|Hometown:||Ribeirao Preto, Brazil|
|Previous College:||National American University|
Was named the 2008 Summit League Setter of the Year... Earned second-team all-Summit League honors... Named to the Summit League all-academic team... Currently ranks second all-time at ORU in career assists per set (10.23) and 10th in career in assists with 1,248... Tallied four double-doubles on the year... Posted 38 assists, 11 digs and six kills in the sweep at IPFW on Sept. 27...Tied a career-high seven kills in the 3-0 win at IUPUI on Oct. 3... Recorded a season-high 43 assists to go along with 11 digs in the 3-0 victory at UMKC on Oct. 10... Registered 24 assists and 11 digs in the loss at IPFW on Oct. 31... Also posted 12 assists and 11 digs in the 3-1 loss versus UMKC on Nov. 16... Tallied 14 double-digit assist matches and had 10 matches of 20 or more assists... Ranked second on the team with 8.47 assists per set... Also averaged 1.9 digs per set... Finished second in league matches only with 10.51 assists per set.
Earned academic All-Summit League honors... Named to the all-tournament team for her 55 assists against both Lamar and Rice at the Mizuno Invitational in first weekend of play (8/24-8/25)... Registered four kills, nine digs, two blocks and 55 assists in career debut on Aug. 24 against Lamar... Also recorded a career-high seven kills to go along with 16 digs in the 3-2 win versus Rice... Had 51 assists in the 3-1 win over Eastern Washington at the USF tournament on Sept. 1... Set a career-high in digs with 17 in the 3-1 win at Stetson on Sept. 17 to go along with 58 assists... Tallied a career-high 67 assists in the 3-1 loss against Florida International on Sept. 8... Finished the 3-2 loss against Tulsa with a match-high 60 assists, her highest total since her career-high against Florida International ... Finished the year ranked third in the Summit League in assists per game (11.41)... Recorded 30 or more assists in 16 matches.
National American University (2006)
Part of the 2006 NAIA National Championship team... Recorded a perfect 47-0 record... Named to the NAIA All-tournament team in 2006 as well as the all-regional team.
Attended Colegio Oswaldo Cruz.
Full name is Juliane Bittar Vieira... Daughter of Vera Cristina Bittar Vieira and Dorival Jose Vieira... Majoring in health and exercise science with a minor in Spanish... Born February 18, 1986.