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#12 Ashley Wilson
Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
City/State: Long Beach, Calif.
High School: Poly
Experience: 3 Letters
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Career: Played in 121 career games, joining five others for 20th place on Colorado's all-time list.

2013-14 (Senior): Named the team captain prior to the beginning of the season, Ashley Wilson was the emotional leader for the Colorado Buffaloes in 2013-14. Not only did she lead with her energy, she had her best season in a Colorado uniform, averaging 7.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game while shooting 42 percent from the field and 73 percent from the free-throw line. Her 73 percent from the charity stripe ranked 12th in the Pac-12. Ten of her 12 career double-figure scoring games came this season, including seven of the final 11 contests down the stretch -- Wilson only had two double-figure scoring games in her first 97 career outings. She was Colorado's co-scoring leader, along with twin sister Brittany, during the five-game postseason averaging 11.0 points along with 4.0 rebounds and 2.6 assists. Wilson scored a career-high 16 points in the Pac-12 Tournament first round win over UCLA (3/6), hitting a personal-best 7-of-9 from the field. In the overtime win at Arizona (2/23), a game in which Colorado overcame a team-record 20-point deficit, Wilson scored seven of her 11 points in overtime, including the team's only 3-pointer of the game. She scored five straight to give Colorado an early advantage and then iced the game with a pair of free throws with five seconds left in OT. Wilson had one double-double on the season, the first of her career, netting 15 points and 10 rebounds against Washington (2/14). She mde 8-of-16 3-pointers in her final 13 games after having only six total 3-pointers in her previous 108 outings. Wilson, who earned honorable mention to the coaches All-Pac-12 Defensive team, was named to the WBCA's "So You Want To Be A Coach" program and participated in a three-day workshop in conjunction with the WBCA National Convention and the 2014 Women's Final Four in Nashville. She was the recipient of Colorado's Ceal Barry Pride Award at the conclusion of the season, given to the player who shows pricde in the program through leadership on the court, campus and community, work ethic on the court and in the classroom and who is unselfish and coachable.

2012-13 (Junior): She averaged 2.8 points and 2.2 rebounds in 26 games as a junior, including a pair of starts; at UMKC (11/18) and in the 2013 Pac-12 opener against No. 4/3 Stanford (1/4). Wilson missed six games during the nonconference schedule after arthroscopic knee surgery which allowed her to heal and participate in the final 22 games of the season. She scored a season best seven points in the Stanford road game (1/27) including her lone 3-pointer of the season. Wilson had a career-best eight rebounds in the home win over Arizona (1/20) distributed evenly between four offensive and defensive rebounds. Her playing time picked up as she gained strength throughout the season. In the home win over Washington (2/24), which gave the Buffaloes the inside track to fourth place in the league standings, Wilson shined, contributing six points on 3-of-6 from the field, seven rebounds and an assist in a career-high 32 minutes off the bench. That performance game during a seven-game stretch where she corralled 27 of her season’s 57 rebounds (3.9 rpg). Wilson had a solid night against Washington State (2/22) recording a personal-best four steals to go along with four rebounds and two assists. In the Pac-12 Tournament win over Washington (3/8), Wilson had six points on 3-of-5 from the field with four rebounds.

2011-12 (Sophomore): Wilson saw her time increase nearly four minutes per game from her freshman to sophomore seasons, playing in all but one contest (missed the Creighton game with a concussion). She developed a knack for rebounding, especially on the offensive end. Wilson totalled 97 rebounds on the season (2.9 rpg), with 43 coming on the offensive side. She had five games with five or more rebounds and six games with three or more offensive boards. She established career-bests with five offensive rebounds, and seven total, in the Omni Hotels Classic win over Valparaiso (11/25). She reached double digits in scoring for the first time as a collegian with 13 against Weber State (12/17) and had nine points on four other occasions. Wilson was one of Colorado's more accurate shooters, making 47.8 percent on the season (44-of-92). She started five games, including the season opener against Northern Arizona (11/11) where she scored seven points and dished out a personal-best four assists. Wilson had a strong end to the season as well, averaging 4.7 points and three rebounds while hitting 7-of-13 from the field in the final six games. She made 5-of-7 from the floor over the four WNIT contests. In the quarterfinal against Oklahoma State, she hit all six of her foul shots, netting career highs for both free throws made and attempted..

