Sophomore Season 
After sitting out the 2009 season due to injury, Guile returned in a big way in 2010. The sophomore led the team with a .382 average, 15 doubles, 42 RBIs, 35 walks and a .520 on-base percentage. Guile’s breakout season was one of the top years for a sophomore in school history, as her doubles were the most ever by a Husker sophomore and her average ranked third.
The totals Guile put up as a sophomore also ranked among the best in Husker history, regardless of class. Her .382 average ranked eighth in school history – the highest mark since All-American Anne Steffan batted .388 in 2005. Steffan and Guile were the only two Huskers to hit .380 during the first decade of the 21st century. Guile also tied for fourth in the Nebraska record books with 15 doubles, while tying teammate Julie Brechtel for the single-season hit-by-pitch record (11). Guile also showed patience at the plate, drawing 35 walks, the sixth-highest total in Husker history. In a doubleheader with Central Michigan on Feb. 19, Guile walked seven times, including four times in game two to tie the Nebraska record for walks in a game. She delivered a two-run single in her official at bat against CMU.
Guile began the season as NU’s starting catcher, but the elbow injury that kept her out of the 2009 season forced her to move into the designated player role for most of the last month of the year. She started 39 games behind the plate, while also starting 10 games as the designated player and 10 games at first base. Guile, who hit .480 with a .594 on-base percentage and a .680 slugging percentage as the designated player, ranked among the top five Big 12 hitters in on-base percentage (third), average (fifth) and walks (fifth).
In league games only, Guile ranked third in doubles (five), fourth in hits (21), seventh in average (.404) and ninth in on-base percentage (.492). Her .404 average in Big 12 play was the fifth-highest mark ever by a Husker and the highest in six years.
Defensively, Guile committed only five errors in a team-high 359 chances to post a .986 fielding percentage, despite dealing with the elbow injury.
Guile’s standout season earned her first-team All-Big 12 honors and a spot on the NFCA All-Midwest Region second team. She was the first Husker catcher to earn first-team all-conference honors since Jenny Smith in 1997, and the first to earn a spot on the all-region squad since Smith in 1998.
Redshirt Season 
Guile was expected to be a major contributor for Nebraska in 2009, but never saw the field. Guile was slowed early in the season while recovering from offseason elbow surgery on her throwing arm, and she elected to sit out the season as a redshirt. Although the injury limited her ability to work on certain aspects of her game, Guile focused on her conditioning and mental training.
Freshman Season 
Guile immediately stepped into the middle of the Husker order, while earning starts at catcher (25 games), third base (3 games), first base (1 game) and designated player (21 games). She started the first 36 games before a concussion sidelined her in the middle of April and caused her to miss her only three games of the year.
Guile led the team with 25 walks, the most by a Husker freshman since three-time All-American Jennifer Lizama walked 26 times in 1997. Guile’s .383 on-base percentage ranked third on the team and was first among non-slappers. She drew more walks (25) than strikeouts (22) and was the only Husker to accomplish that feat. In clutch situations, she hit .294 with two outs while producing six RBIs. Guile finished the year with seven multi-hit games and three multi-RBI contests.
She recorded NU’s first walk, hit and RBI of the year against California in the season opener, then added NU’s first extra-base hit the same day against Idaho State. She hit safely in the first four games of the NFCA Leadoff Classic, adding a pair of doubles, three RBIs and the first three runs scored of her career. Guile enjoyed a breakout performance in seven games in Las Vegas, finishing with a .444 average (8-for-15) in the desert with five RBIs and a .600 on-base percentage. She recorded her first three multi-hit games in Las Vegas and also drove in a career-high three RBIs against Southern Utah.
Guile burst onto the scene in Big 12 play, recording three of NU’s six hits in a two-game series at Texas in the opening weekend of conference play. She hit safely in both games as part of a career-best six-game hitting streak where she went 9-for-19 with four RBIs. Later in the league slate, she hit her first career home run, a game-tying, seventh-inning solo shot against Kansas. Defensively, Guile committed only two errors in 180 chances, including only one at catcher.
Guile is the third Olathe East player to sign with Nebraska since the 2003 season. She was a four-time state champion at Olathe East and was named a 2006 first-team high school All-American by the NFCA. Guile was a repeat selection as a first-team All-American in 2007.
As a sophomore, Guile’s .624 on-base percentage in 2005 was an Olathe East record, a notable accomplishment for a program that has produced more than a dozen Division I players. She also boasts two of the top four season averages in school history, the top on-base percentage (.624 in 2005), the fourth-best slugging percentage (.864 in 2006), second-most RBIs (35 in 2006), third-most hits (45 in 2006), second-most doubles (14 in 2006 and 2007) and fourth-most triples (4 in 2006 and 2007).
Guile enjoyed an outstanding junior season in 2006, hitting .556 with 14 doubles, 35 RBIs, a .556 on-base percentage and an .864 slugging percentage. As a senior, she hit .507 with 14 doubles, four triples, 30 RBIs and an .826 slugging percentage while striking out just once in 69 at bats.
The daughter of Tony and Glenda Guile, Ashley Nicole Guile was born on June 30, 1989, in Overland Park, Kan. Ashley has one brother, Anthony. Ashley earned her degree in special education with a coaching endorsement in December of 2011.