6 - Ashley Heiberger
Ashley Heiberger
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Sioux Falls, S.D.
High School: Lincoln
College: Iowa Lakes C.C.
Position: C/OF
Last Team: R/R

As a junior: Played in 50 games for Quinnipiac, starting in 47 of those games…Posted a .229 batting average, while contributing 30 hits, 19 runs and nine RBI…Collected two home runs, three doubles and a triple…Held a .313 slugging percentage and a .342 on-base percentage…Stole five bases…Led the team with 349 putouts and a .390 fielding percentage…Was named the Northeast Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and received the NEC’s Golden Glove Award.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Iowa Lakes Community College between 2008 and 2010...As a sophomore, she held a .389 batting average and a .444 on base percentage...She also contributed 89 hits, 83 runs, 12 homeruns and 101 RBI's on the season...Was the Region XI Runner up in 2009 and 2010...Placed third at Nationals in 2010...Was fourth in stolen bases, 15th in homerun leaders, and first in RBI's for the NJCAA...Was named All-Region first team for two years…Was selected to the NFCA/NJCAA first team and named All-American in 2010…Was named NJCAA Diamond Catcher of the Year…Attended Lincoln High School, where she played varsity softball, basketball and golf...Her high school softball team won the State Championships in 2008...Was named a softball and basketball Most Valuable Player...Was named All-State…Was selected as a Academic 4.0 Athlete...Played for the Flash, until 2009 and the Flamez, until 2008...Was named the Flash's Most Valuable Player, Best Defensive and Best Offensive Player.

Personal: A native of Sioux Falls, South Dakota...Daughter of Dick and Cindy Heiberger...Has two older brothers, Jake and Joe, and three older sisters, Casey, Holly, and Beth...Her father, Dick, played football and baseball at Dakota State...Her brother, Jake, played baseball at Trinidad Junior College and her brother, Joe, played golf at the University of Sioux Falls...Majoring in communications and media studies with a minor in fine arts.