2013-14: Earned Academic All-Mid-American Conference honors . . . Named to the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Academic All-America team . . . ITA Academic All-American individual recipient . . . Competed in 20 overall matches while posting a 7-5 dual mark . . . Went 3-0 at the No. 4 position . . . Captured MAC wins over Northern Illinois, Akron and Eastern Michigan . . . Helped the Cardinals to six league wins which marked the most Mid-American Conference regular season wins in school history . . . Posted a 10-5 doubles mark with teammate Courtney Wild.
2012-13: Played in a total of 19 matches for the season . . . Started playing at the No. 6 position during Mid-American Conference action posting wins over Toledo, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan . . . Earned a straight set victory (6-4, 6-1) over WMU’s Caroline Aleck in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals, helping Ball State advance to the semifinal round for the first time since 1998 (4/26) . . . Played in five doubles matches . . . Defeated Milwaukee 8-3 with teammate Kristel Sanders at the No. 3 spot (1/26) and Northern Illinois 8-0 with Lauren Pickrel (4/22).
BALL STATE: Majoring in Biology . . . 2011-12: Saw action in a total of 35 matches including the fall and spring seasons . . . Captured her first collegiate victory as a Cardinal in a three set defeat over IUPUI to open spring competition . . . Earned back-to-back victories over Wright State and Detroit Mercy both resulting in straight set wins . . . Managed a 4-6, 7-6 (5), 10-7 Mid-American Conference win at Buffalo to start the conference season . . . Played at No. 3, 4 and 5 singles . . . Went 8-7 at No. 2 doubles also played at No. 1 doubles with classmate Courtney Wild . . . Fall 2011: Competed in 11 singles matches in the fall . . . won two straight matches at the Ball State Fall Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Bishop Dwenger High School.... played for Ann Schenkel . . . reached individual regionals freshman year; team regionals and individual semi-state sophomore year; team sectionals junior year; and team state senior year . . . helped Bishop Dwenger win conference three out of the four years . . . received the MVP award all four years Named first team all conference and first team all area all four years . . . named first team all state freshman and sophomore year and second team all state junior and senior year . . . named Player of the Year senior year.
PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Diana Rang. Born June 25, 1992, in Fort Wayne, Ind. . . . has three siblings: Older sister Alexa, older brother Austen, and younger sister Audrey. Full name is Ashlyn Clayre Rang.