|Artego Bydgoszcz, Poland|
September 24, 1982 |
Troy, New York
|Listed height||5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
|Listed weight||130 lb (59 kg)|
|High school||Catholic Central HS (Troy, NY)|
|2005–2006||San Jose Spiders|
|2013||Beşiktaş JK (women's basketball)|
Julie Anne McBride (born September 24, 1982 in Troy, New York) is an American Polish professional basketball player who is currently a member of the Artego Bydgoszcz Basketball team. Earlier she was a member of the Kayseri Pan Kup Basketball team after leading Samsun Basketbol Kulübü (SBK) in the Turkish Women's Basketball League to the 2nd place and leading her team in scoring (15.0) and assist (4.0). McBride is also a former college basketball player for the Syracuse Orange who was a three-time All Big East selection.
McBride graduated Syracuse as the school’s all-time leader in points (1,605), scoring average (14.2 ppg), field goal attempts (1,378), 3-pointers (229), 3-point field goal attempts (707), free throws (348), assists (574), assists average (5.1 apg) and minutes played (3,964). She was a three-time All-Big East selection.
When CNNSI.com released a poll of the top 10 athletes all-time at Syracuse, McBride was the only female athlete on the list at No. 9 – one slot ahead of future NFL Hall of Fame receiver Marvin Harrison.
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Following her brief stint in the WNBA, McBride went overseas to play for Ceyhan (pronounced J-Han) Spor Club, a pro team in the Turkish Women's Basketball League. In the 2006-07 season, McBride led her league in scoring (19.4 points per game) and assists (6.1). However, Ceyhan finished the season 1-7 after McBride suffered a season-ending injury, tearing her anterior cruciate ligament. Following the 2006-07 season, McBride signed a two-year extension.[permanent dead link]
3.  CAMP MCBRIDE- basketball camp Julie provides for kids in her hometown