2017-18 Ashland University Women's Basketball News

  • Eagle Women Meet, Greet Fans At Ashland County Fair
    September 19, 2017
    The start of the 2017-18 season is less than two months away, but Ashland University’s women’s basketball team already is drawing a crowd.
  • Ashland Women To Go To OSU, UConn For Exhibitions
    September 18, 2017
    Prior to starting its defense of its NCAA Division II national championship, Ashland University’s women’s basketball team will play two road exhibition games against some of the best Division I has to offer.
  • AU Women’s Kids Clinic In September, Breakfast In October
    September 12, 2017
    As part of its preseason activities, the defending NCAA Division II-champion Ashland University women’s basketball team will play host to a Kids’ Clinic on Sunday (Sept. 17) and its “Breakfast With The Eagles” on Oct. 21.
  • Second Group Of Ashland Women’s Honorees Highlights Display
    September 07, 2017
    The history of Ashland University women’s athletics display, on the second floor of Ashland University’s Physical Education Center, has been updated to reflect the second group of honorees.
  • SportsTime Ohio To Air More Than 50 AU Broadcasts
    September 06, 2017
    More than 50 home sporting events for seven different Ashland University programs will be broadcast on a tape-delayed basis on SportsTime Ohio during the 2017-18 athletic year.
  • Snyder Named 2016-17 D2CCA Midwest Scholar-Athlete Of The Year
    August 30, 2017
    Ashland University forward Laina Snyder was named one of 17 Division 2 Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) 2016-17 regional Scholar-Athletes of the Year on Wednesday (Aug. 30).
  • 2012-13 Eagles, Ramsey To Be Inducted Into Ohio Basketball HOF
    August 10, 2017
    It’s only been a little more than four years since Ashland University’s women’s basketball team won its first NCAA Division II national championship, but the team and its head coach will be immortalized among the best in Ohio basketball history next year. On Thursday (Aug. 10), the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame announced that both the 2012-13 Eagles and head coach Sue Ramsey will be inducted as part of a 2018 class that includes 17 individuals and six teams.
  • Eagle Women To Have Fans Be Part Of Ring Ceremony
    August 08, 2017
    Ashland University’s women’s basketball team drew large crowds to its games on the road to the 2016-17 NCAA Division II national championship. The Eagle women and the AU athletic department will be giving back to some of those loyal fans thanks to a contest which will allow 16 people to be a part of the team’s ring ceremony on Nov. 14 at 5 p.m. at Kates Gymnasium.
  • Fralick Throws First Pitch, Eagles Honored At Clippers Game
    July 19, 2017
    Almost four months since Ashland University’s women’s basketball team earned the 2017 NCAA Division II national championship in Columbus, Ohio, head coach Robyn Fralick threw out the first pitch at the Columbus Clippers game on Wednesday (July 19) night, and was joined on the field by members of the team.
  • Fralick Receives Multi-Year Contract Extension
    July 17, 2017
    Ashland University women’s basketball coach Robyn Fralick has signed a two-year contract extension to remain as head coach of the reigning NCAA Division II national champion Lady Eagles.
  • Pickens Elevated To Eagles Associate Head Coach
    June 22, 2017
    As a player on Ashland University’s women’s basketball team, Kari Pickens needed just two years to ascend to the top of the conversion of best player in program history. As a coach on the Eagle women’s hoops staff, Pickens has needed another short period of time to climb the coaching ladder, as she has been promoted to associate head coach by Ashland head coach Robyn Fralick.
  • Fralick, Eagle Women To Be Honored At Clippers Game
    June 20, 2017
    In March, Ashland University’s women’s basketball team won the 2017 NCAA Division II national championship in Columbus. In July, the Eagle women will return to Ohio’s capital to celebrate that national title with Ashland alumni – and the Columbus Clippers.