42 - Ashley Alexander
Ashley Alexander
Height: 6-3
Year: Junior
Hometown: Houston, TX
High School: Westside
Position: F
As a Sophomore in 2007-08: Saw action in 18 games and started in 15 ... Led the team with a .495 field goal percentage (54-109) and was second in rebounds with 4.7 per game playing 22.7 minutes per game ... Third on the team in scoring with 6.8 points-per-game ... Put up double-digits six times, including a career-high 14 points against Princeton (2/29/08) ... Earned his first career double-double against Stony Brook (12/30/07) with 10 points and 10 rebounds ... Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds, twice, and also grabbed eight boards against Cornell (2/23/08).
As a Freshman in 2006-07: Played in Brown's first five games before sustaining and injury...Had a career-high eight points and nine rebounds in Brown's victory over Sacred Heart (11/21)...Grabbed five rebounds in her collegiate debut against Providence College (11/12) and then had six rebounds against Fairfield (11/19)...Picked up two steals and two blocks against Sacred Heart (11/21).
High School: Was a two-time second team All-District selection out of Westside High School in Houston....is known for her quickness in the post and her ability to rebound and block shots....Over the course of her four years at Westside, Alexander received several All-Tournament Team honors, including the Most Valuable Player award at the Aldine ISD Tournament as a senior....Was a two-year captain on the varsity team, and was listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students as well as the Who's Who Sports Edition...Also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Girl Scouts, National Honor Society and was a member of the Future Business Leaders of America. Personal: Ashley Jewel Alexander is the daughter of Larry Alexander and Avis Wimbush...Would like to become a pharmacist...Concentration is Chemistry. Career-Highs
Points: 14 vs. Princeton (2/29/08)
Rebounds: 10, twice (12/30/07), 1/19/08)
Assists: 3 vs. Penn (3/1/08)
Steals: 3 vs. Harvard (2/9/08)
Blocks: 3 vs. Columbia (2/2/08)