A Softball player turned instructor, empowering young athletes to reach their competitive potential, build confidence and connect to their best selves, on and off the field.

Ashley grew up in Southern California and excelled at softball under The Firecrackers 18U Gold PGF Champions playing for Coach Tony Rico. After tearing her ACL as a junior in high school Ashley was able to rehab and earned a full ride scholarship to The University of New Mexico as their shortstop where she hit .349/ 17 HR/ 42 RBI… named Offensive MVP, Team Captain, first-team All-Mountain West Conference and second-team All-West Region starting every game at shortstop as a freshman. She transferred to top 5 program Cal State Fullerton her sophomore year and received numerous honors including 2006 Player of the year, 3 time All Conference, 3 time All American All Region, and lead the Titans in 5 hitting categories all 3 seasons. She currently stands tied for 3rd for career home runs at CSUF. She spent five years playing for Team Canada winning a gold medal in 2007 and a silver in 2004.


Ashley has been working with our daughter Brittany for over 7 years! Ashley spends time teaching the fundamentals of softball, the mechanics of becoming a consistent hitter and the mental game. She pushes Brittany to be able to self evaluate to make quick adjustments  in the batters box and on the field. Ashley has also provided Brittany with amazing opportunities to play for the top travel ball teams in the country as well as make college connections during the recruiting process. Brittany will be playing softball at the University of North Florida in the fall of 2019 because of the foundation Ashley built for our daughter.

Ed & Tracy Sundermier

Ashley has the ability to train the ordinary individual as well as experienced athlete. Ashley has had much success at the elite level. She has been trained by the best physical and mental trainers. She takes pride in her mental skills and how it applies to her physical teaching. The knowledge that Ashley has to offer is a great opportunity for anyone at any skill level.

Michelle Gromacki, Cal State Fullerton Head Coach/USA Softball Coaching Staff

Ashley’s credentials speak for themselves.  She has transformed my daughter’s softball skills and approach to the game in a tremendous way.  However, where I was more impressed was with Ashley’s impact on my daughter’s life apart from softball.  Ashley holds her accountable for her approach to school and life decisions.  Here her impact has been remarkable.  Ashley is a great life coach!

John Green



Jasmine graduated from D1 Cal State Fullerton. She was named Big West Conference Freshman Pitcher of the Year, All-Big West Conference First Team, and several Big West Pitcher of the Week. She held opponents to a .219 batting average season, which ranked third in the Big West. During her career, she tossed a no-hitter and received many victories over high ranked teams, which included SEC, PAC12, and BIG12. Jasmine has pitched and played against many Internationals Teams during her softball career, including the Japan Toyota Professional Team, Team USA, and Jr. National China Team. She has also played with the Argentina National Softball team in the World Cup.

Jasmine went to high school in Orange County, CA and was a three-time League MVP and a four-time all-league first-team selection. She was twice selected to the all-county squad, earning third-team honors as a junior and second-team laurels as a senior. She was named CIF Division IV Pitcher of the Year as a senior and was a member of the CIF Finalist team. She has an abundance of experience and knowledge as a pitcher, and her mission is to not only teach girls how to become the best athlete they can be, but the best individual they can be.



Meredith was the four-year starting catcher at DII Truman State University. She also served as co-captain her Junior and Senior years. She recorded multiple seasons with fielding percentages in the .900s and once with a 1.000 behind the plate with 123 putouts and 12 assists with no errors. Her philosophy that hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard applies to on and off the field training. From calling a game, to being a wall, Meredith will teach you all there is to know about working as a leader behind the plate.

Meredith went to high school in St.Louis, MO where she was named all-conference four times, twice first team (2005 & 2008) and twice second team (2006 & 2007) … was an honorable mention all-Metro in 2005 and 2008 by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She earned first team all-region in 2008 after hitting .437 with nine doubles and 22 runs batted in for Coach Emily Werner at Nerinx Hall and was a member of two Class 4 district championship teams.



•    Three-year varsity letterwinner at St. Joseph High School.
•    All-league and Lee Central Coast Newspapers All-Area selection as a junior.
•    Finished with the top batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage in the Pac 7 League as a freshman, earning all-league and all-CIF honors.
•    Named to the 2010 Santa Barbara News Press All-County and Best of the West All-Tournament teams.
•    Four-year member of the San Jose Sting club team.
•    Won the ASA/USA Softball 14U National Championship and was on the third-place 2012 Premier Girls Fastpitch Softball Nationals 18 Gold tournament team with the Sting.
•    Also earned letters in tennis, volleyball and soccer.
•    Named Pac 7 Defensive Most Valuable Player and Santa Barbara News Press All-County Goalkeeper in soccer as a junior.
•    Received St. Joseph’s 3 Varsity Sport Award in 2012.
•    Chapter president of the Make A Wish Club.
•    Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
•    Served as a youth leader, and participated in Music Ministry.
•    Daughter of Mike and Tricia Bouquet.
•    Has two sisters, Whitney and Claire.
•    Graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in theology
2017 NFCA Division I All-America Scholar-Athlete
2017 Notre Dame Athletics Community Champion
2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll
2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll
2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll
2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll

Hustle, train hard and give us your all, week after week, and we guarantee your game will improve. The best players in the world all started here.