For The Record: Ranks fourth on the single-season list for games played with 65 in 2007 ... went 4-for-4 at the plate against Cal State Fullerton, becoming the 19th Purdue player to do so.
2010: Saw action in all 54 games, starting 53 in center field ... batted .262 with 24 runs, 11 RBI and 19 stolen bases ... runs and steals tallies ranked third on the team ... reached base in 30 of 54 games, including 11 multi-hit efforts ... scored the game-winning run against Butler and Valparaiso ... accounted for the game-winning RBI against Miami and Iowa ... put together a five-game hit-streak from April 15 to 21 ... went 4-for-4 at the plate against Cal State Fullerton, one of two perfect plate outings on the year, also a 2-for-2 effort at Wisconsin ... drew 11 walks ... posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage, leading the Big Ten Conference, making good on all 48 defensive opportunities ... ranked fifth in the Big Ten with a triple and 11 stolen bases in league play ... garnered the Hustle Award at the team's postseason banquet.
2009: Appeared in 48 games, starting 27 in left field and 18 in center field ... posted a .211 average with two doubles and 15 runs ... registered seven RBI, including four game-winners: against Pacific, Michigan State, Valparaiso and No. 14 Ohio State ... drew nine walks, including a single-game record three in Game 2 against No. 10 Northwestern ... stole eight bases in nine attempts ... racked up multiple hits in four games, including three-hit efforts against Michigan State and Valparaiso ... laid down six sacrifice bunts and was hit by a pitch once.
2008: Appeared in 58 games, starting 56 in left field and two in center field ... Batting .278 ... Registered 44 hits in 158 at-bats ... Racked up eight multi-hit games ... Posted a six-game hit streak from 3/14-26 ... Recorded first career triple vs. Jacksonville State (2/8) ... Tallied six multi-RBI games ... Chalked up three RBI vs. Appalachian State (2/24) and vs. IUPUI (4/2) ... Ranks second in the Big Ten in sacrifice hits with 16 ... Ranked 24th nationally for sacrifice hits per game....Swiped two bases vs. Villanova (3/8) ... Registered only one error in 35 chances.
2007: Appeared in 65 games, starting 60 - 33 in center field and 27 in left field ... tied for fourth on Purdue's single-season games played list with teammate Katie Mitchell ... batted .251 with 43 hits in 171 at-bats ... tallied 10 multi-hit games, including four perfect days at the plate ... went 3-for-3 against Toledo and IUPUI ... first collegiate hit came in debut vs. Kennesaw State ... first career stolen base came against Iowa State ... chalked up 11 stolen bases to rank second on the team ... scored 27 runs, including game-tying run vs. Illinois ... scored game-winning run three times: vs. Idaho State, vs. Michigan State and vs. Iowa ... run vs. Iowa clinched Purdue's first-ever postseason victory ... laid down 13 sacrifice bunts, to rank sixth among Big Ten players.
High School: The 5A Southern Idaho Conference Player of the Year in 2006 ... a four-year letterwinner at Mountain View High School ... hit .456 with five doubles, five triples, 14 RBI and 24 stolen bases her senior season, while leading the team to its second-straight state championship tournament berth ... hit .534 with four doubles, five triples, 10 RBI and 23 stolen bases her junior season, while earning first team all-conference honors as a utility player and leading team to a fifth-place state finish under head coach Judy Crandell ... hit .409 with one home run, eight doubles, three triples and eight RBI during sophomore season ... played travel ball for the Absolute Blast Gold, Washington Spirit Gold, Idaho Golden Gloves and Boise Blast ... led ASA teams to titles in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2004 ... 2005 Spirit Gold team competed in U18 Gold National Championships ... was outstanding art senior in 2006.
Personal: Full name is Ashley Michelle Barr ... born August 18, 1987 ... parents are Tim and Taunia Barr ... has one brother, Aaron, and one sister, Michaela ... majoring in psychology.