|| Ashley Joelson
Owned a 3-3 fall singles record ... Took third place in the Flight-IV Draw at the Duals in the Desert Tournament in Palm Desert, Calif. ... Also reached the second round of singles at the ITA West Regionals ... Teamed with Yasmin Schnack to win three qualifying matches and eventually reach the main draw at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships ... Also teamed with Stephanie Wetmore to reach the second round at the ITA West Regionals.
Ended the season with a 15-15 overall singles record ... Was 12-8 in dual matches playing mostly at the No. 4 position (6-8) ... Had three ranked wins on the year ... Highest ranked win came over No. 43 Tinesta Rowe of Fresno State ... Owned a 21-9 overall doubles record ... Teamed mostly with Alex McGoodwin, going 4-2 at the No. 2 spot and 4-1 at the No. 3 position ... Season was cut short due to injury ... Played her last match of the season in a 5-2 win over USC on April 18 ... Listed at No. 81 in singles and No. 12 in doubles (w/Alex McGoodwin) in the Preseason ITA Rankings ... Advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles at the Wilson/ITA West Regionals.
Ended the season ranked No. 112 in singles and No. 32 in doubles (w/McGoodwin) in the Final ITA Rankings ... Earned NCAA All-Tournament honors with McGoodwin at No. 2 doubles ... Defeated No. 96 Whitney Deason of Stanford, 6-7(4), 6-1, 6-3 at No. 4 singles, clinching a 4-2 upset over the No. 1 Cardinal in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament ... Ended the season with a 20-16 overall singles record ... Played primarily at the No. 4 position, going 6-7 ... Was also 4-0 at No. 2 and 6-2 at No. 3 ... Went 14-8 in doubles with McGoodwin at the No. 2 position ... The duo was 4-0 during NCAA Tournament play ... Also advanced to the quarterfinals at the Pac-10 Championships ... Listed at No. 67 in singles and No. 59 in doubles (w/Tracy Lin) in the Preseason Fila/ITA Rankings ... Advanced to the semifinals at the Wilson/ITA West Regionals ... Also advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles (w/Elizabeth Lumpkin) at the Wilson/ITA West Regionals.
Ended the season listed at No. 91 in the Final Fila/ITA Singles Rankings ... Finished the year with a 32-11 overall singles record ... Posted a 17-5 mark in dual-match play, seeing most of her time at the Nos. 4 and 5 positions ... Registered five ranked wins on the season ... Highest-ranked win came against No. 50 Rebecca Rankin of ASU on Feb. 25 ... Captured the singles title at the Pac-10 Invitational in Ojai, downing Stanford's Jessica Nguyen, 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 ... Ended the season with a seven-match winning streak, winning all three of her matches during the NCAA Team Championships ... Posted a 19-10 overall doubles record ... Teamed mostly with Tracy Lin at the No. 3 spot, going 16-6 overall ... The duo reached the semifinals at the Pac-10 Invitational ... Teamed with Lin to record a 15-5 mark in dual-match play ... Began the year ranked No. 99 in the Fila/ITA Singles Rankings (Jan. 10) ... Posted an 8-3 mark in fall singles action ... Won the first five matches of her collegiate career, advancing through pre-qualifying and into the qualifying draw at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships ... Advanced to the quarterfinals at the Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas ... Reached the second round of singles and the round of 16 in doubles (w/Laura Gordon) at the Wilson/ITA West Regionals.
Did not play high school tennis ... Attended the John Newcombe Tennis Academy in New Braunfels, Texas ... Listed as the No. 1 player in the country in the USTA Girls' 18s Singles Rankings in 2004 ... Captured the girls' 18s singles title at the 2004 Easter Bowl, defeating Audra Cohen (Northwestern) in the final ... Downed Lindsey Nelson (USC) in the semifinals ... Advanced to the quarterfinals at the Girls' 16s Super National Hard Courts in 2003 ... Finished third at the USTA Girls' 18s Winter Super Nationals in 2003 ... Top 10 player in Texas since the age of 12.
Full name is Ashley Marie Joelson ... Born November 13, 1986 in Seattle ... Daughter of Brian and Teresa Joelson ... Has two brothers, Brett and Andrew ... Brett played tennis at Texas A&M.