Ashley grew up in Sacramento, CA playing soccer, basketball, and golf, and was a swimmer throughout her childhood. She went on to play soccer at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA, a Division II school now in the CCAA. After finishing at Humboldt, Ashley moved to South Lake Tahoe to become a snowboarding bum, but quickly shifted gears to working in the Physical Therapy field and coaching club teams and the Women’s Soccer team with one of her former HSU teammates at Western Nevada College. While at WNC, the team won their conference and went on to the NJCAA Tournament. Ashley moved to Montana in 2010 to teach Special Education and was quickly recruited by the Belgrade High Girls’ soccer coach to help him with the JV team. Ashley went on to coach the Varsity team from 2011-2014. She worked as the Director of Coaching for Belgrade Rage, and when they combined with Blitzz, she moved over to coach in Bozeman and has been coaching on and off there ever since. Ashley has also coached for Montana ODP, and was an administrator for Region IV ODP, which allowed her to travel to observe and learn from the Nation’s best youth coaches, creating a strong network of contacts, and seeing some of the Nation’s best players develop over a 4-year period. Ashley values the collegiate playing experience, and her goal with RMFC is to allow our players from Montana to continue their dream of playing soccer at the next level. She believes that there is a place in the college game for everyone, and she would love nothing more than to help players achieve their goals.