Kristen Ashly
About Kristen Ashly
Kristen lives and breathes for college football, college basketball, baseball, and football. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies, and received a Master’s in Journalism from UMass.
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Taylor cements importance in Badgers offense

September 4, 2017 0

Wisconsin Badgers running back Jonathan Taylor proved to be detrimental to the 59-10 victory over Utah State at Camp Randall Stadium, Friday night. The true freshman’s confidence and talent is causing a storm for the […]

Celtics’ Kelly Olynyk denies dirty play

May 6, 2017 0

It was announced early Saturday, Washington’s Kelly Oubre will be suspended for Game 4 of the series against Boston, following an ejection and a foul on Celtics’ Kelly Olynyk, drawn during the early part of […]

‘Deadpool’: Perfect Marvel Adaptation

February 19, 2016 0

Two kinds of people are running to the theater to see the newest Marvel adaptation, Deadpool: those who are buying tickets to see an explicit and R-rated comic book comedy, and those who are buying […]

College Basketball’s Top 25: Post Week 13

February 10, 2016 0

By: Kristen Ashly This season of college basketball has been anything but typical. The latest AP rankings, as well as my own, has the Villanova Wildcats sitting high on top, marking the first time in […]

College Basketball’s Top 25: Post Week 11

January 27, 2016 0

By: Kristen Ashly Almost immediately after becoming the No.1 team in college basketball, the Oklahoma Sooners lost their second game of the season to the Iowa State Cyclones. It was only the beginning of a […]

College Basketball’s Top 25: Post Week 9

January 12, 2016 0

By: Kristen Ashly Kansas proved their point when pushed to three overtimes by Oklahoma in perhaps the most exciting game of the 2015-16 college basketball season, thus far. Kansas takes my top spot after their […]

College Basketball’s Top 25: Post Week 6

December 22, 2015 0

By: Kristen Ashly My latest poll has a lot of shifting within the rankings, but little turnover in terms of new team arrivals. Only Utah and South Carolina arrive as newcomers, while UConn and UCLA […]

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