MISCELLANEOUS: Gifted distance specialist ... dominant in a plethora of events ... lists among the Academy's all-time greats in several disciplines ... possesses great endurance.
2005: Won the Patriot League title in the 1,500m at the Outdoor Championships with a time of 4 minutes, 32.64 seconds ... won the 1,500m two other times, while finishing runner-up once ... season-best time of 4:26.37 came at ECAC Championships ... ran the mile three times during the indoor season, finishing first twice ... placed first at the Black Knight Invitational (5:05.91) ... won the discipline in Army's "Star" meet victory over Navy (5:03.70) ... season-best clocking (5:00.08) produced a 17th-place finish at the Valentine Invitational ... excelled in the 1,500m during the outdoor season ... earned a total of five top-five showings ... burst into the outdoor season by winning the 1,500m at Coastal Carolina Invitational (4:44.36) ... placed runner-up at the Indiana Relays (4:32,18) ... was fourth at the Sam Howell Invitational (4:32.56) ... won the gold medal at the New York Relays (4:31.21) prior to claiming the title at Patriots.
2004: Moved up several Academy all-time lists by setting personal-bests in various disciplines ... her time of 4 minutes, 23.44 seconds in the 1,500-meter run at the NCAA Regionals established a new school record ... clocked the second-fastest mile time in West Point history, with a personal-best time of 4:54.87 at the ECAC Championships ... ran her way to the second-best time in the 5,000-meter run with her 16:51.88 clocking at the Penn Relays ... placed first in the 3,000-meter run twice during the indoor season ... took the gold ribbon at the Crowell Open (10:29.02) and versus Navy (10:11.90) ... concentrated on the 1,500-meter run during the outdoor season ... focus paid off with three victories and eight top-three finishes in nine races ... took first in 1,500m at the Dick Shea Open (4:34.90), the Delaware Invitational (4:27.87) and versus Navy (4:34.96) ... was third at the ECAC Championships (4:25.55) ... member of the 4x800m relay team that won the Patriot League Championship.
2003: Immediately secured a position among Army's all-time best runners by ranking within the top-10 positions in the 1,500-meter, mile, 3,000m and 5,000m ... recorded a season-best time of 4:55.91 in the mile at the ECAC Indoor Championships ... won the first two mile races of her college career ... ran the 3,000m just once during outdoor season ... recorded the fourth-best time in Academy history (9:49.28) ... competed in the 1,500m five times and crossed the line within the first three positions three times ... placed second at LSU in a time of 4:37.17 ... tallied a pair of victories in the 5,000m ... turned in season-best time was 17:31.60 opposite Navy.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Carmel High School in 2002 ... lettered four times in cross country and track and field ... served as team captain for both cross country and track and field as a senior ... four-time all-conference track and field selection ... 2001 state champion in the 1600m ... two-time all-conference and all-state selection in cross country ... helped lead track and field team to the 1998 state championship and a runner-up title in 2000 ... member of the 2001 cross country state championship team and runner-up teams in 1998 and 2000 ... four-time academic all-conference selection ... ranked in the Top-25 in class from 2000-02 ... member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Ashley Lynne Urick ... born Sept. 9, 1984 ... daughter of Frederick (stepfather) and Christine Mohr ... majoring in Chemistry & Life Sciences.