Ashley attended the University of Southern California, where she was a member of the varsity women's swimming team. She also competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials, where she swam the 100-meter backstroke. Ashley also worked as an intern in the ABC7 sports department in the spring of 2014.
After graduating from USC, Ashley became a college football sideline reporter for Cox 7 Arizona. She then became the weekend sports anchor at KGUN-9, the ABC affiliate in Tucson, Arizona. In her two years at KGUN, Ashley covered all professional and college sports, as well as Super Bowl XLIX and the 2016 College Football National Championship game.
She attributes her love of sports to growing up in a family of five Division-I athletes. Her oldest brother, Charles, is a right-handed pitcher for the Diamondbacks. Her brother Chase played baseball at UCLA, and her younger brother Connor is a quarterback at the University of Virginia. Her younger sister, Abby, played sand volleyball at USC. Ashley's mother, Deborah Pyburn Brewer, was a news anchor for the CBS station in Phoenix for almost 10 years.
Ashley is thrilled to be back home in sunny Southern California and cover the most exciting teams in all of sports. She loves spending her free time at the beach, listening to rock music and spending time with her family and friends.
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