The First & Only Six Division USPSA National Champion In History
13 – Time USPSA Ladies National Champion
7 – Time Ladies World Speed Shooting Champion
4 – Time IDPA Ladies National Champion
The Only Triple Crown USPSA Ladies National Champion
US Army Female Athlete of the Year & US Army Marksmanship Unit Athlete of the Year
3 – Time NRA Bianchi Cup Ladies Open Champion
2 – Time International Revolver Championships Ladies Open Champion
American Handgunner Ladies Champion
15 World, 24 US National in 7 Different Disciplines
Over 115 Championship Titles in State, Regional and International Competitions
Julie began her shooting career with her father, Pete Goloski at the young age of fourteen. What began as a father/daughter weekend hobby turned into an accomplished shooting career. A contender at every level, Julie’s talent was realized in 1995 when the US Army recruited her to shoot for the Army Action Shooting Team. It wasn’t long before she became an unbeatable force as the 1999 USPSA Limited (iron sight) and Open (race gun) Ladies Champion and Ladies World Speed Shooting Champion, unprecedented for a lady shooter in the same year. Recognizing her accomplishments, the Army named her US Army Female Athlete of the Year in 1999, a prestigious honor that had never been bestowed on an action shooter before.
After serving nearly 8 years with the Army, Julie continues to strive to be the best. She dominates in action shooting competitions and has become the first and only Five Division USPSA Ladies National Champion. In the 2006 Competition Season, Julie made another first – winning the Ladies National Title for the USPSA Limited-10, Single-Stack and Production Nationals and became the first woman to ever earn a USPSA Nationals Triple Crown. In February of 2008 Julie gave birth to a beautiful baby girl and added wife and mother to her accomplishments. Julie’s quest for national titles in all six divisions of USPSA competition was fulfilled when she won the Ladies Revolver National Title in 2011, becoming the first and only person (male or female) in history to do so. Always pushing the competition envelope, she strives to raise the level of her shooting higher and remains dedicated to her role as an ambassador to the shooting sports.