CLINTON – The fifth member of the Ashford University women's basketball signing class is in the fold, as Head Coach Amy Eagan has announced that Pearl City, Ill.-native Kelsie Kluck has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Ashford.
"We are very excited to welcome Kelsie to the Ashford family," Eagan said. "We had the opportunity to see Kelsie play numerous times and expect her to make an immediate impact in our point guard position with her experience, skills, work ethic, and leadership. Not only that, Kelsie has great character will be a great fit to our program's values."
CLINTON – Head Coach Amy Eagan and the Ashford University women's basketball team announced on Friday that West Branch, Iowa-native Alexandra Luneckas has committed to continuing her academic and athletic careers as a Saint.
CLINTON – Head Coach Amy Eagan and the Ashford University women's basketball team announced on Monday that Markham, Ill.-native Lorielle Little has committed to continuing her academic and athletic careers as a Saint.
CLINTON – If her prep career is like a prologue, then Sarah Vozel's time at Ashford University is going to be quite the story.
Vozel, a 2013 commitment for Head Coach Amy Eagan and the AU women's basketball program, recently added a pair of quality accomplishments to her prep resume. Highlights that Eagan thinks will transition well to the collegiate level.
CLINTON – A trio of Ashford University women's basketball players were awarded Second Team All-Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) honors late Tuesday afternoon when the league handed out its postseason awards.