Ashley Rodriguez
Ashley Rodriguez


Claremont, CA

High School:
St. Lucy's Priory HS


History Makers Highlight 2013 Iggy Awards

All-time leading scorer Alex Cowling claimed Female Athlete of the Year while Colin Welmon and Anthony Ireland shared the Male Athlete of the Year honor.


MBB | LMU vs. Gonzaga

2014 Homecoming game at Gersten Pavlion


MBB | WCC Championships Opening Round

LMU 65, Portland 54 - Orleans Arena


MBB | LMU vs. Pepperdine

Wells Fargo PCH Cup match-up on Jan. 24, 2013 at Gersten Pavilion


MBB | LMU vs. Portland St.

LMU vs. Portland State - Homecoming - Dec. 1, 2012


MBB | LMU vs. Pacifica

LMU 108, Pacifica 49 - Nov. 9, 2012

Ashley Rodriguez is a senior at LMU and in her third year competing for the Lions' cheer team... USA Nationals finalist in 2014... majoring in political science and Spanish... Dean's List in every semester at LMU... member of Pi Sigma Alpha... Phi Delta Phi Pre-law Honor Society... National Society of Collegiate Scholars... BCLA Advisory Board Scholarship... LMU William H. Hannon Scholarship...

High School...
Rodriguez was a two-year letterwinner in cheerleading at St. Lucy Priory High School... also a member of the Damien Spartan Spirit Squad... earned Academic Honors Award all four years (4.0 GPA and above)... Christian Service Award for 50-plus hours of service... National Honor Society recognition award... California Scholarship Federation recognition award... Gold Seal on her diploma...

Rodriguez was born August 19, 1994 in Pomona Calif.... parents are Lorraine and Edgar Rodriguez... has five brothers and sisters... volunteer work has included El Espejo Mentoring, Eucharistic Minister at Sacred Heart Chapel, ASLMU committees, Latino Student Union & Muevelo Committee, Feed the Hungry, Latino Overnight Committee and Red Cross summer youth volunteer... Interests include yoga, gymnastics, reading and watching horror movies...

Why I chose LMU...
"I chose LMU because I knew, without a doubt, that it was the perfect school for me! Not only did I fall in love with the bluff and the beautiful campus, but I also appreciated the welcoming and friendly vibe that I got from the students. As a first-generation college student, it was important to my family and my that I take this opportunity to receive the best education possible. For that reason, I really responded to the student-to-teach ratio, the close-knit community at LMU and its emphasis on service and faith! I already saw myself as a student here and I am so proud to call LMU my school. GO LIONS!"


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