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Ashley Jones
Ashley  Jones


Alexandria, Va.

High School:
T.C. Williams


At Virginia: Member of the varsity 8+ boat that won the 2005 and 2006 ACC Championship in that event ... finished third with the varsity 8+ crew at the South/Central Regionals ... member of the varsity 8+ boat that finished fourth at the 2005 NCAA Championships ... gold medalist with the first varsity 4+ crew at the 2004 Central/South Region Sprints ... member of the NCAA Champion varsity 4+ boat at the 2004 NCAA Championships ... member of the youth eight crew that finished first at the Head of the Charles (fall 2003).

High School: Virginia Scholastic Championship: 2000 (1st), 2001 (1st), 2002 (1st), 2003 (1st) ... Stotesbury Cup: 2002 (1st), 2003 (3rd) ... National Scholastic Championships: 2000 (2nd), 2002 (3rd) ... Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Championships: 2000 (3rd), 2003 (1st) ... 2002 Junior National CanAmMex team ... 2003 Junior National Team: Junior World Championships (3rd) ... Washington Post All-Metropolitan: 2002, 2003 ... National Honor Society member.

Personal: Born August 2, 1985 in Alexandria, Va. ... daughter of Harry Jones and Tracy Hollingsworth ... has an older brother, Zachary Hollingsworth Jones, and two younger brothers, Schuyler Hamilton Jones and Owen Morgan Jones.


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