Ashley Miller

Number24
ClassSr
PositionG/F
Height5-11
HometownEllicott, Colo.
Prev. SchoolEllicott HS

Statistics

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Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
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2011-12 29-26  798 27.5 102-226  .451   4-20   .200  41-63   .651   31  90  121  4.2  86  0  31  55  24  10  249  8.6
2010-11 26-25  725 27.9  81-214  .379  11-20   .550  42-50   .840   38 112  150  5.8  80  1  29  48  22  19  215  8.3
2009-10 27-27  713 26.4  78-228  .342   2-19   .105  58-73   .795   31 106  137  5.1  82  6  28  53  27  21  216  8.0
2008-09 27-5   508 18.8  57-148  .385   0-5    .000  40-61   .656   32  66   98  3.6  66  4  13  55   8  12  154  5.7

Notes:

2010-11: Started all but one game averaging 27.9 minutes per game ... averaged 8.3 points per game and 5.8 rebounds per game ... had a team high 22 blocks to go along with 19 steals ... led the team in free-throw percentage (84%) ... shot a team best 55% (11-20) from beyond the arc ... her most complete performance came against Colorado Mines on Dec. 10 when she turned in 13 points and nine rebounds while chipping in a season best three assists and one steal ... recorded a double-double against Mesa State on Jan. 8 when she scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in addition to two steals ... recorded double-digit points on 10 occasions ... tallied three assists on six occasions and had a season high three steals twice.

2009-10: Named to the RMAC Academic Honor Roll ... ranks 11th in the school record book for career blocked shots (35), 12th for blocks in a season (27), and seventh for most blocked shot in a game (six) against Chadron State on February 13 ... tied for 10th in the RMAC for free throw percentage, shooting 79.5 percent from the line ... tied for eighth in the RMAC for blocked shots, averaging 1.0 per game ... played and started in all 27 games, averaging 26.4 minutes per game ... led the team in blocked shots with 27 ... second in rebounds (5.1 per game), fourth in steals (21) and scoring (8.0 points per game), and fifth in assists (28) ... scored a career-high 22 points against Regis on Feb. 25 ... career rebounding high happened on Nov. 21 when hauled in 12 against Northern New Mexico ... also scored 16 against Nebraska-Kearney on Feb. 12 and 15 against Colorado School of Mines on Feb. 19 ... seven of nine double-figure scoring games came in the team's final 11 contests of the season

2008-09: Played 18.8 minutes a games as a freshman. ... had a season-high 14 points against Oklahoma Panhandle

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Named first-team Class 3A Tri-Peaks East all-League for the 2007-08 season ... named first-team all-Area Gazette small schools senior year ... named second-team all-State for the 2007-08 season ... selected to the all-State game in 2008 ... three-time honor roll recipient of the Gazette Athlete of the Week in 2007-08 ... named first-team Class 3A all-Tri-Peaks League for the 2006-07 season ... named all-State honorable mention for the 2006-07 season ... two-time honor roll recipient for the Gazette Athlete of the Week in 2006-07 ... named Class 3A Tri-Peaks East all-League honorable mention for the 2005-06 season ... averaged 17.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 1.3 steals, and 1.0 block per game, while shooting 66.7 percent from the field senior year at Ellicott HS ... had a double-double three times in the 2007-08 season ... had a career high 30 points against La Junta Jan. 19, 2008 ... tied career high 14 rebounds and had 29 points against Peyton Feb. 23, 2008 ... in her junior year she averaged, 16.8 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.9 blocks, 2.3 steals, and 2.2 assists per game ... two-time all-league selection as a softball player

Personal Notes:

Personal: Salutatorian of graduating class ... has seven siblings ... parents are Jeff Miller and Darla Picchi

