Ashley started playing club volleyball at the age of 11 at Gulf Coast Juniors Volleyball in Pinellas County and has been coaching since 2005.
Upon entering high school, she started on Varsity as a freshman and by her senior year, led the county in kills with 265 and helped lead Seminole High to 3 straight Regional Playoff Appearances.
As one of the top recruits for the c/o 2005, she earned many Division I scholarship offers, but ultimately decided to continue her career at Winthrop University where she would earn a starting spot as an Opposite. She then went on to play for Florida Southern College (2006 – 2010) where she earned multiple accolades:
- AVCA All-American (2006, 2007 & 2010)
- AVCA D-II National Player of the Week (2006)
- AVCA 1st Team All-South Region (2006, 2007 & 2010)
- Daktronics 1st Team All-South Region (2006 & 2007)
- NCAA South Regional All-Tournament Team (2006 & 2007)
- West Florida All-Tournament Team (2007)
- Premier Challenge All-Tournament Team (2006)
- All SSC 1st & 2nd Team (2006 & 2007)
- Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week
- Sunshine State Conference Commission’s Honor Roll
Ashley graduated with a Bachelor’s degree with a double major in Physical Education and Human Movement & Performance.
Currently she is the Varsity Head Coach at Osceola High School.