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Shuanda Ashford
Shuanda Ashford

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fayetteville, NC

High School:
E.E. Smith H.S.

Last College:
East Carolina

Height:
6-1

Position:
F/C

Birthdate:
02/01/1989

Experience:
Sr.

Major:
Sociology



01/08/2014

WBB PREVIEW: LINCOLN (PA)

FSU Lady Broncos Aim for 3-1 Conference Start

01/03/2014

WBB PREVIEW: VIRGINIA STATE

Lady Broncos Aim for Sixth Win in a Row

01/01/2014

WBB PREVIEW: CHOWAN

Lady Broncos Look to Open 2014 with a Win

01/01/2014

WBB PREVIEW: CHOWAN

Lady Broncos Look to Open 2014 with a Win

05/09/2013

IFEYINWA NWOKOLO, JACOB BARGE SELECTED STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

FSU Recognizes Student-Athletes at Annual Awards Ceremony Monday Evening

03/01/2013

Lady Broncos defeat VA Union in 2013 CIAA Semi-Finals

The Lady Broncos (24-4 overall), the Southern Division champs and top division seed, reached their seventh CIAA finals in school history and the second under Head Coach Eva Patterson-Heath.

2012-13 Season Statistics

2012-13: CIAA Newcomer of the Week (Feb. 2, 2013, Dec. 29, 2012)
2009-10 (East Carolina):
Played in 30 contests with no starts...Averaged 8.9 minutes per game...Scored an average of 2.7 points per game while grabbing 1.7 rebounds per contest...Shot 42% (32-of-76) from the field, 30% (4-of-13) behind the three-point line and 57% (12-of-21) at the free-throw line...Tallied five assists, five steals and one block.
2008-09 (East Carolina):
Scored seven points and pulled down four rebounds in an exhibition contest against Southern Wesleyan...Tallied two points and one rebound in 10 minutes played against Hampton...Scored two points during four minutes of action against Appalachian State...Played a then season-high 13 minutes against Presbyterian picking up two points and three rebounds...Scored two points in seven minutes played at VCU...Recorded a season-high five points against North Carolina Central...Played five minutes against North Carolina A&T...Contributed nine minutes off the bench at No. 19 Virginia...Netted three points and one block in 12 minutes at UNC Wilmington...Scored three points against Gardner-Webb...Collected two points versus Mercer...Played six minutes versus Florida Atlantic...Netted two points in six minutes against Marist...Notched eight minutes off of the bench at Florida International...Played nine minutes against Marshall in the Conference USA opener...Scored two points at Tulsa...Picked up four rebounds at SMU...Scored two points against UAB...Played three minutes at Central Florida...Played seven minutes against UTEP...Came off of the bench at Tulane...Played four minutes against Central Florida...Matched her season-high with five points at Memphis...Was successful on both of her free-throw attempts at UAB...Played eight minutes against Rice...Recorded one assist against UAB in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament...Pulled down two rebounds in the Conference USA Tournament quarterfinals against top-seeded SMU.
2007-08 (East Carolina): Hauled in two boards against Rice in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament...Hit 1-of-2 free throws against Central Florida...Grabbed four rebounds at Marshall...In her second straigh start, scored two points and pulled down six rebounds at Virginia Tech...Earned her first career start against Georgetown adding three points and two rebounds...Netted nine points and four rebounds at Presbyterian...Tallied two points, one assist and one rebound against No. 24 N.C. State...Recorded two points at Appalachian State...Grabbed two rebounds against UMass...Scored five points, going 2-for-3 from the charity stripe against Winthrop in the opening rebound of the Lady Pirate Invitational...Tallied three points and two rebounds against High Point...Netted two points in seven minutes at Long Island...Scored three points and pulled down three rebounds against Old Dominion...Registered 11 points, including three three-pointers against Presbyterian in her collegiate debut.
High School:
Played at E.E. Smith High School in Fayetteville...Was 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 reboounds...Led her team to 21-8 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...Was the 58th-ranked power forward in the nation according to Mike White's All-Star Girls Report...Also lettered in volleyball (three year) and track (one year).
Personal:
Full Name: Shuanda Elaina-Monique Ashford...Born on February 1, 1989...Majoring in Sociology.

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