Sophomore Kayla Johnson recorded a team-high six kills.
Freshman Abbie Trzeciak led the Friars with seven kills.
Sophomore Kayla Johnson recorded a career-high 22 kills.
The Friars will hold Senior Day on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. at Alumni Hall.
Sophomore Kayla Johnson powered the Friars with 18 kills.
As a Senior: Played in 32 matches, starting 19 ... Finished second on the team in digs with 241 (2.27 per set) ... Had a season-high 17 digs against The Citadel on Aug. 30 ... Reached double-digit digs in 10 matches.As a Junior: Played in all 32 matches, appearing in 109 sets out of 110 ... Had 221 digs, 24 kills and six service aces ... Had a season-high five kills at UMass-Lowell on Oct. 13 ... Registered a season-high 16 digs vs. Stony Brook on Nov. 17. As a Sophomore: Saw action in all 31 matches ... Finished second on the team in digs (219) and fourth in kills (171) ... Recorded two double-doubles versus Brown on Sept. 12 (10k, 11d) and Hartford on Nov. 11 (13k, 16d) ... Registered double-digit kills on three occasions and double-digit digs eight times ... Set career-highs in kills (13; Hartford, Nov. 11) and digs (18; Loyola (Md.), Aug. 31). As a Freshman: Saw action in 28 matches ... Recorded 64 kills and five service aces ... Finished fifth on the team in digs (138) ... Set a career-high in kills (12) against UMBC on Nov. 13 and a career high in digs (12) against New Hampshire on Oct. 30 ... Recorded first career double-double (kills/digs) against UMBC on Nov. 13.
At Whitfield School: Played volleyball for Whitfield School ... Earned four varsity letters in volleyball, three in soccer, and two in basketball ... Led her team to three district volleyball titles ... Two-time All-Conference and All-District player ... Nominated for the STL Metro Skippy Keefer Award for sportsmanship and named Whitfield Female Athlete of the Year her senior year ... Becomes the first Whitfield volleyball player to play NCAA Division I volleyball ... Played club volleyball for St. Louis High Performance ... Made the Deans' List and President's Honors throughout high school.
Personal: Born January 23, 1993 ... From St. Louis, Mo. ... Daughter of Sandy and Craig Ashmore ... Mother, Sandy, played both basketball and softball at the University of Connecticut ... Has one sister, Sarah, who is a sophomore at Boston College, and one brother, Ryan ... Health Policy Management major.
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