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#20 Ashley Kathol
Position: Right Side Hitter
Height: 6'1"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Skutt Catholic High School
Major: Interior Design
Experience: 3 Letters

2010: Played in a total of 21 sets over 10 matches with one start vs. UMKC (9/10) ... tied a career-high with two service aces vs. Green Bay (9/5) ... finishes her career at SDSU with 224 kills, 12 service aces, 215 digs and with 52 total blocks; six solo blocks and 46 block assists ... played on two Summit League Tournament teams and on the 2007 Jackrabbit team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament, the first team in any sport at SDSU to make an NCAA Tournament appearance at the Division I level

2009: Saw time in 83 sets over 25 matches, including 18 starts ... finished the season with 100 kills and with 117 digs ... set a career-high with 10 digs at Wyoming (8/28) ... equaled her career-mark with 10 digs at Oakland (9/18) and at Southern Utah (10/3) ... tied a career-best mark with 11 kills vs. Rutgers (8/29) ... recorded 10 kills with a season-best hitting percentage of .429 on the road at Oral Roberts (11/13)

: Played in 88 of the team's 100 sets in all 27 matches, mostly off the bench ... Recorded 103 kills and 61 digs on season ... set career-highs with 11 kills and with 38 attacks at Oakland (10/4) ... set a career-high with seven digs vs. Western Illinois on (10/10) 

2007: Played in 22 games over 12 matches with two starts on the season ... tallied a career-high six kills and a career-high five block assists in a season-opening win and in her collegiate debut against Northern Colorado (8/24) ... recorded at least one kill in eight matches and at least one dig in five matches

Before SDSU
: Named to the 2007 Nebraska All-Star team ... Earned all-Nebraska Class B second-team, all-conference and all-area honors in 2006 after helping lead Skutt Catholic to the Nebraska District 3-B championship and a berth in the state tournament ... Academic all-conference selection in both 2005 and 2006 ... gained further experience on the club level, playing for Club X-Treme, a two-time Junior Olympic national qualifier ... two-time academic all-conference honoree ...  member of the National Honor Society ... also competed in track