Julia Bergofsky McPhee
Julia Bergofsky McPhee
Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse
Inducted 2017

Julia Bergofsky McPhee, a member of the Class of 2002, won NCAA Championships at Middlebury in both field hockey and lacrosse. As a lacrosse player, Bergofsky was a two-time All-American who was named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Player of the Year in 2002 and the Midfielder of the Year in 2001. Her teams earned a combined 65-2 record with three undefeated seasons and three NCAA Championships. She was a member of the NCAA All-Tournament teams in 1999 and 2001, earning most valuable player honors in 2002, while serving as team captain. Her teams also captured the first two NESCAC Championships, with Bergofsky earning the conference’s Player of the Year honors in 2002. She finished her career with 203 points, which was sixth at the time on the school’s all-time scoring list.

In field hockey, her team won the program’s first NCAA Championship with a 17-1 mark during her rookie season in 1998. She played in 61 of 63 games during her career, earning All-New England honors while serving as a captain during her senior year.

Following her senior year, Bergofsky was the recipient of the national “Honda Award,” given to the Division III Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year.