In June, Ashland University senior first baseman Kylie Asmus was one of a record 585 nominees for the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award. On Monday (July 29), Asmus was named one of 149 conference-level honorees for the Woman of the Year honor after conference offices reviewed all nominees from their member schools.
Closing out an impressive 2018-19 Ashland University academic season, 84 Eagles earned spring academic laurels from the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, as announced by the conference on Thursday (June 13) morning.
It happens every August – coaches and student-athletes begin the path toward a new season, and members of athletic departments prep themselves for the nine-month marathon which is the new academic year. It happens every June – coaches, student-athletes and members of athletic departments begin their summers following a reflection of the season that just concluded.
Ashland University junior designated player Dayna Denner continues to earn postseason plaudits, as she was named 2019 second-team All-America by the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) on Wednesday (May 22) afternoon.
On Day 1 of the 2019 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, Ashland University’s softball team went 0-2 in the double-elimination tourney, losing 2-0 to Wayne State and 6-4 against Purdue Northwest.
What lies ahead for Ashland University’s softball team as the 2019 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament is set for Friday-Sunday (May 3-5) at Sports Force Parks in Sandusky, Ohio, is this:
On the eve of the 2019 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, seven Ashland University softball players were named to the 2019 All-GLIAC Softball Team, the GLIAC announced on Thursday (May 2) night.
Ashland University’s student-athletes will start Finals Week in a few short hours. Prior to that, however, hundreds of Eagles had the chance to dress up and reflect on the 2018-19 athletic year at the fourth ASHPY awards on Sunday (April 28) night in the Upper Convocation Center.
The nine seniors on Ashland University’s softball team went out as regular-season winners on Saturday (April 27) at Baldwin Wallace University, earning a 7-3 victory in Game 2 of its Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader vs. Purdue Northwest.
The end of the 2018-19 Ashland University athletic year is approaching, and with that, the fourth annual ASHPY Awards, presented by AU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, will be Sunday (April 28) at 7 p.m. in the Upper Convocation Center.
Ashland University’s softball team’s quest to make it back to the NCAA Division II postseason for the first time in four years got a boost following Wednesday’s (April 24) release of the second set of Midwest Region rankings.
Looking for a spot in the NCAA Division II postseason, as well as positioning for the 2019 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, Ashland University’s softball team swept its doubleheader on Tuesday (April 23) vs. Parkside at Brookside Park, 9-1 in six innings and 7-0.
After losing 4-2 in the opener of its Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader at Ferris State on Monday (April 22), Ashland University’s softball team came back for the split with a 3-1 victory in Game 2.
One of the biggest hallmarks of success is consistency. Ashland University senior first baseman Kylie Asmus has been the picture of consistency – both on the field and in the classroom – in her three seasons with the Eagle softball program.
Kicking off a 10-game road trip over an eight-day stretch on Saturday (April 13) afternoon, Ashland University’s softball team lost both games of a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader at Wayne State, 7-0 and 2-0.