Career at Tulsa: Has played in 47 games with 39 starts ... has 112 career at-bats and her career batting average is .304, slugging percentage is .509 and on-base percentage is .325 ... her .989 fielding percentage is fifth in TU history.
Junior (2009): Missed the entire season recovering from an injury.
Sophomore (2008): Missed most of the season due to an injury ... played in 10 games, starting five - four at catcher and one at designated player ... in 17 at bats, she recorded seven hits, one RBI, one run scored and two doubles, and also recorded 19 putouts.
Freshman (2007): Played in 37 games, including 34 starts ... saw action mostly as a catcher with 27 starts behind the plate, also had seven starts as the designated player ... hit two home runs in TU's 2-0 victory over then-No. 5 OU, handing the Sooners their first loss of the season after a 23-0 start ... posted five home runs on the season and a .505 slugging percentage ... threw out eight runners from her catcher position, the second-most ever by a TU freshman ... posted eight multiple hit games, including three 2-for-2 performances ... recorded two RBI in four contests, including the OU game where she scored a season-high two runs as well ... reached double-figures in putouts with 11 against UAB (3/10) ... had a five-game hitting streak during the season.
High School: Was a three-time letterwinner at Saint Mary's High School ... twice earned first-team all-league honors for the Rams, in addition to being named the Tri-City Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... batted .413 as a junior with a slugging percentage of .603 ... also recorded eight steals and committed only two errors in more than 200 defensive chances ... played summer ball for the California Odyssey and the Running Rebels.
Personal: Born Ashlee Renee Lubniewski on May 30, 1989 in Stockton, Calif. ... daughter of Andrew and Sarah Lubniewski ... has two sisters ... her biggest sports thrill was defeating No. 5 Oklahoma at home her freshman year ... chose her jersey number because 18 is her favorite number ... favorite professional athlete is Paul Pierce of the NBA's Boston Celtics ... hobbies include listening to music and writing ... the best advice she ever received is: "Talent is God-given: be humble. Conceit is self-given: be careful." ... her advice to youngsters is: "Do what you love and love what you do. That's always most important." ... volunteered at the Boys & Girls Club during one summer ... craziest ambition is to be a songwriter one day ... dream as a child was to be a magazine editor ... major is communication.
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