THIS YEAR: Senior Julia Rozenfeld should continue to improve and challenge for All-American honors this season...She ranks fifth on USC's all-time women's hammer throw list at 203-1.
2006: Rozenfeld had a season-best throw of 202-8 (61.77m) to place third at the Trojan Invitational on March 24...Placed seventh at the Pac-10s with a throw of 195-5 (59.56m) and ninth at the NCAA West Regional with a throw of 195-0 (59.45m).
2005: Rozenfeld bettered her career-best mark in the hammer with a throw of 203-1 on March 12 at the Ben Brown Invitational...The mark replaced her old career best as the fourth farthest throw in school history...She threw 193-6 for finish fourth at the Pac-10 Championships...She then threw 202-6 to finish third at the NCAA West Regional.
2004: Rozenfeld set the freshman record for hammer throwers at USC with a toss of 201-2...That mark was good for fourth on the all-time USC hammer chart...She placed 10th at the NCAAs with a throw of 194-1...Took third at the Pac-10s with a throw of 198-2...Placed third at the UCLA dual meet with a mark of 194-4.
BEFORE USC: Rozenfeld was one of the the top junior hammer throwers in the world for the past several years, as she took third in the hammer at the 2002 World Junior Championships in Jamaica and sixth at the 2001 World Juniors in Hungary...At age 17, she won the Russian Junior Championship...Her best throw was 200-8.
PERSONAL: Julia was born on April 5, 1984 in Gorky, Russia...She is an economics major at USC.
CAREER BESTS: Hammer -- 203-1