Women's Soccer

Ashley Handwork
16

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Plainfield, Ill.

High School:
Plainfield North

Height:
5-8

Position:
F

Ashley Handwork

2013: Made her collegiate debut in season opener at Portland (8/23)... Scored her first collegiate goal in the opening minute in loss to UCLA (8/30)... Recorded one shot on goal in victory over Colorado College to win the Marquette Invitational (9/8)... Tallied her second career goal in a 4-0 victory over No. 6 Georgetown (10/13)... Notched one goal, and one assist in a 6-0 victory against Providence (10/27) ... Scored her fourth goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over Butler (11/2)... Tabbed a shot on goal in a 2-0 semifinal victory in the BIG EAST Conference tournament over St. John's (11/8)...

Prior to Marquette: Handwork was a four-year letter winner in soccer at Plainfield North High School... Earned all-conference, Voyager Media All-Area and Herald News All-Area honors three of her four years as a Tiger... Three-time all-sectional team player... Chicago Tribune High School Player of the Month for March 2011... Named the 2013 Girls Soccer Sun-Times Player of the Year, finishing her final high school season with 39 goals and 11 assists, which brings her to a high school career total of 98 goals and 57 assists...Holds the school record for most goals scored in a single season(39), most goals scored in career(98) and most goals scored in a single game(5). Played for Chicago Fire Juniors and Team Chicago for club soccer... Helped her Chicago Fire squad earn the 2009 U.S. Club Nationals Super Group Runner-Up, 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Regional League Championship, 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer Illinois State Cup Championship and 2011 U.S. Club Region 2 Championship... Won the Illinois State Cup Championship, Region 2 Championship, Brondby Cup Championship in Denmark, National League Championships and the Disney Showcase U18 Championship with Team Chicago... Helped her Team Chicago team to a U18 National title in 2013.

Personal: Daughter of Russ and Dawn Handwork... Dad was a two-sport athlete at Huntington Indiana University (track and basketball)...Oldest of four girls...Majoring in business administration.

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