AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006: Started 54 games and played in 56 ... went 3-for-3 against San Jose State on Apr. 26, earning three RBIs and scoring one run ... blasted in seven RBIs on two doubles and a home run in a two game series with St. Mary's on May 7 ... Posted 25 RBIs on the season ... Batted .243.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Started eight games at third base ... went 2-for-3 against San Francisco State in collegiate debut ... batted .211 and posted four hits ... season was shortened due to illness.
HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Tami Storseth Mahler at Redmond High School in Redmond, Wash ... a two-time team captain ... led the squad to the playoffs all three seasons ... a two-time All-Kingco League honoree ... also named to the All-Eastside First Team ... named the team's MVP as a sophomore, and earned Most Inspirational honors as a junior and a senior ... set prep career record for most triples and run scored ... posted a .983 fielding percentage as a senior, while batting .350 ... participated on the LadyHawks Gold travel team, and was coached by father, Roger Blier ... hit .350 to lead the LadyHawks Gold to a 17th-place finish in the 2003 ASA Gold Nationals ... placed third at the 2003 Canada Cup Futures tournament ... hit .320 at 2004 Gold Nationals and held a .986 fielding percentage ... a member of the Honors Society, Young Life and Key Club.
PERSONAL: Full name is Ashley Lynn Blier ... parents are Roger and Terri Blier ... father was a catcher at San Diego State, while grandfather played football at Washington State ... has one sister, Lauren ... major is undeclared liberal studies.
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