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 AshLeigh Sebia 15
AshLeigh  Sebia

Plains, Pa.

High School:
Wyoming Seminary




Eagles Open Season With Shutout Victory Over Friars

Kelly Doton earns first career victory as head coach


Strong Returning Core Fuels Eagles in 2015

Led by nine returning starters, Eagles will contend in ACC


17 Earn ACC Honor Roll Accolades

Morris earns her fourth conference academic honor.


Field Hockey 2015 Captains Named

Kelcie Hromisin, AshLeigh Sebia, and Romee Stiekema have been selected to lead the Eagles next season


Seven Eagles Named to National Academic Squad

The honor recognizes student-athletes with a cumulative 3.30 GPA or higher in the fall semester

AS A JUNIOR (2014)
Played in 18 games, starting 15 ... tallied nine points on one goal and seven assists ... scored in the Eagles' 6-0 victory at Appalachian State (10/12) ... registered assists in wins vs. No. 7 Louisville (10/17) and No. 8 Virginia (10/24) ... Received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement, her third time receiving the honor.  

Played in 19 games, making 11 starts ... earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team ... tied for third on the team with 18 points ... tied for fourth on the team with seven goals ... also notched four assists ... took 19 shots on the season, including 15 on goal ... scored the Eagles' only goal in the 3-1 loss to No. 2 Syracuse in the ACC Tournament ... record first career hat trick and notched the gamewinner in the 5-2 victory over Harvard (10/23) ... tallied scores in the victories over Longwood (10/13), No. 20 New Hampshire (10/4) and Rutgers (8/31) ... also netted a goal in BC's 6-3 upset over No. 5 Syracuse in the first ACC game of the season (9/20) ... named to the Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... competed in USA Field Hockey's Under-21 Championship over the summer.

Played in all 19 games, making 14 starts ... led all freshmen with nine points ... tied for fourth on the team with four goals ... also fourth on the Eagles with 23 shots ... notched a goal and assist in the win over New Hampshire (10/14) ... scored the only goal in BC's 1-0 victory against No. 10 Northeastern (10/12) ... also notched the gamewinner for the Maroon and Gold's first ACC victory in the 2-1 victory at Duke (9/28) ... scored first collegiate goal in the win at Harvard (9/9) ... named to the NFHCA Academic Squad ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... competed in USA Field Hockey's U-21 Women's National Championship over the summer.

Helped Wyoming Seminary College Prep School win three Pennsylvania Division AA State Championships ... selected team MVP in 2011 ... three-time all-state first-team selection ... named first-team All-America as a senior ... two-time all-region first team ... two-time Citizens' Voice Field Hockey Player of the Year ... 2011-12 U19 Junior National Team that competed in Vancouver ... participated in the Futures Elite Championship before coming to campus ... 2011 PA Junior High Performance selection ... attended the 2011 Junior National Camp ... competed on the 2011 U.S. U19 National Team ... member of the 2011 U.S. Junior National Indoor Team that competed in Scotland ... also played soccer.

Enrolled as a communication major in the College of Arts and Sciences ... daughter of Mary Jo and Lew Sebia ... has one older sister, Alexa, and one older brother, Anthony.


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