|Hometown||Castle Rock, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Dana College (Douglas County HS)|
2009: Was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference defensive player of the week for the week of Sept. 14-20 after shutting out previously unbeaten Colorado Christian ... has a career 10 games played, a career of two wins, career of 37 saves, and a career two shutouts ... is in third for single-season wins (2), third in single-season saves (25), and third for single-season shutouts (2) ... played in seven games with five starts ... made 25 saves with a .781 save percentage.
br/>2008: Played in 88:03 minutes in three games as goalie ... had 12 saves and posted .800 save percentage.
Pre UCCS Notes:
2007:(at Dana) Saw action in 20 matches for the Vikings ... ranked fifth in the Great Plains Athletic Conference with a 1.32 goals against average ... posted a .755 save percentage ... led the GPAC with nine shutouts ... named Dana College Athlete of the Week after posting three consecutive shutouts.
2006:(at Dana) Played in 17 matches as a redshirt freshman ... posted a 2.01 goals against average and a .772 save percentage ... her 6.59 saves per game were the fifth-best mark in the conference.
Continental League All-conference honorable mention 2007. ... Defensive player of the week for NAIC and GPAC 2007. ... Played four years at Douglas County High School. ... Played club for Real Colorado.
Majoring in Sports Management. ... enjoys basketball, skiing, snowboarding and hanging out with friends. ... Parents Irving and Sylvia Armstrong. Majoring in Sports Management. ... enjoys basketball, skiing, snowboarding and hanging out with friends. ... Parents Irving and Sylvia Armstrong.
Stories featuring Ashley Armstrong
|October 1, 2010||Mountain Lions shut out Colorado Christian, sets new school scoring mark||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs beat the Colorado Christian Cougars 3-0 giving freshman goalkeeper, Kelly Schroeder her third shutout of the season.|
|November 1, 2009||Mountain Lions Qualify for Playoffs Despite Loss to No. 4 Metro State||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs qualified for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs on Sunday despite its 5-1 loss at the hands of the No. 4-ranked Metro State Roadrunners at Auraria Field.|
|October 30, 2009||Mountain Lions Stay Alive in Playoff Race with Big Win over Nebraska-Kearney||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs kept itself relevant in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff picture with a 5-0 victory over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 14, 2009||UCCS takes commanding Steel & Silver lead with win over Thunderwolves||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs took a commanding lead in the 2009-10 Steel & Silver Series Wednesday evening as the Mountain Lions women's soccer team defeated the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 1-0 at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 13, 2009||Freshman goalkeeper Millar named RMAC defensive player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs freshman Kayla Millar was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's women's soccer defensive player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.|
|October 9, 2009||Royer's goal enough as UCCS, Millar blank New Mexico Highlands||Meghan Royer scored in the 12th minute and freshman goalkeeper Kayla Millar earned her second career shutout at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Friday afternoon at Perkins Stadium.|
|October 2, 2009||Mitchell's hat trick propels Orediggers||Kayla Mitchell scored a hat trick to lead the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers to a 4-0 win over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in women's soccer action Friday afternoon at CSM Soccer Field.|
|September 25, 2009||No. 13 Metro State stops Mountain Lions||Talk about tough opening acts...|
|September 22, 2009||Armstrong named RMAC defensive player of the week||Ashley Armstrong, goalkeeper for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, was announced Tuesday as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference defensive player of the week.|
|September 18, 2009||UCCS scores on, beats previously unscored-upon Colorado Christian||When an offense that has struggled badly to score goals meets a defense that hasn't allowed a goal all season, the outcome should be predictable.|
|September 13, 2009||Inches prove to be the difference as Mountain Lions fall to Mavericks||"It's a game of inches" is, indisputably, a cliche affixed to all sports.|
|September 4, 2009||Dominant Defense Leads Mountain Lions to Shutout Victory Over St. Cloud State||Josi Heer's goal in the 58th minute and a dominant defensive effort lifted the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 1-0 win over the St. Cloud State Huskies Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|August 23, 2009||Mountain Lions tie Division I Air Force in exhibition match||In boxing, a counterpuncher waits his opponent out by using stifling defense while looking patiently for weaknesses or mistakes to exploit. Sunday at the Cadet Soccer Stadium two soccer counterpunchers went at each other.|