2010-11 (Freshman): Wilson played in 30 of 34 games averaging 2.1 points and 1.6 rebounds in just under 12 minutes per game. She had her best night against Texas State (12/1) scoring a career-best 10 points with five rebounds, three assists and one steal. Wilson played double-digit minutes in 18 games, including a personal-best 21 against Texas Tech. She had six games with three or more rebounds, including four against Oklahoma State – all on the offensive end. She grabbed 21 of her season’s 47 rebounds on the offensive end.

High School: Ashley Wilson is a 2010 graduate of Long Beach Poly High School. She played for one of the most storied programs in Southern California, as the Jackrabbits amassed a 131-9 record during her four year career with three California Division I state titles and one runner-up finish. She averaged 7.4 points, 2.9 steals and 2.3 rebounds per game as a senior, receiving all-Moore League acclaim as well as the Coaches Award for 2010, helping the Jackrabbits to the Moore League title and a runner-up state finish. Wilson averaged 6.2 points and shot 48 percent from the field as a junior, helping the Jackrabbits to a 32-3 record in 2008-09 and a fourth consecutive state title. ESPN RISE FAB 50 had Long Beach Poly ranked No. 1 in the nation early in the 2008-09 season, ending at No. 30 while USA Today's final Super 25 rankings had the Jackrabbits at No. 23. She also ranked third on the team with 88 steals, helping Poly to the Moore League title with a perfect 12-0 mark. As a sophomore, Ashley averaged 6.2 points and 2.2 steals as Poly won its final 22 games to finish 31-2 and a third straight state crown. She contributed to the Poly powerhouse and was voted team co-Newcomer of the Year as freshman in 2007, as the Jackrabbits finished 36-1 and ranked No. 2 in the final USA Today's Super 25 national rankings. Ashley ranks as the 58th best guard in the nation according to ESPN.com's HoopGurlz. 

Academics: Wilson graduate from Colorado with her bachelor's degree in Sociology in May 2014.

Personal: Ashley Ayanna Wilson was born on February, 28, 1992 in Bellflower, Calif, five minutes before her twin sister Brittany. She is the daughter of Tasha Anderson, who is a counselor in Los Angeles. Besides her twin sister, she has another younger sister, Tyara Dupree and a younger brother, C.J. Ashley would like to be a social worker and a coach after college and enjoys writing poetry and listening to music.

 

Year
GP-S
Min
Avg
FG-A
Pct
3FG-A
Pct
FT-A
Pct
Pts
Avg
2010-11
30-0
358
11.9
21-61
.344
2-10
.200
20-31
.645
64
2.1
2011-12
34-5
535
15.7
44-92
.478
2-8
.250
28-46
.609
118
3.5
2012-13
26-2
357
13.7
21-66
.318
1-5
.200
26-40
.650
69
2.7
2013-14
31-15
783
25.3
74-177
.418
9-25
.360
79-108
.731
236
7.6
Totals
121-22
2033
16.8
160-396
.404
14-48
.292
153-225
.680
487
4.0

 

   
Rebounds
           
Year
GP-S
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
PF
FO
A
TO
B
S
2010-11
30-0
21
26
47
1.6
34
0
18
28
0
13
2011-12
34-5
43
54
97
2.9
44
1
24
52
2
19
2012-13
26-2
27
30
57
2.2
30
0
21
21
1
25
2013-14
31-15
40
89
129
4.2
78
1
59
49
3
38
Totals
121-22
131
199
330
2.7
186
2
122
150
6
95
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