20 Julien Williams
20 Julien Williams
Height: 6-2
Weight: 220
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Potomac, MD
High School: Georgetown Prep
Position: G/F
Major: Business

Career: Concluded his four-year career by playing in 97 games, 86 as a starter ... Scored in double figures on 30 occasions ... Posted 10 or more rebounds in six contests ... Chalked up a total of three double-doubles ... Finished 13th on the school's all-time ladder with 470 rebounds and stood 19th in career rebound average (4.8 rpg) ... 89 career steals tied for 17th place on the Eagles' career chart ... 16th all-time at Emory with 178 free throws ... Connected on 46.1 percent (267-of-579) of his field goal attempts, good for a 16th-place tie on the school's career list.

Senior (2010-11): Started all 25 games and averaged 8.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per outing ... Led the team with a 51.7 percent mark from the floor (74-of-143) ... Ranked third on the club and 17th among UAA players in rebounding in overall play ... 12 performances of five or more rebounds ... Honorable-mention selection to the All-UAA Team ... Also garnered a honorable-mention berth on the Georgia Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team ... In UAA contests, he averaged 11.0 points, fourth on the team and 15th on the league chart ... Knocked down a team-leading 57.4 percent (54-of-94) from the floor in conference affairs, good for fourth place on the league ladder ... Turned in a strong second half of the season, recording all nine of his double-figure scoring outings over the squad's last 11 games ... Led or shared for team's scoring lead on three occasions and was the club's top rebounder in four games ... Named UAA Co-Player of the Week after averaging 18.5 points, 8.0 rebounds and sinking 76.4 percent (13-of-17) of his field goal attempts in helping the Eagles to home wins over Washington University (Feb. 11) and the University of Chicago (Feb. 13) ... Posted a double-double with a career-high 19 points and a season-high 13 rebounds vs. Chicago (Feb. 13) in a 91-87 overtime victory ... Converted seven-of-12 from the floor, including a pair of three pointers, en route to a team-high 18 points in an 85-70 triumph over Brandeis (Feb. 4) ... Big effort vs. Wash U. (Feb. 11), draining seven-of-eight of his field goal attempts, including all three of his tries from beyond the arc, in totaling a team-high tying 18 points ... Snatched a team-high 11 rebounds in an 88-82 verdict vs. Methodist (Dec. 4), one of his two double-figure efforts in that category during the year ... Chipped in 14 points, hitting six-of-eight from the floor, along with three steals, in an 88-71 win over Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 23) ... Second on the squad with 29 steals and his 1.2 per-game average in that department ranked eighth in the UAA ... Nine outings of two or more thefts.

Junior (2009-10): Started all 25 games ... Averaged 22.5 minutes per outing and wound up the campaign tied for third on the team in scoring (8.5 ppg) and second in rebounding (4.7 rpg) ... His rebounding total placed him 17th among UAA players ... Compiled 14 games of five or more boards ... Tied for second place on the squad in steals with 25 ... Scored in double digits on eight occasions ... Led or shared for team honors in rebounding in five games ... Tabbed as Emory's Player of the Week (Feb. 15) after averaging 16.0 points and 4.5 rebounds in games at Carnegie Mellon and Case Western Reserve ... Hit a career high 9-of-12 from the field, including two-of-three from three-point range, en route to a career-high 21 points vs. Carnegie Mellon (Feb. 12) in a 77-71 win, before registering 11 points, second high on the club, along with four boards and a pair of steals vs. Case (Feb. 14) ... Scored eight of Emory's nine points in a five-minute stretch late in the second half vs. Oglethorpe (Nov. 19) and finished that affair with 14 points and 12 rebounds, his lone double-double of the season and second of his career ... In the return engagement vs. Oglethorpe (Dec. 7), he topped the Eagles with nine rebounds while scoring 11 points ... Sank five-of-nine from the floor, including a pair of treys, and totaled 12 points, his high for a league game during the season, at Chicago (Feb. 5) ... Paced the Eagles with seven caroms in a 64-63 win over Brandeis (Feb. 21) ... Eight games of two or more steals ... Scored nine of his 11 points during the first 20 minutes of play and helped Emory to a 45-35 halftime lead en route to an 89-81 decision over Hanover (Dec. 19).

