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    Ashley Phillips
    Ashley Phillips

    Class:
    Graduated

    Hometown:
    Amherst, N.H.

    High School:
    Souhegan

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    D

    Major:
    Pre-Vet

    Ahmed

    Last updated on June 4, 2014

    Fresno State:

    2014 (Senior): Started every game for the third consecutive season ... captain on this year's squad as a leading defender ... finished first on the team with 11 caused turnovers and fifth on the squad with 15 groundballs ... recorded a career-high five groundballs against California on April 15 which ranks tied for fourth in the Fresno State record book ... named Defender of the Year at the end of the year team banquet.

    2013 (Junior): Started in all 15 games of her junior season ... finished the year with 13 groundballs ... finished second on the team with nine caused turnovers ... recorded a season-high three caused turnovers against St. Mary's.

    2012 (Sophomore): Started every game ... won 20 ground balls and a draw control ... caused four turnovers ... recorded four ground balls against Denver ... named Defender of the Year at the end of the year team banquet.

    2011 (Freshman): Played in 12 games and started in one.

    High School: Three year letter winner in lacrosse ... as a sophomore helped her team to an 18-0 record and the Division I State championship ... started every game in 2009 and 2010 ... was the 2010 lacrosse and field hockey captain ... also earned team MVP while leading the team in groundballs and caused turnovers ... named to the Union Leader All-State team as a defender ... Telegraph Spring All-Star first-team ... earned the Coaches Award in 2009 and the Sportsmanship Award in 2010.

    Personal: Born November 27, 1991 ... parents are David and Susan Phillips ... has three brothers, David, Matt and Jimmy ... hobbies and interests include being with friends, swimming, hiking and being with her dog ... admires her parents because of their love and selfless service ... attending Fresno State because of the desire to be a part of building the lacrosse program.

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