2009 Comcast Lobo Challenge All-Tournament Team
2008 Oregon Classic All-Tournament Team
2007 Big 12 All-Freshman
Saw action in all 34 matches, starting 11...Ranked second on the team in kills with 285 and kills per set with 2.50...Her 285 kills marks the third consecutive year she has broken the 250 mark...Recorded at least 10 kills in the 13 matches, with a season high 20 with only two errors on 48 attempts against Texas A&M on Oct. 10...Recorded second consecutive season with at least 50 blocks from her outside hitter position...Hit a season-best .545 against Colorado on Nov. 11 with 13 kills and only one error on 22 attempts...Had a season-high four blocks on four separate occasions and a season-high five digs once...Needs 142 kills in 2010 to top the 1,000-kill plateau.
Named to the 24-player U.S. Women's National A2 Program for 2009 becoming just the second player in Baylor history to be named to the A2 National Team...Earned a Silver Medal at the Open National Tournament playing for the USA Red team...Played in 106 sets and 31 matches, while earning 15 starts during the 2008 season...Recorded 258 total kills and added 12 service aces...Tallied 85 digs and added 51 total blocks...Recorded her first-career kill-dig double-double with 11 kills and 12 digs against Missouri...Tallied a career-best seven total blocks at Colorado...Season-best 17 kills came at Texas A&M...Named to the Oregon Classic all-tournament team...Reached double-digit kills on 11 occasions and recorded 10 or more points in 14 matches.
Appeared in 116 games and all 31 matches...Named to the 2007 Big 12 All-Freshman team...Recorded double-figure kills on 18 occasions including a streak of seven straight games...Tallied a career high 18 kills against Kansas...Recorded a hitting percentage of .625 against Texas Tech on 16 kills and one hitting error in 24 total attempts...Ranked as the highest single-match hitting percentage in Big 12 play by an outside hitter...Tallied a hitting percentage of .300 or better in eight matches...Recorded 16 service aces even though she did not serve through the first 12 matches of the season...Season high three service aces at Kansas and at TCU...Recorded 101 digs on the season, with a career high seven digs on two occasions...Career best five blocks against Stony Brook.
Two-year letterwinner at Cleburne High School in Cleburne, Texas, for coach Floyd Rogers...Led the Yellow Jackets to back-to-back district titles...Advanced to the regional semifinals as a senior and the regional quarterfinals as a junior...As a senior, posted 259 kills, 374 digs, 26 aces and 32 blocks, but was injured for 21 matches and did not play on the front row...Earned district co-MVP honors...As a junior, recorded 414 kills, 123 digs, 74 blocks and 25 aces en route to Texas Girls Association all-state Team honors...Also named to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram all-area first-team, was named district 8-4A's outstanding hitter and was named the county offensive player of the year...Named the MVP of the Northwest Tournament...Played club volleyball for Texas Advantage, where she helped lead her team to the 2004 American national championship and an 11th-place finish at the 2005 Open Nationals...Also earned one letter in soccer, earning all-district honors, and was named County Offensive Player of the Year...Off the court, named to the A-B honor roll and was a member of the student council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 4-H and volunteered for Whistle Stop Christmas.
Full name is Ashlie Kae Christenson...Born April 13, 1989, in Bedford, Texas...Daughter of John and Kim Christenson...Has a sister Kacie...Majoring in fashion merchandising.