April 16, 1988 |
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Weight||159 lb (72 kg; 11 st 5 lb)|
Hockey East team
|Women's ice hockey|
|Competitor for Switzerland|
|IIHF World Women's Championships|
|Bronze||2012 United States||Tournament|
Julia Marty (born 16 April 1988 in Nussbaumen, Switzerland) is a member of the Switzerland women's national ice hockey team and also plays for Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Her twin sister, Stefanie, played at the University of New Hampshire in 2007-08.
Marty played for the University of New Hampshire in the 2007-08 season on defense. She scored three goals and added seven assists for 10 points along with a plus-24 rating in 31 games. Prior to her NCAA career, she played for EV Zug in the top Swiss league from 2003-07. She was an All-Star selection in 2005 and participated in the European Champions Cup, helped EV Zug to a third-place finish in 2004. She also skated for DHC Langenthal and the EHC Wettingen-Baden boys team. In a game versus Russia at the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship, Julia Marty logged two points (one goal, one assist) in a 5-2 victory, as Switzerland advanced to the semifinals.
In 2008-09, Marty set career highs for goals, assists, and points in a season despite playing in only 25 games. She finished the season with four goals and thirteen assists. During the 2010–11 Northeastern Huskies women's ice hockey season, on October 1, 2010, Marty played in a 4-4 tie vs. Syracuse. The Syracuse team featured her twin sister Stefanie Marty. It was the first time the sisters had ever played against each other in their NCAA careers. On October 24, 2010, Julia Marty registered her first goal of the season. She also accumulated three assists as Northeastern defeated RPI, 5-1. On October 24, Marty's four-point performance was the first by a Huskies player since Chelsey Jones recorded five points against the Maine Black Bears on December 3, 2006.
|Season||Team||Games played||Goals||Assists||Points||Power play goals|
|Season||Games played||Goals||Assists||Points||Penalty Minutes||Shots||Plus/Minus|
|2010 Olympics (on-going)||3||0||0||0||0||8||-5|
Awards and honors