Duke Women's Soccer BIO
23 Ashley Rape
Regional Team Experience: Member of her ODP Region squad since she was 14 years old.
Redshirt Junior (2011): Started all four games in which she appeared before suffering a torn ACL on Aug. 28 in a 3-1 win over second-ranked Notre Dame … recorded an assist in a 2-0 season-opening victory over Army … helped lead Duke to three shutouts in four games played ... played 288 minutes.
Redshirt Sophomore (2010): Tri-Captain ... earned a place on the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Third Team ... named a Primetime Performer by CollegeSoccer360.com on Nov. 15 ... started in 22 games ... tallied 1,758 minutes, the fourth highest on the team ... recorded two assists, one in the victory over Clemson and one in the victory over California in the NCAA Tournament ... took 16 shots ... member of a defensive unit that registered 10 shutouts ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III selection.
Sophomore (2009): Did not play due to a torn left ACL.
Freshman (2008): Earned Soccer Buzz First Team Freshman All-America, Second Team All-Southeast Region, All-Freshman Southeast Region, and National Freshman of the Year finalist honors ... named to theTopDrawerSoccer.com All-Rookie Second Team and All-ACC Freshman team ... started in 15 matches before tearing her ACL ... tallied her first and second career goals in her first collegiate game versus Coastal Carolina ... had the game-winning goal against Maryland ... recorded her first career assist against N.C. State ... logged 1,232 minutes, second most among freshmen ... led Duke to eight shutouts in 15 matches before being injured with a torn left ACL.
High School/Club: Listed as the fifth-best recruit in the 2008 class by Soccer Buzz ... Texas Gatorade Player of the Year ... Parade and adidas All-America ... as a senior, totaled 19 goals and 21 assists ... Southwest Preparatory All-Conference ... led her squad to a third place finish at the Southwest Preparatory Conference Championship ... was featured in the Feb. 18, 2008 issue of Sports Illustrated in the "Faces in the Crowd" section ... Parade and NSCAA/adidas All-America as a junior ... Dallas Morning News All-Area first team and All-District pick and were SPC Champions her junior year ... as a sophomore, collected 22 goals and seven assists ... named Parade All-America, NSCAA/adidas All-America, Dallas Morning News All-Area second team, All-District and were SPC Champions ... for her freshman year, totaled seven goals and six assists, while being named Dallas Morning News All-Area second team and All-District ... member of the 2007 Sting Dallas club team that won the USYSA Region III West Premier League Championship ... led Sting Dallas to the 2008 U.S. Youth National finals ... played for the Dallas Texas 90 Girls club team from 2003-07 ... the squad was a National Championship finalist in 2007, USYSA National Championship semifinalist in 2005, USYSA Southern Regional finalist in 2006 and USYSA Southern Region semifinalist in 2004 ... USYSA Region III West Premier League Champions from 2004-07 ... lettered in track and field as a freshman and junior.
Personal: Full name is Ashley Jordan Rape ... born May 23, 1990 in Denver, Colorado ... daughter of Scott Rape and Deborah Schrier-Rape ... has one brother, Austin (22) and one sister, Avery (19) ... Avery is a sophomore on the Duke women's soccer team ... member of Spanish National Honor Society and National Society of High School Scholars ... her grandfather, Robert Schrier, was three-time All-Conference in baseball and basketball at DePauw University (1953-1957) ... he is also a member of Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame ... a three-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... named to the 2010 Fall and 2011 Spring Dean's list at Duke ... majoring in political science with a markets and management certificate.
Rape's Career Statistics:
*Injured in 2009