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Ashley Sternhagen, Adams-Friendship High School

May 4, 2014
 
Ashley Sternhagen
Ashley Sternhagen
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ASHLEY STERNHAGEN

ASHLEY STERNHAGEN

Parents: Victoria L. Sternhagen

High school: Adams-Friendship

Freshman letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference, lettered), Basketball (honorable mention all-conference, lettered), Track and field (first-team all-conference, lettered, captain).

Other Sports/Accolades: Cross Country-most valuable runner; Basketball-team defensive player of year; Track & Field- MVR Women’s Field Athlete, MVR Women’s Team Athlete, 6th place in triple jump at state.

Sophomore letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference, lettered, captain), Basketball (first-team all-conference, lettered), Track and field (first-team all-conference, lettered, captain).

Other Sports/Accolades: Cross Country-most valuable runner; Basketball-Defensive MVP, South Central Conference Champions, Regional Champions Track & Field, 7th Place in triple jump at state.

Junior letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference, lettered, captain).

Other Sports/Accolades: Cross Country-most valuable runner; Basketball-Tore my ACL thirrd game into season, but continued to support the team at every game, South Central Conference Champions; Track & Field-Wasn’t able to participate, but helped coach the jumpers and went to every meet.

Senior letters, honors:

Other Sports/Accolades: Wasn’t able to participate in fall sport due to doctor’s recommendation (ACL); Basketball-SCC champions.

Academic honors: Highest Honors (3.75-4.0 GPA) Freshman-Senior years, NHS member junior year, NHS Vice President (sr.), Academic Excellence Award (soph.), Salutatorian-Class of 2014, 2nd Place for Sports Medicine at the HOSA State Competition (soph.).

Volunteer work: Blood drives, Grandparent Program, Special Olympics tournaments, fundraisers, basketball clinics for younger athletes.

Favorite sports memory: Winning the SCC ssophomore year in basketball, because it was the first year in a long time that the A-F girls won a title. When the buzzer rang everyone ran out onto the court to congratulate us.

Advice to an athlete: Practice as hard as you play your sport. Hard work and determination is what separates an average athlete from one that excels. Winning is important but being a winning person is everything. The leadership skills you receive from being a part of athletics will be a part of you forever.

Inspiration: Whether in academics or athletics, I have always had the desire to push myself and to give more than what was expected. There is always someone better, so I worked harder to be the best I could be.

College plans: University of Wisconsin-Madison, majoring in biology or kinesiology.

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