2014 (Fr.): Saw action in 30 games with 24 starts at catcher ... Hit .229 with a double, home run, eight RBI and five runs ... Had three sac bunts and a sac fly ... Threw out five would-be base stealers and picked off three runners ... Saw action in 15 of 16 A-10 games with 14 starts where she hit .289 with six RBI and two runs ... Had two multi-hit games with both coming on March 15 at the USF Spring Break Tournament in Clearwater, Fla. ... Went 2-for-3 against Seton Hall and followed with a 2-for-4, two run, one RBI effort against Butler ... Also hit her only double of the year against the Bulldogs ... Hit a grand slam in the fourth inning that broke a 2-2 tie and proved to be the difference in a 6-2 win over Dayton (4/5) ... Had a sacrifice fly in the second game of the DH sweep of Dayton that tied the game at 2-2 in the Minutewomen's 5-run fourth that they won 5-2 ... In a span of 11 games from April 12-29, she compiled hitting streaks of four and five games.
Paul VI Catholic High School:
Four-year letter winner at Paul VI Catholic HS in Fairfax, Va. for coach E.J. Thomas ... Starting catcher for three seasons and shortstop as a sophomore ... Four-time First Team All-State by the Virginia Independent Schools and All-Conference selection ... Also nabbed First Team All-Met in 2012 and Second Team in 2011 from the Washington Post ... 2013 Team MVP and Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Player of the Year Runner-up ... Career stats include a .441 batting avg., 109 RBI and 82% of base runners thrown out ... She hit .441 during her senior year with 29 RBI, while throwing out 85% of would-be base stealers, picking off 13 runners and not allowing a passed ball ... Has played travel ball for the Vienna Stars and coach Tony Rollins for the past nine years ... Also played freshman basketball.
Full name is Ashton Riley Wince ... Born on Feb. 21, 1995 in Topeka, Kan. ... Daughter of Gay and Dennis Wince ... Psychology major ... Attended the 2010 Junior National Honor Society LEAD Conference.