There were two major changes for Ashley in her final season that worked out fantastically. First, it was her team. Alongside fellow captains Bridget Perry and Andreona Keys, she took over a leadership role and took responsibility for the direction of the Boilermakers. The second change was connected to the first, as Versyp put the ball in her hands, taking over the full-time point guard duties for her team. She was slotted to share ball-handling duties with sophomore Tiara Murphy, but she went down in the ninth-game with a season-ending injury, leaving Ashley with the lion’s share of the work. Ashley thrived in both roles. She found her voice on and off the floor, earning the respect and loyalty of her coaches and teammates and becoming the face of the program. She created for herself and others, learning the best times for each situation, and built on the big moments from her junior season and extended those into full-game takeovers.