|High School:||Bishop Kelly|
Academic Notes: Plans to study bio-med...3.30 high school GPA...Member of her high school Spanish Club, Key Club, Earth Club and History Club...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2012...Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete Award recipient in 2013.
2014 (Junior): All Big Sky Honorable Mention selection... Played in 20 games with 18 starts... Apart of a defense that record nine shutouts along with a 0.99 goals against average... Attempted two shots with one shot on goal.
2013 (Sophomore): Played in 14 games with four starts…Attempted three shots with one shot on goal…Team was 10-2-2 in games played, 2-2 in games started…Played at least 60 minutes in three games…Played a season-high 85 minutes against Eastern Washington.
2012 (Freshman): Played in nine games with one start...Earned first career start against Montana...Saw action in five of nine conference games...Attempted one shot against Florida Atlantic...Played a career-high 61 minutes against Florida Gulf Coast...Averaged 24 minutes per game.
High School: One-year letter winner and starter in soccer at Bishop Kelly HS...Also was a four-year letter winner and starter in cross country and two-year letter winner and starter in track at Bishop Kelly...Helped her soccer team to a district championship and third place finish in the state...Helped her cross country team to three straight district championships...Placed 10th in the state in 2009 and sixth in the state individually in 2010...Finished 26th individually at the Nike Cross Regionals and helped team to a second place finish to advance to Nationals...Helped her track team to a district championship in 2011 and second place finish in the state...Was a part of 4x400 team that set the state record in 2011...Also played for FC Nova club soccer team...Club team was two-time state and regional champions.
Personal: Ashlynn Jayne Curnow was born Dec. 14, 1993 in Boise, Idaho...Daughter of Adrian and Barbara Curnow...Three brothers, Brendan, Austin and Braedy...Enjoys being outdoors...Most exciting event was beating a top-20 Oregon Rush team at regionals in 2011...Chose NAU because she liked the school and the scenery and it reminded her of Boise...Also considered Chico, Westminster, Cal Poly and San Francisco during the recruiting process.