Albertus Athletics will be running "#FearlessFalcon Feature" throughout the next few months (every Monday and Friday). The Sports Information Department reached out to the Class of 2020 and gave them the opportunity to be highlighted on albertusfalcons.com.
Name: Ashley David
Hometown: West Islip, N.Y.
Graduation Year: 2020
Program: Math Education
Resident or Commuter: Resident
Your Albertus Story
Why did you choose Albertus?
Going to Albertus allowed me to focus on my studies while still playing the sport I loved.
Clubs, Activities, Volunteering:
Honors Program, Lead Admission Ambassador, Writing Center, Math Tutor, Psychology Mentor, SAAC member, Orientation Leader
Favorite Professor: Doctor Case
Favorite Class: Technological App in the Classroom
Favorite Place on Campus: Training Room
Honors and Awards:
Dean's List (every semester), GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team (2019), Fearless Falcon (2019), Women's Volleyball Falcon Award (2019), Admission Ambassador of the Year (2019), Women's Volleyball MVP (2017)
Your Albertus Athletic Story
Sport Played at Albertus: Volleyball
Years Played at Albertus: 4
Who is your funniest teammate and why?
Oh definitely Peyton Davis: She is always dancing or making a TikTok, has this ugly cry that makes me laugh every time, and she dressed as a grandma for our Halloween practice.
Most memorable game or athletic event:
Our home game against Saint Joe's Maine this year. We won 37-35 in the fourth set to take the match. Easily the best game of my life.
What is the greatest lesson you've learned from being a student-athlete?
There are so many hidden lessons in sports than relate to life. The greatest one being that when you get tired or life gets hard, you have to keep going. Persevere through every obstacle.
3 Words Used to describe your experience: Irreplaceable, Unforgettable, Motivating
Our next #FearlessFalcon Feature gives us a look at Matt Cotto, a men's soccer player from Stratford, Conn.