CAREER: Ashley Habbel enters her final season for the Panthers...in her three year career, she ranks among all-time Pitt career leaders in goals (second with 17), points (second with 40) and shots (third with 90)...she enters the 2009 season needing just two goals and eight points to become Pitts all time career leader in each respective category...has eight game-winning goals in her career and is tied for second place with the most game-winning goals in a season (3 in 2008)...two-time Big East Academic All-Star.
2008: One of only five Pitt players to start all 20 contests...led the squad with six goals scored...ended the year with six goals, one assist and 13 points...finished second on the squad with 38 shots...tied a career-high and registered her first two goals of the season against Iowa State (Aug. 31)...named to the University of Illinois All-Tournament team after scoring two goals throughout the event...contributed a game-winning goal and assist against Penn (Sept. 5)...scored a goal in a contest against Providence (Oct. 12)...scored the game-winning goals against both Georgetown (Oct. 19) and South Florida (October 24).
2007: One of only three Pitt players to start all 18 games on the season...led Pitt with five goals, four assists and 14 points...tied for first on the squad with 26 shots...had three game-winning goals (Youngstown State, Niagara and Ohio)...scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win vs. Youngstown State (Aug. 31)...registered goal and assist in Pitt's 3-0 win vs. Niagara (Sept. 2)...recorded a goal and assist in 2-1 win vs. Xavier (Sept. 14)...scored game-winning goal vs. Ohio (Sept. 23)...finished with an assist vs. Syracuse (Sept. 28)...scored goal at Providence (Oct. 14)...registered assist vs. Marquette (Oct. 26)...named a Big East Academic All-Star.
2006: Saw action in all 19 games with six starts as a freshman...started each of Pitt's last four games...led Panthers with six goals, registered one assist and totaled 13 points...also finished fourth on the squad with 26 shots...scored a career-high two goals including the game-winner at Syracuse (Sept. 24)...finished with the game-winning goal and assist at Temple (Aug. 27)...scored first career goal in first career game vs. Central Arkansas (Aug. 25)...also notched goals vs. Georgetown (Oct. 13) and Providence (Oct. 20)...named a Big East Academic All-Star.
HIGH SCHOOL: Joined Panthers from Phoenixville, Pa. where she concluded her career with a total of 71 goals and 25 assists...received numerous awards throughout her career including All-League First Team, All-Southeastern Pennsylvania, All-State and PAC-10 Player of the Year...competed for the club team FC Delco and won the Super-Y league title in 2004... guided her team to a state runner-up finish and Region 1 Premier league Finalist position in 2005...competed in lacrosse as a sophomore, junior and senior...earned First Team All-league honors...named to the distinguished honor roll throughout high school.
PERSONAL: Born June 21, 1988...daughter of Harry and Marsha Habbel...has one brother and one sister...Applied Developmental Pyschology major.
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