4 Bryn Asher
4 Bryn Asher
Height: 5-7
Year: Junior
Hometown: Tigard, Ore.
High School: Tigard
Position: Driver
College: 3V

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Recorded four multi-goal games on the season ... scored twice in a 17-4 victory over CS Monterey Bay on Feb. 13 ... netted two goals against the Otters on March 19 in a 15-4 win ... again notched two goals against CS Monterey Bay, this time in an 11-1 win at the Davis Tournament on April 10 ... contributed a goal in a WWWPA First-Round 13-6 victory over CS San Bernardino

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Netted 19 goals and 10 assists... started six matches and saw action in 32 contests.... added 16 steals... scored twice against CS Hayward... added two more at UC Santa Cruz... notched a pair against California... netted one score against Sonoma State at the Slugfest Invitational... netted one goal against Pacific at the Davis Shootout... added one goal at home against Sonoma State... notched three assists against Whittier... led the Broncos in regular season finale, scoring two goals and nabbing five steals at CS Hayward.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Saw action in every match...registered 22 goals on the season... had two three-goals outings, against Division III No. 7 CS Hayward and tNo. 5 La Verne... scored two goals apiece against Division III fourth-ranked UC Santa Cruz, Division III No. 8 CS Hayward, Villanova, and McAlaster.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Tigard (Ore.) High School and played under coach John Rusicka... lead her team to and eighth place finish in the state her junior year while taking team to the playoff s her senior season... received first team All-League her senior year... named MVP her senior season... also lettered in basketball and track for two years each... helped basketball team to an eight place finish in the state... involved in leadership, choir and band... a member of LinkCrew, National Honors Society and Doernbecher Club... named Homecoming Queen.

PERSONAL: Parents are Brian and Susan Asher... has three older siblings... father ran hurdles at Oregon State... brother Jeremy played football for University of Oregon and played for the Washington Redskins... grandfather Bob Paffrath also played professional football Minnesota Gophers and Edmonton Eskimos... played for Chehalem Open-Women's Water Polo Team sophomore through senior year and for Tualatin Hills 18U water polo team her senior year... is a mechanical engineering major and aspires to be either an astronaut or a pediatric surgeon.


Asher's Career Statistics

Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Shot Pct. Steals TO KO Against KO Drawn
2003 38-0 - 22 - - - - - -
2004 32-6 46 19 10 .413 16 15 20 3
Career 70-6 46 41 10 - 16 15 20 3