2011: Ashley Amistade set the program's career stolen base record (73)...ranks third in Panther history in hits (179) and runs scored (131)...led the team with a career-high 27 stolen bases, which also ranked 36th among NCAA Division I players...set the school record with her 65th career stolen base against Penn State (March 29)...posted career-highs in batting average (.321), RBI (12), putouts (52) and fielding percentage (.966)...made a start in all 51 games...named to the All-LSU Purple and Gold Challenge team, hitting .444 with a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts during the three-game tournament...recorded a 10-game hit streak (Feb. 20 to March 13)...had 13 multi-hit games, including three hits against Ohio State (April 6) and against Rutgers (May 1)...scored the winning run against Providence (Feb. 18) and Georgetown (March 20)...started all 51 games in left field...posted a 10-game hit streak and 13 contest with multiple hits.
2010: Amistade led the team with a career-high .320 batting average...also led the team in hits (57), runs (31) and at-bats (178)...tied for the team lead in triples (two)...started all 52 games and recorded a career-best 49 putouts...led the squad with 15 multiple-hit games...scored a run, stole a base and went 2-for-3 at the plate on March 7 against George Washington...stole two bases on March 20 against Georgetown...earned Big East Weekly Honor Roll on March 22 for her work at the JMU Invitational, which included a 3-for-4 at bat appearance against the host team...recorded two nine-game hitting streaks...blasted triples against Fairfield (Feb. 27) and Winthrop (March 19)...stole a season-best three bases in the Winthrop contest...collected season-highs with four putouts against Kentucky (Feb. 20) and Minnesota (Feb. 21)...scored the game-winning run against Oakland (March 6), Morehead (March 7), Drake (March 13), St. Francis (March 30), Georgetown (April 10), USF (April 21) and Syracuse (May 1)...drove in the winning run with her first hit of the game, in the 10th inning against Fordham (March 20).
2009: Amistade was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll after leading Pitt to three road victories, where she batted .625 and recorded four runs...drove in the team's only run against Massachusetts...led the team in stolen bases with a near-perfect 17 steals in 19 attempts...recorded 28 putouts on the season and a .912 fielding percentage...she had a 12 game hit streak, the second-longest on the team.
2008: Amistade made starts in all 56 games as a freshman outfielder...recorded 43 putouts defensively and stole 17 bases, while earning a .263 on-base percentage...became the fifth Panther to score four runs in a game, tying the single-game record on April 29 against Youngstown State...recorded her first run as a Panther in the Virginia Tech contest of the FIU Tournament...tallied a hit and scored one of Pitt's two runs in the championship game...scored a run in the Panthers shutout victory over Longwood in the Longwood Leadoff Classic...scored two runs and stole two bases at the UNLV Eller Media Classic...recorded an RBI single in the Panthers' second game against Rutgers...threw a strike to the plate to hold off a DePaul scoring threat that led to the Pitt win...scored two runs and recorded a RBI against the Blue Demons.
High School: Amistade was an all-section honoree as a senior...NFCA scholar athlete award winner...member of the two-time section champion Hillers in 2006 and 2007...ranks third on the Trinity all-time list for stolen bases...an honor student.
Personal: Born August 23, 1988...daughter of David and Lisa Amistade...has a brother, Shawn, and a sister, Heather...an information science major.
Incoming Freshmen Earn High School Softball All-America and All-Region Status
Softball Coaching Staff Tabbed Best in Mid-Atlantic Region by NFCA
Four Panthers Selected to All-ACC Academic Softball Team
Pitt Garners 11 Votes in Final USA Today/NFCA Top 25 Poll
Recapping the Historic 2015 Pitt Softball Season
Pitt Student-Athletes and Teams Win ACC Top Six for Service Award