At Michigan... Michigan's Most Improved Player Award (2008).
Fifth Year (2009-10)... Earned fourth varsity letter... Played in 31 games with one start... Averaged 2.3 points (70 total) and 2.5 rebounds (77 total)... Made her season debut against Ball State (Nov. 13), it was her first game action since the 2007-08 season after suffering a foot injury... Averaged 11.0 minutes per game... First Wolverine to post double-figure rebounds with 10 rebounds against Marquette (Nov. 16)... Led the Wolverines in rebounding on three occasions... Earned her first start of the season and her 15th career start on Senior Day against Purdue (Feb. 28)... Posted a season-best seven points against Michigan State (Dec. 31)... Recorded six games of five or more points off the bench... Made her 100th career appearance against Toledo in the second round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) becoming the seventh player in the last three graduating classes to make at least 100 career appearances... Registered a season-high 28 minutes against Purdue (Feb. 28).... Had a good game against Michigan State 9March 5) in the Big Ten Tournament... Tallied six points on 2-of-5 shooting from the floor and was 2-of-2 from the free throw line off the bench.
Senior(2007-08)... Redshirted the season.
Junior (2007-08)... Earned third varsity letter ... received Michigan's Most Improved Player Award ... played in 17 games ... averaged 12.8 minutes per game .. averaged 3.6 points (62 total) and 2.1 rebounds (36 total) ... ranked third on the team in blocks at 0.35 bpg (six total) ... scored in double figures three times ... shot 45 percent (18-of-40) from the field ... scored a career-high 11 points at Michigan State in quarterfinals of Women's National Invitation Tournament (March 30) ... grabbed a season-best five rebounds in two games: against Purdue (Feb. 21) and at Michigan State ... dished out a season-high four assists at Indiana (Feb. 17) ... matched a career best with two steals against Iowa in second round of Big Ten Conference Tournament (March 7) ... matched a career high with two blocks in two games: against Wisconsin (Feb. 28) and against Iowa ... matched a career best with one three-pointer made three times ... made a career-high five free throws (5-of-8) against Virginia Commonwealth in first round of Women's National Invitation Tournament (March 24) ... played a season-best 29 minutes at Michigan State.
Sophomore (2006-07)... Earned second varsity letter ... played in 27 games and made five starts ... averaged 11.3 minutes per game ... averaged 1.5 points (41 total) and 2.3 rebounds (62 total) ... ranked fourth on the team in blocks at 0.29 bpg (eight total) ... led or shared the team in blocks six times and rebounds four times ... scored a season-high six points against Detroit (Nov. 20) ... grabbed a season-best eight rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 11) ... matched a career high with two blocks against Illinois (Jan. 4) ... dished out a season-best two assists four times ... matched a career high with two steals in two games: against Dartmouth (Dec. 16) and against Illinois ... matched a career best with two free throws made (2-of-4) against Detroit ... played a season-high 31 minutes against Dartmouth.
Freshman (2005-06)... Earned first varsity letter ... played in 28 games and made nine starts ... averaged 15.6 minutes per game ... averaged 2.5 points per game (70 total) ... ranked second among Michigan freshmen in rebounding at 3.3 rpg (93 total) and assists at 1.04 apg (29 total) ... ranked third on the team in blocks at 0.57 bpg (16 total) ... led or shared the team lead in blocks six times and steals five times ... posted career-high totals of nine points and 11 rebounds against Illinois (Feb. 26) ... one of four Wolverines to have a double-digit rebounding game in 2005-06 ... collected a career-best two steals four times ... posted a career-high two blocks in two games: at Minnesota (Feb. 5) and against Ohio State (Feb. 10) ... dished out a career-best five assists against Fordham (Dec. 13) ... knocked down a career-high one three-pointer in two games: against Minnesota (Jan. 19) and against Illinois ... made a career-best two free throws five times ... played a career-high 34 minutes at Ohio State (Jan. 15).
Prep... Attended Martin Luther King High School (2005), coached by William Winfield ... honor roll student ... named to Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM) academic all-state team as a senior ... four-year varsity letterwinner ... starter on Class A state championship team as a junior ... member of state championship runner-up team as a senior and state semifinalist teams as a freshman and sophomore ... member of four city championship teams ... Martin Luther King compiled a 95-4 record during four-year career ... Key Statistics... averaged 12 points, seven rebounds and five assists as a senior ... Honors and Rankings... Michigan Miss Basketball finalist as a senior ... Associated Press and BCAM all-state first team as a senior ... named to all-state third team as a junior ... ranked the No. 205 player (No. 41 power forward) in North America by adidas All-Star Girls Report... two-time participant at adidas Top 10 All-American Camp.
Personal... Ashley Danielle Jones was born August 23, 1987 ... daughter of Kenzo and DeEttra Crockett ... father played football at North Carolina State University ... mother played basketball and ran track at Independence Community College (Kan.) and Missouri Southern State College, and played volleyball and ran track at Fayetteville State University (N.C.) ... enrolled in the College of Engineering ... Industrial and Operations Engineering major.
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