, two game-winners ... Posted the game-winning goal against Western Michigan .... Also scored the game-winner against Pittsburgh in the 84th minute.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009 (At Cincinnati):Started and played in 17 games for the season ... Was one of two UC players to finish the year with two game-winning goals ... Second on the team in shots with 31, 15 on goal ... Scored two goals in two consecutive games (Eastern Kentucky, Louisville) ... Third on the team with 11 points (4G, 3A) ... Had an assist at Eastern Kentucky, against Notre Dame, and vs. Seton Hall ... Was BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week and to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week on Sept. 14 after a nine-point, four-goal effort in a 2-0 week for the Bearcats ... Became first Cincinnati women's soccer player to earn BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week honors.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008 (At Cincinnati):Started all 20 games as a freshman ... totaled a team-high 16 points on the season (7G, 2A), the first time a freshman led the team in total points scored since 1993 ... Also led the Bearcats in game-winning goals with five ... Recorded three points (1G, 1A) in wins against Bowling Green and Miami.
BEFORE COLLEGE:Two-time all-state and all-New England selection at Tabor Academy ... Three-time team MVP... Helped squad to a pair of New England Class B championships ... Part of a team that did not lose a match until her senior season ... Also played lacrosse ... Member of Massachusetts Olympic Development Program state team for three years ... ODP regional pool player for two seasons ... Won state championships with U-15 and U-17 club teams.
PERSONAL:Born Julie Marie Morrissey on Jun. 10, 1990, in Stoughton, Mass. ... Daughter of Mark and Karen Morrissey ... Has two siblings: Stephanie and Matthew ... Four-year Dean's List student at Tabor ... Majoring in Sociology.
Julie Morrissey's Career Statistics
* - at Cincinnatti ^ - at UMass only