8 Ashley Stoder
8 Ashley Stoder
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Silver Spring, Md.
High School: Good Counsel
Position: M/A

2010: Saw action in all 18 games and made 13 starts… Ranked third on the team with 33 goals and fourth with 37 points… Scored at least one goal in 16 of 18 games on the season, including nine straight from Feb. 27-April 3, as well as the final five contests of the year… Ranked fourth on the team with 18 draw controls to go along with four assists, 14 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers… Tallied 10 free-position goals on the year, tied for the second-most on the team… Ranked third in the America East with three game-winning goals and eighth with 4.83 shots per game… Posted 11 multi-goal efforts on the season, including four hat tricks, and had 14 multi-point performances… Won four draw controls at George Mason… Scored a career-high four goals at No. 17 Towson and Binghamton and was named America East Player of the Game against the Bearcats… Tallied the game-winner in back-to-back contests against Fresno Stateand Monmouth… Notched hat tricks against Fresno State and in the America East title game againstBoston University… Scored five goals in two games at the America East Championships.

2009: Named to the America East All-Conference Second Team… Scored at least one goal in 15 of 17 games on the season, including 14 straight from Feb. 25-April 17, and ranked third on the team with 25 goals… Also added three assists for 28 points… Ranked second on the Retrievers with 21 draw controls… Picked up 18 ground balls and caused 13 turnovers… Tallied six free-position goals on the season, second-most on the team… Saw action in all 17 games and made 10 starts… Scored her first career goal in the season opener against Howard… Notched hat tricks against Holy Cross, Old Dominion and Le Moyne… Scored the game-winner and added two assists against the Dolphins for a career-high five points… Posted seven multi-goal games on the season… Picked up a career-high three ground balls against Vermont… Won a career-best five draw controls against Loyola… Caused a career-high three turnovers against Holy Cross and Stony Brook… Recognized on the America East Academic Honor Roll.

2008: Saw action in 10 games for the Retrievers… First career point was an assist against Vermont… Also tallied a helper against Howard.

Background: An All-American as a senior and the 2007 WCAC Player of the Year… Also an Honorable Mention All-American as a junior… Named to the All-Conference First Team in each of her last three seasons and garnered Honorable Mention All-Conference as a freshman… Earned All-Metro Second Team and All-County First Team accolades from the Washington Post as a senior and Honorable Mention as a junior…  Selected to the All-County First Team by the Washington Examiner and Maryland Gazette as a junior and senior… Named Maryland Gazette Player of the Year in 2007… Tallied 190 goals and 92 assists for a total of 282 points to become Good Counsel’s all-time leading scorer… A 2006 Under Armour All-American… Led the Falcons to four straight WCAC conference championships, scoring five goals and adding three assists, including the helper on the game-winner, in the 2007 title game… Set the Good Counsel single-season scoring record with 75 goals, and also added 33 assists for 108 points in 2006… Followed that campaign with 61 goals and 47 assists for another 108 points in 2007… A member of the Mid-Atlantic Team 6 as a sophomore and the Mid-Atlantic Team 3 as a junior… Received a tryout for the U-19 Women’s U.S. Lacrosse team in 2006… Good Counsel team captain in 2007… Also lettered in field hockey at Good Counsel and was the WCAC field hockey Player of the Year as a senior… An honor roll student… Daughter of Mark and Kelly Stodter… Has two siblings, John and Casey… John swims at Loyola College… Born Nov. 18, 1988…  Majoring in psychology.