|High School:||St. Stephens & St. Agnes|
After a strong freshman performance, Holden's formidable attacking skills will be relied upon on the offensive end for her keen eye in seeing a teammate and the opening ... 2003: Played in 13 games, starting 10 ... 6th on the team with 11 points, Holden notched seven goals and four assists ... 8th on the team with 16 ground balls ... Had one caused turnover ... Scored three goals against #12 Cornell ... Notched two in Brown's next game against #12 Yale ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School, Holden also played basketball and field hockey ... A four-year varsity starter for four-time league champion lacrosse team ... School ranked #1 by Washington Post her junior season ... In four years, her lacrosse team recorded 88 wins, 3 losses, and 4 ties ... Tallied 114 goals and 114 assists during high school career ... Captained lacrosse team as a senior ... Named All-American, All-Met and team MVP in 2002 ... Three-year varsity starter on three-time league field hockey championship team ... Field hockey team won state championship as a sophomore ... Earned offensive MVP and All-League status, while leading the field hockey team in scoring ... Captained the basketball team, while earning MVP honors ... Awarded Outstanding Athlete in 2002 ... Dean's list four straight years ... Enjoys art and making tiled tables ... Personal: The daughter of John and Joan Holden, Ashley has three siblings, Jennifer,17, Abigail,15, and William,11 ... Undecided on a concentration.