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Ashley Bruns

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Height
5' 2"
CLASS
SO
Hometown
Ellicott City, Md.
School
Mount Hebron HS
Ashley Bruns

Honors

2013 IWLCA All-South Region

2013 All-ALC Second Team

2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (2/27/12)

2012 Tewaaraton Watch List

2012 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Second Team All-America

2012 ALC Preseason Players to Watch

2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2011 IWLCA Third Team All-America

2011 WomensLacrosse.com Third Team All-America

2011 WomensLax.com All-America

2011 Second Team IWLCA All-South Region

2011 All-ALC First Team

WomensLacrosse.com National Offensive PoW (3/21/11)

WomensLax.com National Player of the Week (3/21/11)

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (3/21/11)

2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2011 ALC Academic Honor Roll

2010 WomensLax.com Rookie of the Year

2010 WomensLacrosse.com Rookie of the Year

2010 WomensLacrosse.com All-Rookie Squad

2010 ALC Rookie of the Year

2010 ALC Second Team

Nike/Inside Lacrosse National PoW (4/5/10)

WomensLacrosse.com Rookie of the Week (4/5/10)

WomensLacrosse.com Rookie of the Week (3/22/10)

WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week (4/5/10)

WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week (3/22/10)

ALC Rookie of the Week (4/5/10)

ALC Rookie of the Week (3/22/10)

ALC Rookie of the Week (3/8/10)

2010 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

2010 ALC Academic Honor Roll

 

2013: Finished her career as the all-time points leader (283), all-time assists leader (94) and played in all 81 career games…Played in all 21 games in 2013, starting five…Helped Florida to the fifth-best scoring offense in the nation (14.76 gpg.)…Named to the IWLCA All-South Region…Earned All-ALC Second Team Honors…Added a goal against Syracuse in the NCAA quarterfinals…Scored four goals in Florida’s 16-5 win over Denver in the NCAA second round...Added one goal in the ALC Championship game versus Northwestern...Scored a team-high five goals in the Gators’ romp of Ohio State in the ALC quarterfinals...Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by adding three goals, one assist, a draw control and causing a turnover…Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with a career-high eight goals and two ground balls…Added five goals, one assist and four ground balls against No. 17 John Hopkins…Registered two goals and a ground ball at No. 9 Penn State…Recorded two ground balls for the Orange and Blue against Ohio State…Had a goal and a ground ball in the win over Stetson…Helped the Gators defeat Oregon by adding two goals and a ground ball…Came in for the Gators but did not record a stat in the dominating win over Lehigh…Recorded two goals and one assist against No. 13 Dartmouth…Had one goal, five ground balls and caused a turnover against No. 9 Loyola…Scored three goals and had a ground ball against No. 4 Syracuse…Had four goals, one assist, two ground balls and caused a turnover against Albany…Scored a team-high four goals and added two assists against UC Davis…Scored two goals on two shots against No. 18 Stony Brook…Had one goal and one assist and caused a turnover at High Point…Scored one goal and one assist against Jacksonville…Tallied one goal, one assist and three ground balls against No. 5 North Carolina.

 

