Julie Stone Radnoff was a two-sport athlete at Ithaca College in field hockey and lacrosse from 1989 to 1993. Stone Radnoff played four seasons on the lacrosse team and one year with field hockey, and was coached by Hall of Famers Doris Kostrinsky and Andrea Golden.
During her first three years with the lacrosse program, Stone Radnoff was primarily a defender but moved to attack her senior season. The transition paid dividends as she went on the tally 54 goals with 30 assists for 84 points and helped lead the Bombers to their second-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament with a 10-4 record.
Stone Radnoff was named Brine/IWLCA Second-Team All-American as well as First-Team All-NYSWCAA Lacrosse for her breakout campaign. In 1991 and 1992, she would find spots on the Brine/IWLCA New York All-Region and All-NYSWCAA teams.
Her 84 points in 1993 stood as the school standard for 25 years and she remains No. 2 on the single-season points list. She is also eighth in single-season assists and 10th in single-season goals.
During her one season with the field hockey team, Stone Radnoff played 180 minutes and went 2-0 with a 1.17 goals-against average.
In 1993, Stone Radnoff was selected to compete with the US National Developmental Lacrosse Team. Stone Radnoff was the only NCAA Division III player on the team and competed against China, England and Wales in her one year with the team. More than 100 players were invited to try out for the team, and Stone Radnoff was one of 18 to be selected.