Junior Attacker Nets Six Goals and Dishes Out Six Assists for 12-Point Game
Colonials In Search of Program-Record Third Straight A-10 Championship Bid
Colonials Spent 12 Days Playing and Touring Australia Ahead of 2014 Season
Bumgardner Ties Single-Season Assists Record as Colonials Wrap Season at 9-8
Fourth-Seeded Colonials to Face Top-Seeded No. 13 Massachusetts for Second Straight Year
2013: Appeared in all but one contest and made nine starts during sophomore season...Finished fifth on team with 23 points...Tallied 12 goals and 11 assists...Scored a career-high seven points against St. Bonaventure (April 12) with career-high three goals and career-high four assists...Took 23 shots and put 17 on goal...Picked up 17 ground balls, including a career-high four ground balls against Drexel (Feb. 16)...Won 11 draw controls, including three each against St. Bonaventure and at Massachusetts (April 26)...Caused seven turnovers, including four against Drexel...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2012: Appeared in all 17 games and logged 15 starts during first season...Scored 11 goals and dished out seven assists for 18 points...Her seven assists were fourth most on team and 18 points ranked seventh...Scored a season-high two goals against No. 19 Massachusetts (April 1) and at Richmond (April 6)...Dished out a season-high two assists against Villanova (March 14)...Won 23 draw controls for third most on team...Won a season-high eight draw controls in first career game against Howard (Feb. 15)...Picked up 11 ground balls...Tallied three ground balls against Howard and at St. Bonaventure (April 22).
High School: Totaled 88 goals, 37 assists, 96 caused turnovers, 78 ground balls and 115 draws during her four-year scholastic career at Battlefield...Was a two-time All-District and All-Region selection...Helped the Bobcats to regular-season District and Regional championships as a senior.
Personal: Born Allison Leigh Rash on Aug. 19, 1993, in Manassas, VA...Daughter of Lee Rash and Melinda Rash-Gehres...Has two older sisters, Krystyn and Lauren...Mother, Melinda, played field hockey and lacrosse at Longwood University.