Ashland University’s athletic department has maintained a high level of consistency over the years. That was reinforced once again on Tuesday (May 29) morning with the release of the 2017-18 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Presidents’ Trophy (all-sports) standings. Ashland finished second in the Presidents’ Trophy race for the 13th consecutive season.
Ashland University junior Myles Pringle is a three-time NCAA Division II national champion. On Sunday (April 29) night, Pringle was a four-time ASHPY award winner, highlighting the third Eagle athletics awards show, presented by AU's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee in the Upper Convocation Center.
Fast becoming an end-of-school-year Ashland University Athletics tradition, the third annual ASHPY awards, presented by AU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, will be Sunday (April 29) at 7 p.m. in the Upper Convocation Center.
The third annual Student Athlete Academic Recognition Ice Cream Social took place on Monday (April 23) night at the Accent Room, and the event was a hit with administration, students and faculty alike.
Ninety-six Ashland University fall student-athletes have earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference academic recognition, as the conference's 2017 fall All-Academic Excellence and All-Academic lists were released on Wednesday (Jan. 17) morning.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team went to penalty kicks with Saginaw Valley State, but it was the Cardinals who advanced to the GLIAC championship game, edging the Eagles in a shootout, 3-1, on Friday (Nov. 3) night in Allendale, Mich. in the GLIAC Tournament semifinal game.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team scored three times in the second half on Tuesday (Oct. 31) and did not allow a shot on goal as the No. 2-seed Eagles shut out No. 7-seed Northern Michigan in the GLIAC Tournament quarterfinal, 3-0, at Ferguson Field.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team will play host to a GLIAC Tournament quarterfinal game for the third consecutive season when it welcomes Northern Michigan to Ferguson Field on Tuesday (Oct. 31) afternoon at 1 p.m.
Senior Morgan Bittengle scored the first goal of her hat trick just 56 seconds into the game as the Eagles routed the Dragons, 5-1, on Friday (Oct. 27) in nonconference action at Ferguson Field. The last time AU scored five goals in a game was in a 5-2 win over Saginaw Valley State in the GLIAC Tournament semifinal in 2014.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team scored three goals and the defense posted its fourth clean sheet of the season as the Eagles came away with a 3-0 win over Northwood on Senior Day, Sunday, Oct. 22 at Ferguson Field.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team had a chance to score an equalizer late against Saginaw Valley State, but the Cardinals just held on for a 2-1 win over the Eagles on Friday (Oct. 20) night at Ferguson Field.
Senior forward Morgan Bittengle recorded her second career hat trick as the Ashland University women’s soccer team dispatched host Northern Michigan, 4-1, on Sunday (Oct. 15) afternoon in Marquette, Mich.
The Ashland University women’s soccer team scored late in regulation to tie and then scored just 89 seconds before the end of the second overtime as the Eagles downed visiting Ferris State, 2-1, in a battle for second place in the GLIAC at Ferguson Field on Sunday (Oct. 8) afternoon.