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Second Team All-Mountain West Conference
2006-07 (SENIOR): Named Second Team All-Mountain West Conference ... Selected Mountain West Conference Player of the Week two times this season (Dec. 4 and Dec. 26) ... Named to Spring 2007 Academic All-MWC team ... TCU's Co-Offensive Player of the Year ... Participated in the College Slam Dunk and Three-Point Contest at the Men's Final Four in Atlanta ... Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar ... Lone player to start every game during the season ... One of nine players in school history with over 1,000 points ... Led the league in three-point field-goal percentage (42.2) during the season ... Played in the third-most games of any player in school history ... Ranks second in school history in three-pointers made (232) and free-throw percentage (81.4) ... Ranks fifth in career three-point field-goal percentage (36.4) ... Spanning over a year, she made a three-pointer in 46 straight games - the second-longest streak in the nation ... Ranked sixth in the league in scoring (14.3) ... Led the team in blocks (20) ... Reached double figures in 15 straight games to start the season ... Scored double digits in 25 games ... Posted second-career double-double and set a career high with 24 points while matching another with 12 rebounds in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Ole Miss ... Also matched a season high with two steals against Ole Miss ... Scored 23 points against DePaul on Dec. 21 and against Pepperdine on Dec. 3 ... Set a school record by making all seven of her shots, including six threes at Colorado State on Feb. 7 ... Had a span beginning in the second half at UNLV and ending in the first half against Air Force where she made 16 straight shots, including 10 three-pointers ... Recorded first-career double-double against Houston on Nov. 22, finishing with 16 points and a season-high 10 rebounds ... Finished 5-of-5 from beyond the arc and scored 22 points against NC A&T on Dec. 30 ... Had four steals against Colorado State on Jan. 6 ... Scored 10 points against Utah in the MWC Tournament.
2005-06 (JUNIOR): Named honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference and selected to the MWC All-Academic team...Started in 15-of-31 games...Graduated in December 2005 and was attending graduate school in the second half of the season...Despite never shooting 3-pointers in high school, Davis broke through as a perimeter shooter and made a team-high 66 shots from beyond the arc...The 66 made treys ranks No. 5 on the TCU individual season record chart for 3-point field goals made...For the second straight season, took home the team 3-point field goal percentage title...Shot an impressive 200 3-pointers during the season to rank second all the all-time TCU individual season records...Jill Sutton attempted 209 in 1997-98 and Davis was 10 short of the record with 191 attempts...Led the team with a 34.6 percent shooting average from the 3-point line...Shot 37.4 percent from the field and a team-best 84.5 percent from the foul line...Her free throw average was the best by any Lady Frog in the last four seasons...Her free throw average from last season ranks No. 4 in the TCU individual season record book...Ironically, current TCU women's basketball director of operations Tricia Porter (Payne) holds the Nos. 3 and 5 spots...Averaged 11.7 points, 4.1 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 1.3 steals...Was the team's high scorer on eight occasions...Led the team to a victory over Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with her lone double-double performance on the season...She had 20 points and a season-high and career-high 12 rebounds against the Aggies...In the second round, she and two other players recorded a team-high 10 points in a loss against Rutgers...Scored in double-digits 18 times during the season, including a six-game stretch from Jan. 11-Jan. 28...Also scored 10-or-more points in five of the last seven games of the season... Paced the Lady Frogs in steals for three games...Scored a career-high 22 points at BYU (2/24), making a career-high eight field goals...In that same game, set career highs in 3-point field goals made (3) and tied her career high in 3-point field goals attempted (12)...Had 20-point games against Texas A&M (3/19) and Air Force (1/14)...Was 6-of-9 from the field for a season-high 66.7 percent shooting percentage versus Air Force (1/14)...Was a perfect 9-for-9 from the free throw line against Duke (12/6)...She also made nine free throws against UNLV (3/4) to set a new career mark...Had nine rebounds and a season-high four steals versus Long Beach State (11/18)...Had a career-best four blocked shots against Wyoming (2/8)...Was perfect from the charity stripe in seven games.
