2002 — Saw significant playing time in every game... Scored two goals in a 14-5 victory over Cal Baptist and two goals against Hawaii in a 17-5 victory... Scored a goal in the MPSF title game that gave the Bruins a 6-5 lead over Stanford in a game they would win 11-7... Scored two goals in an 11-2 victory over Loyola Marymound in the NCAA semifinals.
Off-Season (2001) - Won a gold medal with the US Junior National team at the fourth FINA Junior Women’s World Championships...Scored a goal against Russia in the semi-final game and against Canada to advance to the quarter finals.
2001 – Scored a goal in the NCAA Championship win over Stanford…Had a season-high three goals against UC Santa Barbara…Scored a pair of goals against San Jose State, Stanford and Long Beach State…Ended the season with a total of 16 goals.
2000 — Finished sixth on the team with 28 goals on 51 attempts … Her 55% shooting from the field was good for fourth on the squad … Fourth on the team with 30 steals and tied for second with six field saves … Notched a goal in 20 out of the team’s 35 games … Recorded a four-game scoring streak from Feb. 5 to Feb. 12 … Scored a season-high four goals against San Jose State on Feb. 12 … Netted a hat trick versus Pacific on April 7 … Contributed to the Bruins’ National Championship victory with a goal against USC.
High School — Lettered in water polo and swimming at Capistrano Valley HS … Named CIF Division I Player of the Year, Los Angeles Times Player of the Year and Orange County Register Player of the Year in 1999 … Captured league MVP honors in 1998 and ’99 … Garnered Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register first-team accolades in 1998 … As a member of the Junior National Team, competed in the NorAms from 1995-97 and the World Championships in 1999.?
Personal — Full name is Ashley E. Stachowski …?Born January 26, 1981 in Mission Viejo … Enjoys water polo because it allows travel to distant places and because it is an intense sport … Hobbies include singing, dancing, hiking and camping …?Psychology major.
Year GS Att % 2000 28 51 55 2001 16 43 37 2002 10 23 44 Totals 54 117 46