Sophomore (2008-09): Played in 24 games, drawing starting assignments 14 times ... Averaged 19.5 minutes per outing and ranked fourth on the time in scoring (6.5 ppg) while his 4.8 rebounds per game placed him third on the team and 17th among UAA players ... Averaged 4.9 boards in UAA affairs, second on the squad and 11th in the conference ... Led or shared for the team's lead in rebounding in five games ... Emory's top scorer in two contests ... Registered double-digit scoring in five outings ... Came off the bench and was successful on six-of-eight from the floor and converted all three of his attempts from the foul line en route to 15 points, second high on the team, vs. LaGrange (Nov. 29) ... In the second match-up against LaGrange (Dec. 3), he paced the Eagles with 15 points (which would prove to tie his season high), sinking six-of-nine from the field while pulling down a team-best seven boards ... Led the Eagles in rebounding with a season-high 10 caroms against Sewanee (Dec. 9) ... Career-high four steals and 13 points vs. Piedmont (Dec. 18) ... Team's second-leading scorer with 12 points and snatched a game-high tying nine rebounds vs. Case Western Reserve (Jan. 9) ... Converted all four of his field goal attempts and tied Chad Hixon for team scoring honors (12 pts.) vs. Washington University (Feb. 13) ... The team's second-leading rebounder vs. NYU (Feb. 22) with seven and against Case Western (Feb. 28) with eight ... Recorded five or more rebounds in 11 games.

Freshman (2007-08): Started 22 of the 23 games he saw action in ... Averaged 21.8 minutes per outing and wound up fifth on the squad in scoring (7.7 ppg) and third in rebounding (5.0 rpg) ... Ranked 14th among UAA players in rebounding ... Tied for the team lead in scoring with a season-high 18 points and pulled down a club-best eight rebounds in a 100-89 triumph over Maryville College (Dec. 8) ... Was Emory's top board man on five occasions including at Huntingdon (Dec. 1) where his season-high 14 caroms tied as the high-water mark by an Eagle in '07-08 ... Huge effort in Emory's 81-76 overtime win over No. 1-ranked Rochester (Jan. 25) with 17 points (second-highest total of the year) and a team-high 12 boards in 28 minutes ... Scored in double figures in eight outings ... Logged a season-long 32 minutes at Brandeis (Feb. 8) and hit five-of-nine from the floor, including his lone three-point attempt, and totaled 13 points while pulling down a game-high nine rebounds and dishing out a season-best five assists.

Prior to Emory:
Four-year member of the basketball program at Georgetown Preparatory School where he played for Dwayne Bryant ... Averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game his senior season in helping his team to a conference tournament championship ... Was selected by DCsportsfans.com as Defensive Player of the Year ... As a junior, he posted averages of 12.0 points and 6.0 boards per contest as his team captured the regular-season conference crown.

Personal: Born April 23, 1989 ... His father, Buck, played for three teams during a 17-year NBA career and was a three-time all-star.

Career Stats

2007-08 23-22 61-148 .412 5-22 .227 51-80 178 7.7 116 5.0
2008-09 24-14 58-126 .460 6-20 .300 35-59 157 6.5 116 4.8
2009-10 25-25 74-162 .457 15-45 .333 49-77 212 8.5 118 4.7
2010-11 25-25 74-143 .517 15-36 .417 43-66 206 8.2 120 4.8
TOTAL 97-86 267-579 .461 41-123 .333 178-282 753 7.8 470 4.8


Career Highs

Points 19 University of Chicago, Feb. 13, 2011
  18 Washington University, Feb. 11, 2011
  18 Brandeis University, Feb. 4, 2011
  18 Maryville College, Dec. 8, 2007
Rebounds 14 at Huntingdon College, Dec. 1, 2007
  13 University of Chicago, Feb. 13, 2011
Steals 4 Piedmont College, Dec. 18, 2008
Assists 5 at Brandeis University, Feb. 8, 2008
3 pt. FGs 3 Washington University, Feb. 11, 2011




Quote: "I chose Emory because it gives me the opportunity to succeed academically as well as athletically."