Photo Highlights From Rams vs New Mexico on September 22
2007 Named Mountain West Conference Setter of the Year and AVCA All-American honorable mention...Was one of two players to appear in all 110 games played...Tallied her second career triple double (52a-14d-10b) against Utah on Oct. 20...Also became just the eighth player in conference history to have two or more career triple-doubles...Named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week on Oct. 22 for the third time in her career...Recorded 80 assists at BYU on Sept. 22, good for the third most in school history for a five-game match...Amassed 1,509 assists, good for ninth in school history for a single season...Averaged 13.72 assists per game, the third most for a single season in school history...Currently sits in fifth place on CSU's all-time career assists list with 4,111 helpers.
2006 Started 30 matches at setter and played in 110 games...Had 1,384 assists on the season, including 22 matches of 40-or-more assists...Turned in a season-high 68 assists at UNLV...Ranks seventh in school history with 2,602 career assists...Earned her first career triple-double at Wyoming with 53 assists, 14 digs and 11 blocks...Had nine kills at San Diego State for a season high...Set a career high with 19 digs in the regular-season finale against Utah...Finished with 99 kills and hit .317...Finished the season with 10 double-doubles...Named Mountain West Co-Player of the Week and Mountain West all-tournament.
2005 The starting setter since the fifth match of the season, climbed to third on the freshman assists chart and ninth in school history in assists with 1,218...Was named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Week after the Rams played at TCU and won at Wyoming...Finished the season ranked sixth on the freshman blocks chart with 101, ninth on the freshman charts with 1.94 digs per game and 202 digs, and third with 0.30 aces per game; also tied for third with 31 aces...Had a career-high 65 assists at BYU and recorded 14 digs twice...Also had a career-high eight blocks against Utah in Moby Arena.
High School Earned 10 letters in high school, four in volleyball, four in basketball and two in track...Was the Southern Wyoming Athletic Conference Volleyball Player of the Year and was named the MVP of the state basketball championship...Led her volleyball team to conference championships in 2002 and `03, as well as a 2003 state championship in track, and a 2005 title in basketball...Holds the school record in the high jump...Was a three-time all-conference selection in volleyball and a two-time honoree in basketball; additionally earned all-state honors twice in track (2002-03), twice in volleyball (2004-05) and once in basketball (2005).
Personal Full name is Ashley Brooke Fornstrom...Is the youngest of two daughters of Jim and Salli Portz and Jeff and Sonja Fornstrom...Her older sister, Brittany, also played volleyball for the Rams...Was born in Cheyenne, Wyo., on July 19, 1987.