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Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
City/State: Schwenksville, Pa.
High School: Perkiomen Valley


2007: Started 16 of 20 games played ... netted four goals for eight total points ... tallied two points on four occasions, netting goals vs. William & Mary (Sept. 1), Penn (Oct. 21), Wake Forest (Nov. 1) and James Madison (Nov. 10) ... ranked third on the team in shot percentage with a clip of .267 ... scored one game-winner, coming against William & Mary (Sept. 1) ...

2006: Started 13 of 22 games played ... tallied 13 points on six goals and one assist ... took 13 shots on goal ... ranked third on the team in shot percentage (.214) ... her lone assist of the year came versus Old Dominion (Sept. 17) ... netted two game-winning goals, including one in an NCAA Tournament game versus Ohio State (Nov. 12) ... also scored in the NCAA Tournament semifinals against Wake Forest (Nov. 16) ...

2005: Played in 18 games while making two starts ... collected 10 points off four goals and two assists ... started off her college career with a goal in Duke’s season opener against Louisville ... netted one of only two Duke goals in a win at  rival North Carolina ... added goals against Northwestern and Virginia in the last two games of the regular season ... contributed assists against Iowa and Old Dominion ...

PREP:  Four-year starter at Perkiomen Valley ... led the team to an undefeated season and the PAC-10 championship as a senior ... had 26 goals to earn all-league, all-area and all-state honors in 2004 ... also an all-league and all-area selection as a junior ...led the High Styx indoor U-16 and U-19 teams to four top-five finished in the past three years ... finished first in the Gold Division at the 2004 Keystone Indoor Games ... placed first in the U-19 Pool B at the 2005 National Indoor Tournament ... led the High Styx Stampede to a first place finish at the 2003 National Hockey Festival ... team finished second at the 2004 National Hockey Festival ... toured Holland with the USA Futures Elite U-19 team in 2004 and 2005 ... placed sixth at the International Youth Hockey Festival in Australia in 2004 ... three-year participant in the USFHA Futures program ... 2003 AAU Junior Olympics selection ... an accomplished indoor and outdoor track athlete as well ... earned all-state honors in indoor track ... had top-five finishes at the PAC-10 Outdoor Championships in the 400 meters and 200 meters ... won the district championship in the distance medley relay in 2004 ... also won a silver medal in the 4 x 800 relay at the Eastern States Championship ...

PERSONAL:  Born April 23, 1987 ... the daughter of Vince and Linda Pultorak ... favorites include Tastycakes, One Fine Day, The Color Purple,  Yellowcard and John LeClaire ... dream job would be to replace Vanna White on Wheel of Fortune ...

COACH’S QUOTE: “Ashley made the decision that ‘more is better’ so she expanded her skill beyond the attack position. It just makes her strength, speed and drive that much more lethal.”

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