2014 Wake Forest Invitational (A Doubles)
2014 Wake Forest Invitational (B Singles)
2013 Tribe Invitational (Sones Doubles)
2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman)
Shifted around the singles lineup for the Demon Deacons, seeing time at Nos. 2, 3 and 4 during the season... Finished the season with a 14-19 singles mark and a 21-8 record in doubles play... Earned 11 of her 14 singles victories in dual-match play, including six wins against ACC opponents... Defeated Maryland's Kristina Hovsepyan at No. 4 singles for the clinching point in Wake Forest's 4-1 first-round victory at the ACC Championship... Dropped No. 66 Sarah Pham of Utah in three sets at the Tribe Invitational... Put together a season-long four-match winning streak at No. 3 singles from Feb. 8-23... Partnered with Luisa Fernandez in all 29 doubles matches... Opened the fall by capturing the title in the Sones doubles flight at the Tribe Invitational on Sept. 21... Placed second at the National Collegiate Tennis Classic... Defeated a pair of ranked opponents in the fall... Played all dual matches at No. 2 doubles with a 14-7 record while reaching a national ranking of No. 50 on Feb. 11... Downed Alexandra Stanova and Olivia Gaudreault of Maryland in the first round of the ACC Championship to clinch the doubles point for Wake Forest.
Redshirted the 2013 season.
A five-star recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network ... Ranked as the fourth-best recruit from the state of New Jersey and among the top 50 nationally ...Has held the No. 1 ranking in the USTA Middle States section 18-and-under rankings since the age of 14 ... Played four years at No. 1 singles for Princeton Day School, which was coached by her father Will Asch, winning all but two matches and earning first place in seven of eight tournaments that she competed in ... Won four Mercer County singles championships, one national tournament and many championships in the Middle States section
Born May 27, 1995 in Morristown, N.J. ... Daughter of William Asch and Gina DelGiudice
The Deacons fall in the opening round of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend
The Demon Deacons take on #28 Auburn on Saturday, followed by either #10 Georgia or #71 Samford on Sunday.
The Deacons shut out College of Charleston and Winthrop with 7-0 scores
Kasey Gardiner won her first set before play was abandoned
Samantha Asch earned clinching points in singles and doubles