Position
Infield
Height
5'8
Class
Junior
Hometown
Alexandria, La.
B/T
R
High School
Alexandria HS

2000 NFCA First-Team All-American
2000 SEC Player of the Year
2000 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
2000 First-Team All-SEC
2000 Louisiana Player of the Year
2000 First-Team All-Louisiana
2000 SEC Player of the Week (March 27)
1999 NFCA First-Team All-American
1999 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
1999 First-Team All-SEC
1999 LSU Female Athlete of the Year
1999 NCAA Region 5 All-Tournament Team
1999 First-Team All-Louisiana
1999 SEC Player of the Week (March 23)
1998 Second-Team All-Louisiana
1997 NFCA Second -Team All-South Region
1997 Second-Team All-SEC
1997 First-Team All-Louisiana

SENIOR SEASON (2000)
First Tiger to be named two-time first team All-American at third base … Also first Tiger to be named SEC Player of the Year … Honored as first team All-SEC, NFCA All-South Region, Louisiana Player of the Year and first team All-Louisiana for her senior season performance … Finished the 2000 season batting .431 and is the first Tiger to complete the season with an average over .400 … Had 59 runs, 91 hits, 14 doubles, eight triples, 10 home runs and 63 RBI for her senior season … Finished her career at LSU hitting .368 with 159 runs, 270 hits, 52 doubles, 19 triples, 23 home runs and 167 RBI … Started in 254 of 258 games played as a Tiger…Set a Tiger single season record for hits in 2000 with 91 … Holds the single season record for doubles with 20 and career with 52 … Second on the team career home runs totaling 23 at LSU … Set the single season record for RBI in 2000 with 63 … Has the highest slugging percent at LSU with .716 … Also has the highest career batting average at .368.

JUNIOR SEASON (1999)
Was the first LSU softball player to be named a first-team All-American as a third baseman … Drafted in the 1999 WPSL Senior Draft by the Akron Racers … Named to the All-SEC, All-Louisiana and NFCA All-South Region first team … Selected to the NCAA Region 5 All-Tournament Team … Was the SEC Player of the Week for March 23 … Had the second highest batting average for the team at .377 … Had 19 multiple-hit games and eight multiple-RBI games … Holds the team record for the most doubles in a season at 20 and for her career at 38 … Hit five home runs for the season and has a total of 13 for her career, which is only three behind the school record … Played in 65 of the team’s 66 games … Has played in 187 of the 196 games in the program’s three-year history … Had 39 RBIs for the season including four against USL on March 16 … Was second on the team with 110 assists for the season and 374 for her career … Had seven assists against Arkansas on May 16 … Was third on the team with 136 putouts … Had 13 putouts against Bowling Green on March 11 … For the season had 69 hits, three triples and 37 runs scored … Also played catcher for the Tigers.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (1998)
Named to the All-Louisiana second-team … Started in 62 games and played in 64 … First on the team with nine doubles, second in assists with 131 and tied for second with four home runs … Led LSU to a 49-13 record when she started at third base … Hit .318 for the season with 36 runs and 25 RBI … Second on the team with 57 assists and third with 17 runs against SEC opponents … Had 15 multiple hit games … Went 3-for-4, including one home run against Alabama at the SEC Tournament.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1997)
Second team NFCA All-South Region … Named to the second team All-SEC and the first team All-Louisiana Collegiate Softball team … Another of LSU’s infielders that played and started in all 55 regular season games … Third on the team with a .331 batting average … Led the team with 40 RBI and had four home runs … Hit LSU’s only grand slam against Grambling on February 23 … Tied for team-high honors with seven triples … Was 3-for-3 with five RBI, including two triples against Ole Miss on March 30 … Hit game winning home run in bottom of the eighth inning in 4-1 win over Georgia on April 11 … Had 14 multiple-hit games.

HIGH SCHOOL
Helped lead the team to the 1993 and 1994 district championships … Named All-District from 1993-1996 … In 1995 helped lead team to a semifinal berth in 4A Championships … Batted .531 with 16 doubles and 28 RBI in 1995 on her way to being named MVP of her team as a shortstop … Also named to the All-Central Louisiana team from 1993-1996.

PERSONAL
Full name is Ashlee Bernadette Ducote … Parents are Richard and Bernadette Ducote … Graduated with her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology in 2001 … Born on Aug. 19, 1977.

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