2009: Played in 21 matches with six starts ... Moved into the starting lineup against South Alabama and was a starter for the three matches while Rebecca Howell was injured ... Started both the Vanderbilt and Kentucky matches and responded with an assist on Caitlin King's first goal against Vanderbilt, her only point of the season ... Tallied 717 minutes, including a season-high 68 against Dayton.
2008: Played in 12 matches ... Took five shots ... Scored in the 80th minute against Grambling and also had an assist on Monica Afanador's goal inthe 74th minute of the same match ... Played a season-high 46 minutes against Mississippi State, registering one shot.
2007: Saw action in 14 contests ... Played a season-high 48 minutes against Pittsburgh ... Scored first career goal in 77th minute against Troy ... Goal was the game-winner ... Had a two-goal game against Pittsburgh, scoring the game-winner in the 25th minute ... SEC Freshman of the Week (Sept. 10) after her three-goal weekend against Troy and Pittsburgh.
High School: Graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic where she played for Gilbert Jean-Baptiste ... Also played for Tophat 07 Gold with Tom Stone and Todd Schulenerger ... Two-time team captain at Blessed Trinity ... Spent six years in the Georgia ODP ... three-time Georgia HS State Champion, scoring the winning goal in 2006 and 2007 ... 2007 AJC N. Fulton County Player of the Year ... 2006 AJC All-County First Team ... 2007 ODP Region 3 Team ... Helped her ODP team to a third-place finish at Nationals in 2005.
Personal: Ashley Catharine Marks ... Daughter of Terry and Cecile Marks ... Has two siblings: Courtney (23) and Bret (18) ... Father played baseball at Southern Cal and in the San Francisco Giants organization; mother ran track at Southern Cal; sister graduated from Boston College where she was a member of the soccer team.