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50  Shuanda Ashford
Shuanda Ashford

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fayetteville, N.C.

High School:
E.E. Smith

Height:
6-1

Position:
Forward


As a Sophomore (2008-09): Scored seven points and pulled down four rebounds in the exhibition contest against Southern Wesleyan (11/08) ... Tallied two points and grabbed a rebound in 10 minutes played against Hampton (11/14) ... Scored two points during four minutes of action against Appalachian State (11/18) ... Played a then season-high 13 minutes against Presbyterian (11/21), picking up two points and three rebounds ... Scored two points in seven minutes played at VCU (11/25) ... Recorded a season-high five points against North Carolina Central (11/28) ... Played five minutes against North Carolina A&T (11/29) ... Contributed nine minutes off the bench at No. 19 Virginia (12/06) ... Netted three points and a block in 12 minutes at UNC Wilmington (12/14) ... Scored three points against Gardner-Webb (12/16) ... Collected two points vs. Mercer (12/19) ... Played six minutes vs. Florida Atlantic (12/20) ... Netted two points in six minutes vs. Marist (12/29) ... Notched eight minutes off of the bench at FIU (12/ 30) ... Played nine minutes against Marshall in the conference opener (1/03) ... Scored two points at Tulsa (1/08) ... Picked up four rebounds at SMU (1/10) ... Did not play at Marshall (1/18) ... Did not play against Memphis (1/22) ... Scored two points against UAB (1/24) ... Played three minutes at UCF (1/29) ... Did not play at Southern Miss (1/31) ... Played seven minutes against UTEP (2/05) ... Came off of the bench at Tulane (2/08) ... Did not play against Southern Miss (2/13) ... Played four minutes against UCF (2/15) ... Matched her season-high with five points at Memphis (2/20) ... Her both of her free throw attempts at UAB (2/22) ... Played eight minutes against Rice (2/26) ... Did not play against Houston (2/28) ... Recorded an assist in the C-USA Tournament first round contest vs. UAB (3/05) ... Pulled down two rebounds in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal game vs. top-seeded SMU (3/06).

As a Freshman (2007-08): Hauled in two boards against Rice in the first round of the C-USA Tournament (3/06) ... Hit 1-of-2 free throws against UCF (2/17) ... Grabbed four rebounds at Marshall (01/05) ... In her second straight start, she scored two points and pulled down six rebounds at Virginia Tech (12/30) ... Earned her first career start against Georgetown (12/29), adding three points and two rebounds ... Netted nine points and added four rebounds at Presbyterian (12/18) ... Tallied two points, an assist and a rebound against No. 24 N.C. State (12/09) ... Recorded two points at Appalachian State (11/28) ... Grabbed two rebounds against UMass (11/24) ... Scored five points, going 2-for-3 from the charity stripe against Winthrop (11/23) in the opening round of the Lady Pirate Invitational ... Tallied three points and two rebounds against High Point (11/19) ... Netted two points in seven minutes at Long Island (11/16) ... Scored three points and had three rebounds against Old Dominion (11/13) ... Registered 11 points, including three three-pointers against Presbyterian (11/11) in her collegiate debut.

At E.E. Smith High School: A 2006 McDonald's All-American nominee ... Earned All-Conference and All-Cape Fear Region honors in her senior season after leading the Golden Bulls to a 18-12 record, averaging 17 points and eight rebounds ... Led her team to a 21-8 record and the NCHSAA Sectional Finals as a junior, averaging 12 points and seven rebounds per game ... A two sport athlete, Ashford was named First-team All-Conference in volleyball as a junior ... Earned First Team All-Conference honors in the Two Rivers Conference and First-Team All-Cape Fear Region Team honors as a junior ... Is the 58th ranked power forward in the nation according to Mike White's All-Star Girls Report ... Also lettered in volleyball (three years) and track (one year).

Personal: Currently majoring in sports management ... Daughter of Carolyn Ashford and Calvin Johnson ... Born Feb. 1, 1989.