RECORD & HONORSCareer Singles Record: 11-17
Career Doubles Record: 4-6
2014-15 - SOPHOMORESingles Record: 7-9
Doubles Record: 2-2
- Opened the fall at the Furman Fall Classic by going 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles for the tournament.
- Saw limited action after the Furman Fall Classic due to injury.
2013-14 - FRESHMANSingles
- Earned her first career dual match victory in a 6-7, 7-6, 1-0 (6) battle with Alex Crofford of Western Kentucky at No. 6 singles (March 19)
- Earned second win against Vanderbilt's Maggie Leavell 6-2, 6-1 (Nov. 1)
- Gained a victory over Taylor Zaytoun of NC State 6-2, 6-3 (Oct. 25)
- Defeated Maggie Leavell of Vanderbilt 6-1, 6-1 (Oct. 11) for her first career win at UT
- Competed with Tiffany Tavares defeating Mather/Gilley of Belmont (Feb. 16)
- Won in match against Clemson's Eidukowyte/Pederz with Tavares at the Roberta Alison Classic (Nov. 1)
PRIOR TO TENNESSEE
- Four-year letterwinner at Siegel High School
- In her senior season helped her team to the TSSAA State finals as Siegel finished with a 13-1 record
- Earned the TSSAA State Doubles Championship as a senior and the state singles championship in her junior season
- Finished her high school career with a 72-9 singles record and a 60-7 doubles record
- Earned the district championship in her sophomore, junior and senior years as well as the region championship in her junior and senior seasons
- Named The Tennessean Tennis MVP of the Year in 2012 and 2013, and named to the newspaper's First Tennis team from her sophomore year on
- Earned the honor of Daily News Journal Tennis Player of the Year and to the All-Area tennis team from 2010-12
- Lists her biggest thrill as being the first player to win a singles and doubles state title in Rutherford County
- Chose Tennessee because she has been a supporter of Tennessee her entire life
- Ashlee Nicole Boles, daughter of Debbie and Gregg Boles, was born July 7, 1995 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.