12 Ashley Allen
12 Ashley Allen
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Laurel, Iowa
High School: East Marshall
Position: C
B/T: R/R
Honors & Awards
  • 3-year letterwinner
  • 2018 Honorable Mention All-IIAC
  • 2018 & 2017 All-IIAC Academic
  • 2017 All-IIAC 2nd Team
  • 2017 NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete
Single-Game Highs
  • Hits — 4, at Nebraska Wesleyan, 4/4/17
  • Runs — 3, vs. Mitchell, 3/4/18
  • RBIs — 3 (5 times)
  • Home Runs — 1 (5 times)
2018 | junior
  • Named Honorable Mention All-IIAC
  • Named to the All-IIAC Academic Team
  • Led the team and was tied for first in the conference with 18 doubles
  • Had 44 hits and 30 RBIs in 37 games played for a .393 batting average
  • Drove in a career-high three RBIs against Mitchell 
2017 | sophomore
  • Named Second Team All-IIAC
  • Named to the All-IIAC Academic Team
  • Recognized as an NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete
  • Named team's Most Valuable Player after hitting .330 with seven doubles, four home runs and 17 RBIs
  • Led team in home runs and RBIs
  • Started 31 of 34 games
  • Had a career-game at Nebraska Wesleyan on April 4, going 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs
2016 | freshman
  • Saw time in 14 games, making two starts
  • Served as the backup catcher
  • Hit .182 in 11 at-bats, going 2-for-11 with one home run and two RBIs
  • Hit first career home run as a pinch-hitter against Wartburg on April 23
High School
  • A 2015 graduate of East Marshall High School
  • Coached by Jary Hoskey
  • Named all-conference as a freshman
  • Named first team all-conference as a sophomore, junior, and senior
  • Named to the Times Republican All-Area team as a sophomore, junior, and senior
  • Named as a Des Moines Register All-State player as a senior
  • Named to the state softball All-Tournament Team as a junior
  • Lettered in volleyball, basketball, and track
  • Member of the National Honor Society and Student Council. 
Personal
  • Daughter of Scott and Connie Allen
  • Has one sister, Candace
  • Majoring in sports administration with a minor in coaching  

 

-Individual game highs updated through 2018