Ashley Cottrell
Ashley  Cottrell


Sterling Heights, Mich.

High School:
Lawrence Academy





Women's Hockey Travels To RPI For Tuesday Game

The Friars open up the second half of the season with a non-conference contest.


Women's Hockey Falls 3-1 In Exhibition Game Against The Boston Blades

Senior Beth Hanrahan scored for the Friars.


Women's Hockey Host Exhibition Game Against Boston Blades

Beth Hanrahan led the Friars in the first half of the season with eight goals and five assists.


Women's Hockey Opens Season With Exhibition Game

The Friars will be competing against the Montreal Stars of the CWHL.


Four Former Women's Hockey Players Selected In CWHL

All four former Friars were selected by the Boston Blades.

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011-12...Played in all 37 games...Became the 32nd player in program history to reach the 100-point milestone when she scored against Northeastern in the Hockey East semifinals...Named Hockey East Sportsmanship Award winner...Named Hockey East Player of the Week (2/6)...Finished the season second on the team in scoring with 28 points...Led team with 16 goals scored...Led team and tied for second in Hockey East with three shorthanded goals...Tied for second on team with four game-winning goals...Tallied her first career hat trick at #4 Boston College (2/4) while matching a career high with four points...Finished the season with a rating of +12...Played in 19 conference games with 16 points on 10 goals and six assists...2010-11...Played in 35 games...tied for second on team with 13 goals...added seven assists to finish with 20 points...Played in 21 conference games, totaling 11 points on 10 goals and one assists...Contributed a point in five straight games (11/20-12/4)...Scored the game-winning goal with 59 seconds remaining to earn Mayor's Cup victory over Brown (11/26)...2009-10... Led the team and set career highs with 14 goals, 17 assists and 31 points in 35 games... Became the first player to lead the team in both goals and assists since 2003-04... Ranked third in Hockey East with 22 points in conference play (10 G, 12 A)... Recorded a seven-game point streak (11/6/09-11/28/09) with four goals and eight assists... Registered two four-game goal-scoring streaks (11/8/09-11/20/09, 10/2/09-10/10/09))... Named Hockey East Player of the Week (11/16/09)... Named a Hockey East First-Team All-Star... Ranked second on the team with a +7 mark on the plus/minus scale... 2008-09... Played in all 36 games for Providence as a freshman... Scored 21 points on five goals and 16 assists... Led the freshman class with 16 assists... Finished sixth overall in scoring amongst all Hockey East freshmen... Recorded her first goal with a short-handed game-winning strike against Colgate (10/11)... Had a four-game (10/26-11/8) and six-game point streak (12/05-1/10)... Registered a conference-high four assists in one game at Robert Morris (11/8)... Tied for second on the team with a +7 mark on the plus/minus scale.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Earned three varsity letters for Henry Ford II and Lawrence Academy in Field Hockey, Golf, and Ice Hockey... Her last year with the Little Caesars she scored 117 points on 56 goals and 61 assists in 70 games... Earned the 2008 Justine Pellman Award... Was the 2008 overall winner of the skills competition at the National Championships... Member of the 2008 U.S. U18 Team that defeated Canada to win the gold medal... Honored as "Player of the Game" at the U18 World Championships for a 5-point game against Switzerland... Helped lead her high school to four state championship titles... Helped lead Assabet Valley U19's to win the National Tournament in 2006... Helped lead the Little Caesars U19 team to a second place finish at the 2008 National Tournament... Played for former Friar great Laurie Baker-Mutch at Lawrence Academy in 2006... Four-year honor roll member.

NAME: Ashley Cottrell
FAMILY: Daughter of Roger and Pam Cottrell. Has one brother, Kyle
MAJOR: Management

Career Statistics YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 08-09 36 5 16 21 8/16 2 1 2 HE 21 3 8 11 4/8 2 0 1 09-10 35 14 17 31 7/14 4 0 2 HE 21 10 12 22 4/8 3 0 1 10-11 35 13 7 20 6/12 0 1 3 HE 21 10 1 11 2/4 0 1 0 11-12 31 16 12 28 7/14 1 3 3 HE 19 10 6 16 4/8 1 2 1

Total 137 48 52 100 28/56 7 5 10 HE 82 33 21 44 10/20 5 1 2

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