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Ashley Hall
Ashley Hall

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Noblesville, Ind.

High School:
Noblesville

Position:
3B

Bats/Throws:
L/R



2008: Appeared in 47 games, starting 41 at third base and six at designated player ... Ranks third in the nation with 0.17 triples per game and fifth nationally with a Purdue single-season record eight triples ... Set Purdue career record with 14 three-baggers ... Tied a Purdue single-game record with two triples vs. South Alabama (2/9) ... Batting .298 with a team-best 36 runs scored despite missing 11 games with a shoulder injury... Racked up 48 hits in 161 at-bats ... Recorded 15 multi-hit games, including a 4-for-4 effort vs. South Alabama (2/9) ... Posted a 12-game hitting streak from 2/17-3/28 ... Scored three runs vs. Appalachian State (2/24) ... Chalked up six multi-RBI games ... Stole eight bases in 11 attempts ... Registered a .339 on-base percentage and a .410 slugging percentage ... Ranks second in the Big Ten with eight triples ...Is tied for seventh in the Big Ten with 8 fielding double plays. In conference action, ranks second with two triples and eighth with 14 runs scored ... Ranks third with 69 stolen bases and fifth with 120 runs scored on Purdue career lists ... Has reached base via hit or walk in 31 of her 44 games.

For The Record: Single-season record holder for hits (85 in 2007) and stolen bases (36 in 2007) ... tied school record for stolen bases in a single game with three against Villanova (3/10/06), George Mason (3/18/06), Kennesaw State (2/10/07) and San Jose State (3/2/07).

In The Rankings: Ranks among the career top five in three categories: third in batting average (.337), tied for fourth in stolen bases (61) and fifth in on-base percentage (.381) ... ranks among the single-season top five in six categories: first in hits (85 in 2007), first in stolen bases (36 in 2007), second in at-bats (222 in 2007), third in batting average (.387 in 2007), tied for third in triples (5 in 2007) and tied for third in runs scored (48 in 2007).

2007: First Team All-Mideast Region and First Team All-Big Ten selection at third base ... third team Easton All-American ... appeared in 63 games, starting at third base in all of them ... led team with .383 average, which ranked seventh overall in the Big Ten ... led league with .473 average in Big Ten play ... stood 18th in the nation with 36 steals ... set single-season records for hits (85) and stolen bases (36), leading the Big Ten in both categories ... ranked second in the Big Ten in triples (5) and defensive assists (164), sixth in runs (48), and ninth in total bases (107) ... in conference play, led league in batting average, hits (26) and triples (2), while ranking third in doubles (5) and on-base percentage (.517), sixth in runs (14) and total bases (38), and ninth in slugging percentage (.691) ... posted hit streaks of 20 (3/18-4/21), 10 (3/2-13) and eight (2/9-17) games ... tallied at least one-hit in 49 games, while reaching base via hit, walk or hit by pitch in 53 contests ... racked up multiple hits in 25 games, including three 4-for-4 and two 3-for-3 outings ... drove in 30 RBI, including two game-winners, while scoring 48 runs, including six game winners ... earned all-tournament team honors at the Bulldog Round Robin and Ragin' Cajun Invitational.

2006: Started 32 of the 34 games she played, 15 at second base and 17 at third base ... posted a .330 batting average with 37 hits, including one double and one triple ... registered 10 multi-hit games, including a 4-for-4 outing against New Mexico and a 4-for-5 day vs. Western Illinois ... ranked third in the Big Ten with 20 stolen bases, including a single-game record three against Villanova and George Mason ... scored 24 runs, including the game-winners against Jacksonville and Florida Atlantic ... drove in 10 RBI, including the game winner against UC Santa Barbara and the game tying RBI against IUPUI ... drew seven walks and laid down four sacrifices.

2005: Saw action in 38 games, starting 11, five as designated player, four in left field, one in right field and one at second base ... tallied five hits, while scoring 12 runs and driving in three RBI ... laid down three sacrifices, while also scoring a run with a sacrifice fly against BYU ... stole five bases in six tries ... scored the game-winning runs against Detroit and Valparaiso, as well as the run that tied the game against Kentucky ... made good on all eight of her defensive opportunities.

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Noblesville High School, earning all-state honors each of her final two seasons ... garnered first team all-state acclaim in Class 4A as a senior after claiming second-team honors in Class 3A her junior year ... named Noblesville Ledger Athlete of the Year after leading the team with a .600 on-base percentage as a senior ... named Hoosier Diamond Defensive Player of the Year her final campaign ... a pre-season all-state selection her sophomore year ... received all-metro north, all-district, all-county and all-conference honors each of her last three seasons ... led team to the state final four as a sophomore and to the sectional finals as a junior ... hit .505 with nine doubles, three home runs and 21 RBI as a junior, while leading the team in runs scored ... an all-county and all-conference honoree as a freshman ... had number retired at Noblesville after finishing her career ... played travel ball for the Indiana Shockwaves ... a 12-year honor roll student.

Personal: Given name is Ashley Diane Hall ... born 2/9/86 ... parents are Mark and Lisa Hall ... has two sisters, Amber and Alyssa ... cousin Chris Hall is a Purdue alum ... majoring in marketing/sales.