Ashley Paschall 44
Ashley  Paschall

Annapolis, Md.

High School:
Archbishop Spaulding



2007: Played in all 17 games, starting VU's final nine contests... Scored goals against Duquesne, California, Ohio State and Cornell... Notched multiple points versus both Duquesne and California... Picked up multiple ground balls in four contests... Sixth on the team in draw controls... Credited with the game-winning goal in VU's 10-0 victory over conference rival Ohio State.

2006: Started 11 of the 12 games she played in 2006... Contributed 9 goals and 1 assist to the Vanderbilt offense... Led the Commodores in shooting percentage, scoring her 9 goals in only 12 shots for a 75%-success rate... Scored two goals in her final game of the year (vs. Ohio), before missing VU's last four contests... Connected on her only free-position attempt of the year (vs. New Hampshire)... Picked up 18 ground balls and 11 draw controls... Personal-best 4 ground balls came against Virginia... Season-high 3 draw controls vs. Penn State.

2005: Played a reserve role in 14 games... Scored seven points on three goals and four assists... Point and assist totals were second for freshmen... Scored first collegiate goal in 10-9 win over Notre Dame... Contributed a two-point performance against North Carolina on one goal and an assist... Added three assists against league-rival Davidson... Recorded personal bests in ground balls (3), draw controls (3) and caused turnovers (2) against the Wildcats... Tied for fifth on the team with six caused turnovers.

High School: Four-year varsity starter for the Cavaliers... Member of squad that won 2003 IAAM B-Division championship... Captained team that earned a second finals berth the following year... Earned All-America honors in 2004... Two-time Academic All-American... Earned All-County honors from numerous publications... Member of the National Honor Society... Also lettered in field hockey and track... Won Galaxy National Championship with Chesapeake Club in 2003.

Personal: Ashley Louise Paschall... Born May 22, 1986 in Washington, D.C.... Daughter of Judy and Paul... Majoring in human and organizational development... Five-time Dean's List honoree... Named to the SEC and IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.

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