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Ashton Rossi


San Diego, Calif.

High School:
Cathedral Catholic



Government and Law

Ashton  Rossi

2008: Saw playing time in 63 games...totaled 231 assists (3.67 apg), 29 service aces (0.46 sa/g) and 89 digs (1.41 dpg)...had team-high and season-high 25 assists with two service aces and 10 digs against Columbia (9/13)...recorded 19 assists and five service aces in 3-0 victory against Quinnipiac(9/13)...followed that performance with 20 assists, two service aces and season-high 14 digs in 3-2 win over Manhattan (9/17)...recorded seven service aces in 3-0 win against Coppin State (9/3).

2007: Saw playing time in 29 games...totaled 179 assists (6.17 apg), 21 kills (0.723 kpg) and 36 digs (1.24 dpg) on the season...opened the season with 22 assists against St. Peter's (8/31)...had four digs and 16 assists against Kutztown (9/5)...led the team with a season-best 43 assists against Harvard (9/14)...recorded 23 assists against Princeton (9/19)...saw playing time against Bucknell (10/19)...had 10 assists in 3-0 shutout of Wagner (10/24)...finished with eight assists and five digs against East Stroudsburg (11/6).

2006: Tallied 57 kills in 21 matches...recorded 59 digs on the season...had five kills and five digs against Georgia Southern in first game of the season (9/1)...had a match-high 33 assists against Southeast Louisiana (9/2)...recorded another 33 assists in 3-2 comeback win over LaSalle (9/13)...posted a season-best 45 assists in 3-0 win against Delaware State (9/14) and also added in five kills...finished with 39 assists and six digs against Navy (9/23)...had a team-best 34 assists in 3-1 defeat of NJIT (10/4)...saw playing time in Patriot League Tournament game against American (11/17).

High School: Played for Cathedral Catholic team that set the record for any sports team in San Diego with seven consecutive CIF titles...was named to the Western League First Team (2004, 2005)...MVP and captain of her high school team that made a run to the 2005 Southern California Semi-Finals...First-Team All-CIF for second straight year...played eight years with the nationally ranked Coast Volleyball Club that qualified for the USA Junior Olympic National Tournament...also participated in water polo.