The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.
2012 (Junior) Started and played all 20 games Scooped up a career-high four ground balls at Louisville Won three draw controls in back-to-back games; vs. No. 6 Notre Dame andat Louisville Also had three caused turnovers vs. the Cardinals
2011 (Sophomore) Started all but two games at defense Picked up three ground balls against Georgetown to match her career-high Played in 18 games with 16 ground balls, 3 draw controls, and 8 caused turnovers.
2010 (Freshman) Started on defense in all 18 games in her freshman season with the Greyhounds One of just five Greyhounds to record double digits in ground balls (21), draw controls (14) and caused turnovers (21) Her 21 caused turnovers were fourth on the squad, while her 14 draw controls were fifth Had seven games with at least two caused turnovers and had one in all but five games Started in her collegiate debut at Penn State and recorded a pair of draws, one ground ball and one caused turnover Scored her first collegiate point, an assist at Denver (3/3) Also picked two ground balls, a draw control and two caused turnovers Recorded season-highs with three ground balls, two draws and three caused turnovers in the victory over Delaware (3/9) Matched season-highs with three more ground balls in a win vs. Cincinnati (Apr. 3) and in regular season finale at Georgetown (4/28) Caused two turnovers, and picked a pair of ground balls and a draw in the BIG EAST Semifinals (5/6)
High School Represented East Rochester and the North team in the 2009 Under Armour All-American Game where she caused a game-high three turnovers and picked up a pair of ground balls Five-year letterwinner and helped her team win the New York Section V title in 2007 Squad also reached the sectional semifinals as a senior Two-time first-team all-state and three-time first-team all-county selection Recorded 31 goals, 22 assists and 41 groundballs as a senior All-State field hockey and all-county basketball student-athlete Also a decorated field hockey, earning all-state honors twice and was named first-team all-county in four straight seasons Named her section's Player of the Year as a senior
Personal Ashley Ann Moulton Daughter of John and Diane Moulton The youngest of five children: Brett, Kelly, Nathan and Jenna Jenna played lacrosse at the University of Connecticut Intends to major in Elementary Education