On Kemp: Graduated in 2008 as a four-year member of the Seminole women's golf team and as one of the most decorated and well thought of student-athletes in Florida State athletics history...among the most giving student-athletes in the history of Florida State athletics...earned the Golden `Nole for women's golf in 2008 which is given to the outstanding senior member of each athletic team at Florida State on an annual basis...the award is presented to the senior who exemplifies the best of the best student-athletes during their careers as student-athletes at Florida State...also earned the Shining Star Award from the Department of Athletics which was presented to her for her outstanding desire to give to everybody but herself during her time as a Seminole...she gave more than 1,100 hours of her personal time to numerous community service projects throughout her time at Florida State...earned the ACC Top Six Award in 2007 and the Seminole Impact Award in 2006...both awards are presented to top serviced-minded student-athletes in the ACC and at Florida State...the service oriented organizations she volunteered for during her academic and athletic career included: The Dick Hoswer Center for Underprivileged Children, the Tallahassee Senior Center, the Jefferson County Humane Society and the Pineview Elementary school...helped the women's golf team win a school-record four straight Florida State Athletics Director Awards for Community Service to bring the golf teams consecutive string of community service awards to a school record seven (2005-08)...earned playing time in seven events as a member of the Seminoles' B team during her career...earned her career-best finish of tied for fifth in the Florida State hosted Seminole Invitational during the fall of 2005...carded her career best single-round score (76), finished with her best 36-hole total (158) and her best score vs. par (+16) at the Bash at the Beach in Daytona Beach, Fla., during the spring of 2005...averaged 82.29 strokes in 14 rounds during seven events during her career.
Fall 2004: Played in two events - a dual match vs. West Florida and in the Lady Jaguar Invitational - as a member of the Florida State's successful "B" team...finished in 10th place in the individual standings against West Florida...shot her best round of the season, an 82, in the first round of the Lady Jaguar Invitational...averaged 84.50 strokes in four rounds during two events during her first collegiate season.
Spring 2005: Earned two top-10 individual finishes as she competed for the Seminoles' "B" team at the Lady Seminole Invitational and the Bash at the Beach...played the best tournament of her freshman season at the Bash at the Beach...earned the best finish of his career (tied for sixth), the best single-round score of her career (76), the best 36-hole score of her career (158) and the best score vs. par (+16) of her career at the Dayton Beach, Fl., event...of the 10 individual top-10 finishes by members of the Seminoles' "B" team, she earned three during the season...helped Florida State to third place finishes in both events...averaged a career-best 80.50 strokes in four rounds during two tournaments.
Fall 2005: Played in one event and helped lead the Seminoles' B team to the team victory at the Bubba Watson Invitational at the Stonebrook Golf Club in Pace, Fla...finished tied for 16th in the individual standings with scores of 78-83...her 78 in the first round had her tied for second among her teammates after 18 holes...averaged 80.5 strokes in two rounds during one tournament.
Spring 2006: Played in one event and earned the best individual finish of her career (tied for fifth) at the Florida State hosted Seminole Invitational...carded scores of 77-84 for a total of 161...her first round total of 77 placed her in a tie for first place in the individual standings after the first round...also came within one stroke of tying her career best for a single round with her score of 77...Averaged 80.5 strokes in two rounds during one tournament.
Fall 2006: Played in one event as a member of the Florida State's B team and helped the Seminoles to a sixth place finish in the event at the Stonebrook Golf Club in Pace, Fla...finished in a tie for 41st place with scores of 84 and 86...averaged 85.00 strokes in one rounds during two events.
Spring 2007: A member of the team but did not compete in any events.
Fall 2007: A member of the team but did not compete in any events.
Spring 2008: A member of the team but did not compete in any events.
Before Florida State: Graduated from Gaither High School in 2004 ... a U.S. High School Coaches All-American four times ... runner-up in the Florida State High School District tournament her senior season after earning medalist honors her junior season ... finished fourth in the Florida State High School Regional Tournament in her junior and senior seasons ... named Hillsborough County Girls' Golfer of the Year in 2002 and 2003 ... earned All-County and All-Western Conference First-Team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... earned all-conference second-team honors as a freshman ... the area golfer of the year by the Tampa Tribune as a junior and senior ... won the FHSAA district championship as a junior ... area Golfer of the Year by the St. Petersburg Times her junior season ... named Hillsborough County's Alvin A. Casey award winner as the Most Valuable Player in the county as a senior ... earned four varsity letters and was named team MVP all four years ... was team captain her senior season ... the top girls' golfer in Hillsborough County (Fla.) during her high school career who has competed at a high level during her golfing career.
Personal: Born Oct. 25, 1985 ... Ashley is the daughter of Jeff and Patti Kemp ... earned All-Western Conference academic honors each of her four years ... was the Parliamentarian of National Honor Society ... member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... an honor roll student throughout her high school career ... an academic standout at Florida State who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average during the spring of 2007, Dean's List honors during the fall of 2006 and was named to the ACC Honor Roll in 2007...began golfing at the age of five...inducted into the Seminole Torchbearers in 2008 for her leadership and outstanding contributions to the Florida State University community...very service orientated...helped the women's golf team win the Golden Nole for Community service in 2005, 2006 and 2007...earned the Seminole Spirit Award in 2006...volunteered as a Hurricane Katrina relief fund raiser and volunteered her time to the American Red Cross and the Special Olympics...gradauted from Florida State in 2008 with a degree in elementary education.