Ashley Haden
0  Ashley Haden

Brush Prairie, WA

High School:






No time off after best finish in Vikings history

WWU already hard at work preparing for 2014 season


Vikings claim 5-0 win over Simon Fraser on Senior Night

Maris scores twice, Griffen and Cooper each have two assists for WWU


Miles scores hat trick as No.12 WWU blanks Northwest Nazarene, 6-0

Vikings 8-0-0 at home this season


No.2 WWU gets by Saint Martin's, 3-1

Miles scores fourth game winner as Vikings go to 12-0-0


No.2 Vikings earn sixth shutout in seven games with 3-0 win over SMU

Kristin Maris has goal and assist for 7-0-0 WWU

COLLEGE: Played in five games as sophomore in 2013, four of them combined shutouts ... Had two saves and save percentage of 1.000 in 187 minutes played ... Member of squad, but did not see action in 2012 ... Played in one game as freshman in 2011 ... Allowed one goal in 45 minutes at Central Washington on 10/13/11 ... Had two saves for save percentage of .667 ... Redshirt in 2010 ... Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class 2A all-State selection and Greater St. Helens League Defensive MVP as senior at Hockinson High School ... Team co-captain on 12-1-0 team that won league and district titles and reached first round of state playoffs for fourth straight year ... Received all-state honorable mention as sophomore and junior, playing on squads that won league and district titles and reached first round at state ... Four-time, first-team all-league choice ... Started and lettered four years on teams that posted overall record of 57-13-4 with goals against average of 0.46 ... Also earned two letters in basketball, winning league championship and going to state as junior, and one in softball ... Played club soccer for FC Vancouver Justice for seven years, being state champion and reaching West Regional quarterfinals in 2005, with goals against average of 0.50.

PERSONAL: Major is sports management ... Her grandfather, Russell, played soccer at MIT; her father, Kinard, played soccer at Northwestern University; her mother, Charmaine, competed in water polo at Stanford; and her sister, Keller, played soccer for WWU and was graduate assistant coach for Vikings.