2012: Appeared in every game for the Gators, starting all but one … Tallied 44 goals, 24 assists, 21 ground balls, six draw controls and six caused turnovers on the year … Tied for second on the team in assists and third in both goals and points … Finished the season ranked 36th in the nation in points and 49th in assists, finishing ninth in the ALC in goals per game and 10th in both points and assists … Scored a goal in every regular-season game and recorded a point in all-but-one game on the year … Scored a goal and an assists against No. 4 Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals ... Scored two goals and an assist to go along with three ground balls and two caused turnovers against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Notched an assist against Albany in the NCAA First Round ... Put up an assist against No. 1 Northwestern in the ALC Championship ... Had her 18-game scoring streak snapped in the 5-4 victory over Ohio State in the ALC Semifinals, tabbing a ground ball ... Scored two goals at No. 1 Northwestern ... Notched two goals and an assist against No. 17 Vanderbilt ... Scored a goal and an assist at No. 19 Johns Hopkins ... Recorded four goals, three ground balls and two draw controls against No. 10 Penn State ... Became the first Gator to record 200 career points, scoring three goals and an assist against Fresno State ... Had a goal, a ground balls and a caused turnover at No. 15 Ohio State ... Scored four goals against No. 10 Dartmouth ... Scored a goal and two assists and caused a turnover at William & Mary ... Recorded a goal, two assists and three ground balls against Stony Brook ... Notched two goals, an assist and a draw control against Temple ... Had two goals and two assists along with two ground balls and a caused turnover at No. 15 Georgetown ... Scored a goal and an assist against No. 9 Syracuse ... Tied for the team lead with four goals and three ground balls against Detroit ... Scored her 100th career goal against Siena en route to a school record eight goals on just nine shots and a program-best 11 points ... Named ALC Offensive Player of the Week for her record-breaking performance against Siena and Detroit ... Scored five points, including a school-record-tying four assists, and added a draw control at UMBC ... Recorded a goal and two assists against Jacksonville, while adding two ground balls a draw control and a caused turnover ... Scored three goals and recorded two ground balls at No. 3 UNC ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2011: Started all 20 contests for the Gators and led the team in assists (28), while also ranking second in points (74) and goals (46) … Ranked 18th in the NCAA in assists … Named IWLCA Third Team All-America, WomensLacrosse.com Third Team All-America, WomensLax.com All-America, IWLCA Second Team All-South Region and selected to the ALC First Team … Totaled 18 draw controls, 17 caused turnovers and 16 ground balls … Scored a point in every game until the NCAA First Round against Stanford (18-game streak) … Tied her career high with three draw controls against Stanford in NCAA First Round … Had eight points in the ALC Tournament while adding a career-high four ground balls against Northwestern and tying her career high in caused turnovers with 3 … Had a game-best six points against Ohio State in the ALC Tournament …  Had a goal and a draw control against Cornell … Had a game-high five points against No. 17 Vanderbilt, with a hat trick and two assists … Had two goals, two draw controls, two caused turnovers and a ground ball in the upset of No. 2 Northwestern … Scored twice against Johns Hopkins while also adding an assist and a ground ball … Had three points against Johns Hopkins … Tied career highs in assists (4) and draw controls (3) in the 13-7 victory over No. 16 Penn State … Scored a goal against Ohio State in ALC opener … Scored six points against Fairfield, splitting her goals and assists … Scored six goals on seven shots against No. 11 Syracuse, while assisting on a Chesterman goal … Scored three goals against Colgate … Named WomensLax.com National Player of the Week, WomensLacrosse.com National Offensive Player of the Week and ALC Offensive Player of the Week for her performances against Colgate and No. 11 Syracuse … Scored five points against Temple (2 G, 3 A), while shooting 1.000 … Scored three goals on five shots vs. No. 9 Georgetown while also assisting on a Dashiell goal … Shot .500 against Lehigh, scoring three goals … Contributed five points (four goals, one assist) against UMBC, while also notching two each of ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers … Had seven points against Denver, scoring a hat trick and assisting on four goals … Registered three points against Jacksonville, scoring once and assisting on Cochran and Chesterman goals … Scored one goal on four shots against UNC, recording a caused turnover as well … Named to the ALC and SEC Academic Honor Rolls.

2010: Started all 18 contests for the Gators and led the team in points (79), goals (48) and assists (31) … Ranked 12th in the nation in total points, 13th in points per game, 18th in assists per game and 21st in total assists … Led all freshmen nationally in total points and points per game and ranked in the top three among freshmen in goals (3rd), goals per game (2nd), assists (2nd) and assists per game (2nd) … Selected as the national Rookie of the Year by WomensLax.com and WomensLacrosse.com … Named the 2010 ALC Rookie of the Year and also selected to the ALC Second Team … Totaled 16 ground balls, 13 caused turnovers and 11 draw controls … Led the team with three game-winning goals … Scored one goal and had one assist in the loss to No. 10 Vanderbilt in the ALC Semifinals … Had three goals and a caused turnover in the win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins in the ALC Tournament … Scored a point in her first 15 career games, with the streak ending at No.2 Northwestern … Scored three goals and caused one turnover in the loss to No. 8 Vanderbilt … Had two goals and a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover in the 2OT loss at Colgate … Scored one goal and had two assists, a ground ball and a caused turnover in the win at Le Moyne …  Had four goals and two assists in the win over No. 14 Penn State … Totaled six points with three goals and three assists in the win over Oregon …  Named the Nike/InsideLacrosse.com National Player of the Week and the WomensLacrosse.com, WomensLax.com and ALC Rookie of the Week following her performance against No. 14 Penn State and Oregon … Scored two goals and had two assists, two ground balls and one draw control in the loss at No. 17 Ohio State … Scored three goals and had one draw control in the win over Cornell …  Had six goals and three assists, one ground ball, one draw control and one caused turnover to lead the team with nine points in the win over No. 17 New Hampshire … .Had 10 points on six goals and four assists, and three ground balls, three draw controls and three caused turnovers in the win over Marist …  Named the WomensLacrosse.com, WomensLax.com and ALC Rookie of the Week after totaling 19 points in two games against No. 17 New Hampshire and Marist … Scored once and had two assists, a draw control and a caused turnover in the loss at JHU … Had one goal, two assists and a caused turnover in the loss to No. 5 Georgetown … Named the ALC Rookie of the Week after notching five goals, all in the first half, and two assists against SBU … Scored one goal and had two ground balls at No. 4 UNC … Had two goals and four assists to lead the team with six points at La Salle … Scored four goals and had four assists, three ground balls, one draw control and two caused turnovers to lead UF in the season opener against Jacksonville … Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and the ALC Academic Honor Roll.

