Blazers looks to win record seventh C-USA series
Streetman pitches game one shutout
Armstrong, Fletcher hit home runs in 11-1 win on Sunday
Blazers top Hornets in both games of the doubleheader
Blazers out hit their opponents 21-8
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
Played in nearly all of UAB's 59 games at catcher ... drew 57 starts in 58 games played as a sophomore ... earned the first start of her UAB career in the Blazers' season-opener in Mobile ... launched the first home run of her career at Southern Miss and finished the year with three to go along with 14 RBI ... had three two-RBI games on the year ... gunned down ECU's Shelby Johnson in the C-USA opener to end her streak of 17-consecutive stolen bases ... drew 26 walks, hit .235 and finished with a .991 fielding percentage in her first full season as a Blazer.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013)
Made her collegiate debut on Feb. 7 against Hawaii ... recorded her first collegiate hit and RBI in UAB's 11-1 win over Alabama State on March 19 ... finished the season perfect from the field with 12 putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000 ... batted .250 as a freshman in 12 at-bats with three hits and three runs scored ... finished the season with one double, one RBI and two walks.
Attended Bradford County High in Starke, Fla. ... named to second team all-state in 2011...held the single-season HR and RBI records for her high school...named to Gainesville Sun first-team all-area...2011 Offensive MVP in Kissimmee Classic...tied high school record for most doubles her junior year....2010 Miracle Sports 3A 2ndTeam All-State....2010 Florida Times Union First Coast All Area 3rdTeam...2009 Gainesville Sun All Area First Team....2009 First Coast All Area Honorable Mention...2009 Gainesville Sun All Area Honorable Mention for volleyball....also played volleyball, basketball, and golf in high school, and a was a member of the Bradford County High student government.
Full name is Ashley Elizabeth Johnson ... born June 27, 1994 ... daughter of Chuck and Terri Johnson ... majoring in communications.