|33 Ashley Berra
"We have very high expecations for her. She has great speed and is very athletic and when she plays with confidence she is next to impossible to defend. She has great ability to get in behind defenses with her pace."
2009 (Junior) - The 2009 C-USA Offensive Player of the Year had an explosive junior season, connecting for 15 goals, the second-most in any single-season for a Lady Tiger ... Added eight assists for 38 points on the season ... Netted two goals in one match at Houston and at Marshall ... Posted game-winners in four matches during the regular season ... Recorded two assists in a single match twice, coming against SMU during the regular season and C-USA Tournament ... Named to the topdrawersoccer.com National Team of the Week on October 26 ... Received recognition as a College Soccer 360 Primetime Performer of the Week on Novemember 10 for her performance during the C-USA Tournament ... Selected to the All-C-USA First Team andNSCAA All-Central Region First Team ... Became the first Lady Tiger to be honored as a NSCAA Second Team All-American.
2008 (Sophomore) - Was one of the Lady Tigers' biggest scoring threats ... Fourth on the team with five goals ... Tied for second in assists with four ... Played in all but one game, starting 15 ... Scored game-winning goal in C-USA semifinal match against UCF ... Netted game winner at Tulsa ... Also scored goals against Ole Miss, SMU, and in the C-USA championship match against East Carolina ... Had assists against Alabama, UTEP, UCF, and UAB.
2007 (Freshman) - Appeared in 20 of 22 matches for the Lady Tigers, starting nine ... Became the Lady Tigers clutch scorer as she scored five of her six goals in the last five games of the season, going on a four-game scoring streak ... Scored Memphis' game-winning lone goal in the second round of the C-USA Championship ... Nailed three goals over the course of the C-USA Championship ... Named the Most Valuable Offensive Player ... Was named to the Soccer America Team of the Week for her performance during the championship ... Finished her rookie campaign with six goals and one assist, the sixth-highest point scorer on the team.
Prior to Memphis - A member of the Tennessee ODP Team ... Named to the Commercial Appeal's Best of Preps ... Was named all-state and all-metro ... Played for Memphis assistant coach Jodi Grant's Memphis Mecury squad in the summer of 2006 ... Set a single-season school record at Cordova with 48 goals and 18 assists ... Also lettered four years in softball.
Personal - Born July 20, 1988, in St. Louis ... Parents are John and Susan Berra ... Actively involved in her church ... Enjoys watching TV, working and playing soccer ... An interdisciplinary studies major.