Julia Roudkovskaya (Dimitrov) is one of twelve PBC women’s tennis players in the history of the league to be named an All-Conference performer all four years that she played. From 1999-2002 she was one of the dominant players in the PBC and named a four-time All-American.
The 1999 PBC Freshman of the Year she helped the Bobcats to the semifinals of the 1999 NCAA National Championships and a victory in the third-place match. That year the PBC Tournament was flighted and Roudkovskaya won the #4 singles flight that helped GC to a second-place finish.
She finished the 2000 season ranked #17 in the nation in singles and #3 in doubles with partner Lilia Biktyakova. She finished 2001 and 2002 ranked #6 in the nation in singles.
In 2002 she was named the ITA Region Senior Player of the Year. She also won the ITA regional singles championship in 2000, was a three-time ITA /Rolex doubles champion and advanced to the doubles ITA national finals.
Inducted into the Georgia College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.