10 Ashley Morello
10 - Ashley Morello
Height: 5-6
Year: So.
Hometown: Santa Cruz, Calif.
High School: Harbor
Previous College: Pitzer College
Position: OF
Major: Accounting/Economics
Bats/Throws: L/R

At Pomona-Pitzer: Completed her second season as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Softball team, where she plays in the outfield…2013: SCIAC All-Academic team...Batted .324 on the season from her leadoff position, while leading the team in runs scored with 21...Had two doubles and three RBI in a win over Lewis & Clark...Batted 5-for-8 with three runs scored in a home doubleheader with Chapman...Was 4-for-8 in a home doubleheader with Cal Lutheran...2012: Batted .368 on the year, while batting leadoff the second half of the season...Batted 3-for-5 in her first collegiate doubleheader against La Sierra...Batted 5-for-8 in a home doubleheader sweep of Cal Lutheran...Was 4-for-7 in a home doubleheader with La Verne, hitting a two-out single and scoring the winning run in a 6-5 win in the opening game...Batted 5-for-8 in a doubleheader sweep of Puget Sound...Was 4-for-8 in a road doubleheader sweep of Occidental...High School: Attended Harbor High School in Santa Cruz, California, where she played softball and soccer for the Pirates…Started for four years in the outfield on the softball team..Was an All-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League selection as a sophomore, junior and senior, while leading her team in batting average all three seasons…All-Santa Cruz County first-team selection as a sophomore and senior…Led Santa Cruz County and Monterey County in hits as a senior with 47...Also played for the Mize Diamonds 18 Gold team, participating at the Independence 18 Gold Tournament in Boulder, Colorado…Personal: Attends Pitzer College, where she majors in accounting and economics…Has one sister, who played soccer at Cabrillo College…Father is a realtor, and mother is an interior designer…Hobbies include art, snowboarding, hiking, and cooking/baking…Born March 26, 1993...Chose Pitzer “for its top notch academics and its small teacher to student ratio. I loved the feeling of the campus and the friendly atmosphere. It also gave me an opportunity to play NCAA softball for four years.”