AS A JUNIOR IN 2002:
Played 1134:55 in 19 games ... Made 11 starts ... Tallied 114 saves ... Recorded a .722 save percentage ... Allowed 2.71 goals per game ... Posted a shutout against Rhode Island on Nov. 2 ... Recorded a career-high 26 saves against Michigan State ... Stopped 13 shots on goal against Dartmouth ... Tallied 11 saves against Maryland and Northeastern ... Named to both the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and the UMass Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2001:
Started all 21 games ... Posted an 11-10 record, including a 6-0 mark in Atlantic 10 Conference action ... Recorded four consecutive conference shutouts (10/14-10/21) ... Compiled a .940 save percentage and 0.43 goals against average in A-10 play, which ranked first in the conference ... Made 144 saves to rank 15th in the nation ... Recorded a .783 save percentage on the season ... Her 1.87 goals against average overall was fourth-best in the conference ... Two-time A-10 Player of the Week recipient ... Made a career-high 16 saves in a 6-1 loss to Old Dominion in the NCAA first round ... Stopped 15 shots in a 2-0 shutout of West Chester ... Recorded 12 saves in games against Michigan, Richmond and West Chester ... Stopped 10 shots in a game against Connecticut ... Made eight saves in a game versus Syracuse ... Named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic squad ... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and UMass Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000:
Named a NFHCA Academic All-American ... Played in one game, making one save in 13 minutes of play ... Named to the UMass Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Played for Karen Anderson at Ilion Central (N.Y.) High School ... Team captain her senior year ... Guided team to the 1999 Section III-Class C championship ... Named defensive MVP as a senior ... Received the Scholar-Athlete award.
Ashley Marissa Egland ... Daughter of Raymond and Debra Egland ... Born June 3, 1982 ... Sport Management major.
Ashley Egland's Career Statistics