Jules had arguably the best season in the history of Marshall track and field — and possibly any Herd student-athlete in any sport — for Coach Jeff Small this past season.
She earned first-team All-American honors in the heptathlon, an event in which she also qualified for the USA Championships.
She was also named Mid-Atlantic Region and Conference USA Field Athlete of the Year, winning the C-USA title in the heptathlon and the outdoor high jump.
She is currently the Marshall record-holder in the indoor 300-meter run, indoor high jump, outdoor 200-meter run, outdoor high jump, pentathlon, outdoor 60-meter hurdles, heptathlon and outdoor 200-meter hurdles.
Jules hopes to turn professional in track and field, and will return to Marshall this fall to finish her degree.
Withrow started all 17 games in goal for the Thundering Herd (11-5-1) of Coach Bob Gray this season, recording 77 saves and setting Marshall single-season (9.5) and career (21.5) shutout records.
He led the nation with a save percentage of 0.895, ranked third in goals against average (0.524) and earned NCAA All-Midwest Region honors after being named the program's first Co-Conference USA Player of the Year.
A three-time first-team All-Conference USA selection, the goalkeeper became the third Thundering Herd student-athlete to be drafted in to Major League Soccer when he was picked 66th overall by the Columbus Crew.
Withrow, given No. 40 by the Crew, is currently in the Reserve League, backing up starter Matt Lampson in each match thus far.