2004-05 (SOPHOMORE): Was one of TCU's regular starters for the season...Made 28 starts and played in all 33 games...Served as co-captain of the squad with Vanessa Clementino as well...Was rewarded for her efforts at the Conference USA Tournament with a spot on the All-Tournament Team after helping TCU win its third league title in five years...Ranked seventh in C-USA in three-point field goal percentage at 33.9 (62-of-183) and fifth in threes made per game (1.9)...Canned at least three treys in 12 games during the season...At 9.8 points per game, Davis was TCU's second leading scorer...Reached double figures in the scoring column 17 times...Chipped in 4.1 rebounds...Made 77.8 percent (42-of-54) at the free-throw line, making her one of the Lady Frogs' most accurate shooters...Davis' 183 attempts from behind the arc tied for third most in a single season in TCU history...Her 62 makes was seventh...Ranks eighth all-time at TCU in threes made (88) and attempted (261)...Was named to the Miami Jam All-Tournament Team for averaging 14 points and eight boards...Was a major factor in Honolulu at the Rainbow Wahine Classic over Nov. 26-28...Nailed three treys in the first game with California en route to 13 points...Played all but two minutes in TCU's monumental victory over No. 3 Georgia the next day...Scored all 12 of her points on threes and collected 10 rebounds for the second double-double of her career...Chalked up 15 points and four rebounds to help the Lady Frogs defeat 2005 NCAA runner-up Michigan State for the Wahine Classic title...Was subsequently named to the All-Tournament Team for her three-day performance...Had 13 points in an 84-81 overtime loss at DePaul on Feb. 13...Nailed a three from the baseline with 1:02 remaining in regulation that pulled TCU within a point of tying the game at 74-73...Stepped up during tournament time again in Charlotte, N.C., for the C-USA Tournament over March 4-6...Had 16 points and five rebounds in TCU's thrilling 87-77 victory against top-seeded DePaul in the semifinals March 5...After a scoreless first half against Louisville in the championship game, Davis went off for 13 second-half points in 19 minutes of action...Was named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team.
2003-04 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Was used as a three-point specialist in her first season...Ended her first season playing collegiate ball averaging five points and 1.8 rebounds...Shot 33.3 percent from behind the arc (26-of-78)...Was 18-of-24 at the free-throw line for a 75 percent clip...Tallied 14 points in her first collegiate contest versus Texas State on Nov. 21 in a 42-point Lady Frog victory to open the season...Shot 4-of-9 from the floor and connected on all but one of her four attempts from downtown...Made the first start of her career that game as well...Finished 5-for-8 from the floor and canned a pair of charity tosses Dec. 2 versus Texas-Arlington for 12 points to lead all scorers...Also pocketed four rebounds and a career-high five steals on the Mavericks...Her play at the Malibu Beach Classic earned her a spot on the All-Tournament Team...Went 6-for-11 from the floor en route to a career-high 17 points in a 95-50 victory against Lamar on Dec. 29...Showed some range from behind the arc by connecting on 4-of-8 attempts...Pocketed seven rebounds and dished out five assists as well...Came up with two big threes in the second half of TCU's 69-66 victory at Saint Louis on Jan. 9...TCU had to come back from a 16-point deficit at halftime...Davis hit them consecutively in the second stanza within 34 seconds of each other...The second one came with 8:30 to play and got the Lady Frogs to within four, 56-52...Saw nine minutes of playing time Feb. 13 at East Carolina and hit one very important three in the four overtime game...It came with 37.3 seconds left in the fourth OT and put TCU ahead by four, 123-119.
2002-03 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was an all-state, all-region and all-district performer at San Antonio Taft for head coach Pam Owens...Named district Most Valuable Player three times...Earned San Antonio Express-News All-City mention on three occasions...Was a first-team all-state selection by both the Texas Girls Coaches Association and the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches...Averaged 22.5 points, 10.2 rebounds and 3.1 blocks per game her final year...Voted the San Antonio Express-News Player of the Year as a senior...Appeared in the 2002 TGCA All-Star Game in Fort Worth, Texas, and in the Texas-Oklahoma Oil Bowl All-Star Game in Lubbock, Texas...Was selected to the TABC's All-Star squad...Earned 5A All-Tournament Team honors for Taft...Was ranked 24th among all recruits in the state of Texas and regarded as one of the top 150 players in the nation...Earned varsity letters in basketball all four seasons as a prep...Also lettered in volleyball and track and field.
PERSONAL: Davis earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management degree in December 2005...It took her just 3 ½ years to complete her degree...Is currently in graduate school and will earn her master's in educational administration in May 2007...The daughter of Lynwood and Mary Davis...Born Sept. 27, 1984...Full name is Ashley Lyn Davis...Goes by the nicknames Ash and Slim...States that Lance Armstrong is the athlete she most admires...Loves children and is a substitute teacher on days she does not have basketball or class...Served as an TCU Athletics Department marketing intern this past summer...During that time, made presentations in front of many Fortune 500 companies and aided in the increased season football ticket sales....A member of the TCU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)...As a member of SAAC, attended the inaugural Mountain West Conference "In Person Meeting" in Colorado Springs, Colo., in August 2006.