March 31, 2004
Athlete: Tiger Woods
Professional Team: Seattle Mariners
Food: Meat (steak)
TV show: Friends
Movie(s): Finding Nemo
Class at WSU: Hospitality Business Management 181 (Introduction)
If you were stuck on a deserted island, what three CD's would you take?
1. Brad Paisly
2. Nickel Creek
3. Rascal Flatts
What is the best thing about Pullman? It's small, deserted, and quiet.
Where is your dream vacation spot? The Virgin Islands
If you could meet anyone dead or alive, who would it be? Mother Theresa
Do you prefer to live in the city or country? The country, away from the bustle of things.
What is your most prized possession? My family
What was the last book you read? My anthropology textbook
If you had the opportunity to play any course, what would it be? Pinehurst #2
Most confident shot on the course? Putting
Most difficult shot on the course? Long bunker shots
What are you doing when you're not playing golf? Sleeping or going to class.
If you could be on any reality show, what would it be? One of the ones you can win $1 million dollars on.
If you could be paired up against any golfer for a round, who would it be? Nancy Lopez
In ten years, where do you see yourself? Married and done with school.
What advice do you have for aspiring golfers? Nothing can prepare you for the commitment it takes to play at a collegiate level.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years in golf for the Seahawks under head coach Larry Gilhuly... played post for the junior varsity basketball team under Head Coach Rufus Smith...earned most improved player award her sophomore year...earned title "Ms. Clutch" during her freshman year for basketball...was golf team captain her junior and senior years...team MVP in golf all four years...scholar athlete all four years...placed first at the Narrows Classic Tournament as a junior...was first team all-league as a junior and senior...earned title "The Birdie Machine" during senior year...honored with 4-star varsity award and TAC athlete of the month as a senior...tied for first at the Seamount Jamboree...placed second as an individual at districts senior year.
WSU CAREER: Freshman (2002-03): Tied for fourth at Inland Collegiate with a 76 (+4), Feb. 21...tallied a 76 in the following tournament during the second round of the Lady Moc Classic, March 1...Sophomore (Spring 2004): Made her season debut at the Islander Spring Classic where she garnered a top 25 finish...carded her season low of 78 at the Inland Collegiate, Feb. 21...earned a top 10 finish at Inland Collegiate.
PERSONAL: Ashleigh Tichelle Gilhuly...born Aug. 15, 1983 at Redmond, Wash....parents Larry and Peggy Gilhuly...has one brother, Ryan...both parents attended and graduated from Washington State...brother Larry, currently attending WSU...cousin Carry Yerty played volleyball for the Cougars...cousin Josh Fewel played college football for Western Washington University...carried a 3.97 GPA throughout high school...four-year member, and treasurer of DECA and vice-president of Key Club...was a state champion and runner-up during her time as a DECA member...earned three presidential academic excellence awards...member of the National Honor Society...enjoys golf, community service, babysitting, and poetry...plans to major in business administration.