Before Florida: Four-year member of the Mt. Hebron High School team that won the State Championship in 2006 and 2007 … Played for Coach Brooke Kuhl-McClelland and was a team captain as a junior and senior … Broke Mt. Hebron’s single-season records with 166 points, 103 goals and 63 assists as a senior … Also holds school records for most points (19), goals (12) and assists (7) in a single game … Named the 2009 Howard County Player of the Year … A 2009 Under Armour All-American and a US Lacrosse Honorable Mention All-American … Named a 2008 and 2009 First-Team All-Metro performer by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun … Earned first-team All-Howard County honors in 2008 and 2009 and second-team in 2007 … Named the 2009 Digital Sports Player of the Year … Named the 2009 P.J. Kesmodel Scholar Athlete of the Year … Was a nominee for the 2009 Tewaaraton Award … Scored 60 goals and had 31 assists as a junior … Also played for the Skywalkers Lacrosse Club in Baltimore, Md., for five years … Won titles at the Charm City Tournament, National Draw, All-Star Express and Galaxy Tournament … Team won first place in the 2008 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association (IWLCA) Champions Cup and second place in the 2008 IWLCA Capital Cup … Played for the US Lacrosse Mid-Atlantic Under-15 team … Also member of US Lacrosse’s Mid-Atlantic Championship Team … Was the team captain in field hockey and earned first-team all-county honors in 2007 and 2008 and second-team all-county in 2006.

Personal: Born Ashley Elizabeth Bruns on Oct. 18, 1990, in Baltimore, Md. … Daughter of John and Linda Bruns … Has two brothers, John and Michael, and a sister, Jenn … Named a Scholar-Athlete at Mt. Hebron … Member of the high school yearbook staff … Would like to open a sports training facility and work with middle school, high school and collegiate athletes … Also considered Delaware, James Madison, Maryland, Boston College, Cornell, Rutgers, Denver and Louisville … Chose Florida because of the excitement that comes along with a large university and being part of a new program.

Major: History

 

Career Stats

 

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

Sh

Sh%

Sog

Sog%

GW

fpg-fps

GB

DC

TO

CT

2013

21

5

51

11

62

80

.637

66

.825

3

0-3

30

1

14

5

2012

22

21

44

24

68

85

.518

74

.871

1

2-8

21

6

28

6

2011

20

20

46

28

74

99

.465

72

.727

2

   3-4

16

18

35

17

2010

18

18

48

31

79

108

.444

88

.815

3

4-11

16

11

29

13

Totals

81

67

189

94

283

372

.508

300

.806

9

9-26

83

36

106

41

 

Career Highs

Goals................................. 8, 2x-last vs. Vanderbilt (4/14/13)

Assists....................................... 4, 6x-last at UMBC (2/19/12)

Points.................................................... 11 vs. Siena (2/24/12)

Shots.................................. 12 vs. New Hampshire (3/20/10)

Ground Balls........................................... 5 vs. Loyola (3/5/13)

Draw Controls..................... 3, 4x-last vs. Stanford (5/14/11)

Caused Turnovers....... 3, 2x-last vs. Northwestern (5/7/11)

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