|2 Ashley Quick|
As A Junior (2005)
Played in 68 games during his initial season at ECU with 66 starts at third base ... Completed the season with a .218 batting average with two home runs and 13 RBIs .. Finished fourth on the team in stolen bases (10), stolen base attempts (11) and sacrifice bunts (9) ... Totaled five multi-hit games and two multi-RBI games ... Drove in four runs in the win over Rutgers ... Collected three hits in games against Rutgers and Saint Louis ... Went 3-for-4 with a double and home run against Rutgers.
Led Chipola in hitting as a sophomore with a .354 batting average and collected a team-best 46 hits and scored 29 runs ... Team's second-leading run producer with 29 RBIs ... Earned first team all-conference accolades as a sophomore ... Earned all-freshman team and second team all-conference honors as a rookie ... Led the team in hitting as a freshman with a .369 batting average ... Two-time academic all-conference player.
Named Peoria Journal Star Athlete of the Year in 2002 ... Named team's top defensive player four times ... Two-time recipient of the team's best offensive player award ... Led team to regional championship ... Two-time all-conference performer ... 2002 Team MVP ... Three-year letterman on the volleyball team and four-year letterman on the basketball squad ... Earned second team all-conference honors in basketball as a junior ... Scored over 1,450 points during her career.
Born Ashley Alexis Quick on December 25, 1983 ... Daughter of Randy Quick and Pam Rosenberg ... Has one older sister, Courtney ... Academic major is business with a concentration in marketing.