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Ashley Dona   1
Ashley Dona


Johnstown, N.Y.

High School:



2013: Played in 15 games and made four starts...Notched two points on one goal...Scored a goal against Colgate (10/2)...Attempted nine shots on the year.

BEFORE SIENA: An offensive presence at Johnstown High School (Johnstown N.Y.)....Set records in career and single season goals scored, as she tallied 39 goals in her senior season...Led the Lady Bill to a second place finish in the section...Names an All-State selection and a First-Team All-Star...Led her team with 29 goals her junior season as she led her squad to the Section II Class B Championship...Broke single season record for goals in a single season, which was previous held by current assistant coach Kayla May.

PERSONAL: Born on February 11, 1995...Parents Thomas and Veronica Dona...Has one brother, Aaron who is 13...Participated in community service at the Fulton County YMCA from 2008-2013...Psychology major.

WHY I CHOSE SIENA: "I chose Siena for the small class sizes and the opportunity to play field hockey in college."

ZAPPONE ON DONA: "Ashley is going to be a great asset to our forward line. She has an eye for the goal cage and will use her speed and skills to score goals for our program,"


What I like most about Siena College: It's a small private school

Another Siena sport I follow: Baseball

My goal for the upcoming season: Work hard to help my team win games

My hobbies are: Exercising, Spending time with friends, shopping and playing field hockey

My before game routine: Eat some candy and listen to music...I enjoy eating watermelon sour patch kids.

Best advice I have ever received: What goes around, comes around and the cream always rises to the top

Person I look up to the most: Coach May

If I could have any pet, I would have: A monkey

My favorite reality TV show: Impractical Jokers on TruTV

My favorite vacation spot: Bahamas

My favorite sports team: The Giants and Syracuse Basketball

My favorite type of ice cream: Orange Pineapple

My favorite food: Mac & Cheese

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