|Hometown:||Prince George, BC|
|High School:||College Heights Secondary|
2007-08: Played in 19 games as a member of the defensive rotation...Recorded nine shots on the season.
2006-07: Was used in the Bears' blue-line rotation ... Missed just one game that while in Canada to accept an award as the Canadian women's baseball player of the year ... Scored first collegiate goal on Nov. 11 against Yale on a power play.
Before Brown: Selected to the British Columbia All-Star team in both 2005 and 2006 ... Selected to the U18 British Columbia Provincial Team in 2005 ... As team assistant captain, Asay helped lead BC Outback to back-to-back Provincial Championships ... A member of the Canadian National Women's Baseball Team ... Was a finalist for the Tip O'Neill Award as the top baseball player to hail from Canada, joining such finalists as AL MVP Justin Morneau and former NL Rookie of the Year Jason Bay ... Recipient of the Outstanding Performance in Technology Education Award and the Bronze Level Service Award ... Recipient of the Prince George Cougars/ Air Canada Cup Legacy Scholarship and the School District 57 Recognition Scholarship.
Personal: Amanda Karlene Asay is the daughter of George and Loris Asay of Prince George, British Columbia ... Has a brother, Bradley ... Undecided on a concentration ... Also a member of Brown's softball team.
GP G APTSPPGSHGPen/Min
Total 47 2 4 6 1 026/52