22 - Ashley McCauley
Ashley McCauley
Height: 5-7
Year: Junior
Hometown: Rye, N.Y.
High School: Rye
Position: F
Coach Stuper: "Our most talented and experienced forward, Ashley knows how to cleanly eliminate her opponent and score goals. As a standout basketball point guard, she knows how to assist as well. Ashley contributed immensely to our prowess in the circle in 2007, which will no doubt continue in 2008." Notes: American studies major ... Participated in 2008 American Cancer Society Relay for Life ... Member of Ezra Stiles College. 2007: Second team All-Ivy League ... ZAG/NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree ... Second in NCAA in goals per game (15 in 17 games, 0.88) and sixth in NCAA in points per game (35 in 17 games, 2.06) ... Point total tied for fourth on Yale's single-season record list and goal total was fifth ... Second biggest season-to-season goal improvement (+15) and point improvement (+34) in the history of Yale field hockey, trailing only Anne Keating '77 (two goals and five points in 1975, 23 goals (assist total not available) in 1976) ... Led Ivy League in goals and points ... womensfieldhockey.com honor roll selection after scoring three goals, including the game-winner, and adding an assist in 7-0 win over Fairfield ... ECAC Player of the Week and Ivy League Player of the Week after scoring four goals and adding an assist in 5-2 win over Sacred Heart ... Had 25 points (11 goals, three assists) in a six-game span Sept. 14 through Sept. 30 ... Scored a goal in four straight games Oct. 14 through Oct. 30 ... Scored her first career goal in 6-2 win at Hofstra, part of a four-goal day that also included the game-winning goal ... Two-time Ivy League weekly honor roll selection ... Earned Major Y. 2006: NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree ... Made debut at UConn and went on to appear in 14 games, earning three starts ... Made first career start vs. Quinnipiac ... Had first career point (an assist) in season finale at Brown, a 3-1 win ... Earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week Nov. 6 ... Earned Major Y. Why Yale? I love the team, people and atmosphere
Favorite food: Frozen yogurt
Favorite place at Yale: Bookstore café, TD
Where I would like to travel: Thailand, Greece
I want to learn to: Speak Spanish fluently
Best Yale field hockey moment: Tailgates in the field house after games
Sports Hero: My brother, Jake
I would like to spend a day with: Charles Barkley and Victoria Beckham

Overall

Ivy League

GP

GS

G

A

PTS

G

A

PTS

2006

14

3

0

1

1

0

1

1

2007 17 17 15 5 35 2 1 5

Career

31

20

15

6

36

2

2

6

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