Stories featuring Ashley Miller

March 5, 2012Senior Jessica Brown named to RMAC Shootout All-Tourney TeamSenior Jessica Brown was named to the RMAC Shootout All-Tournament team, the conference announced this weekend. Brown scored 16 points against CSU-Pueblo in the opening round victory over the Thunderwolves and followed that up with 13 against Fort Lewis in the Final Four.
February 28, 2012Lady Mountain Lions dominate second half, beat CSU-Pueblo to advance in RMAC TournamentPUEBLO, CO: The Mountain Lion fans who had the pleasure of watching UCCS take down rival CSU-Pueblo at Massari Arena on Tuesday night won’t soon forget the masterful comeback orchestrated by the Mountain Lion Seniors.
February 24, 2012UCCS women stave-off Cougars lateCOLORADO SPRINGS – On strength of Ashley Miller’s free-throw shooting the University of Colorado Colorado Springs pulled out a close victory 78-74 against the Colorado Christian University Cougars Friday evening at the Gallogly Events Center.
January 24, 2012Four Mountain Lions receive academic honorsCOLORADO SPRINGS- Basketball players Jordan Carter, Payden Ackerman, Lauren Wolfinger and Ashley Miller were named to the 2011-12 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic Honor Roll this week.
December 31, 2011Comeback Falls Short as UCCS Women Fall to CSU-PuebloPUEBLO – A late comeback stalled as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs dropped a 65-56 decision to the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Saturday afternoon at Massari Arena.
December 10, 2011Four in double figures boost Mountain Lions past Colorado ChristianLAKEWOOD, Colo. – Jessica Brown led four Mountain Lions in double figures with 16 points as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs won its second straight with a 75-64 victory over the Colorado Christian Cougars Saturday at the CCU Events Center.
December 2, 2011No. 7 Fort Lewis outlasts Mountain LionsDURANGO, Colo. – Playing the nation’s No. 7-ranked team on its home floor proved to be a little more than the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s basketball team could handle.
November 2, 2011Preseason coaches' poll tabs UCCS women for ninth placeThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's basketball team was picked to finish ninth out of fourteen teams by the RMAC preseason coaches’ poll. No UCCS player was selected for the RMAC’s preseason all-conference team.
February 11, 2011Late Collapse Send UCCS to Defeat at Adams StateALAMOSA – Kendra Coveal’s field goal with 11 seconds remaining, her 11th in as many attempts, completed a 12-2 Adams State rally that sent the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 59-58 defeat at the hands of the Grizzlies Friday evening at Plachy Hall.
January 21, 2011UCCS Buzzer Beater Answered by Lopers as Mountain Lions Fall in OvertimeKEARNEY, Neb. – Seven years later, the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers got their revenge.
January 15, 2011No. 21 Metro State too much for Mountain LionsDENVER – Ashley Miller had 16 points and Jessica Brown 15 but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost to the No. 21 Metro State Roadrunners 73-57 Saturday evening at the Auraria Events Center.
December 18, 2010Mountain Lions Go into Holiday Break with Win over MustangsSILVER CITY, N.M. - Lauren Wolfinger scored 18 points to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 63-48 victory over the Western New Mexico Mustangs Saturday evening at Drag’s Court.
December 17, 2010Cowgirls Rally Past Mountain LionsLAS VEGAS, N.M. – A 25-8 run over a nearly flawless six-minute, 17-second stretch in the second half lifted the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls to a 74-73 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Friday evening at the John A. Wilson Complex.
December 3, 2010UCCS falls to national runner-upsCOLORADO SPRINGS-Six days after scoring a stunning upset of the defending national champions, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs couldn't find enough left to also beat the defending national runner-up as the Mountain Lions dropped a 79-69 decision to the No. 3-ranked Fort Lewis Skyhawks Friday evening at Gallogly Events Center.
November 20, 2010UCCS Falls to Hot-Shooting BronchosDENTON, Texas – Lauren Wolfinger’s 19 points weren’t enough to prevent the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs from dropping its second game in as many days as the Mountain Lions were beaten 83-70 by the hot-shooting Central Oklahoma Brochos Saturday at Kitty Magee Arena.
February 19, 2010Orediggers control statistics, score in win over UCCSCOLORADO SPRINGS – The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was outrebounded 52-25 as the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers knocked off the Mountain Lions 79-60 at the Gallogly Events Center.
February 5, 2010Caldwell, Colorado Christian beat UCCSLAKEWOOD, Colo. – In four seasons as the head coach of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s basketball program, Jessika Caldwell posted a 41-71 record. After Friday’s game, she’s now 1-0 against her former team.
January 21, 2010Four named to RMAC academic honor rollFour Mountain Lions were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honor roll, which was released on Jan. 20. Payden Ackerman, Janean Jubic, Jessica Lynch and Ashley Miller were all listed.
February 6, 2009UCCS drops sixth straight gameCOLORADO SPRINGS – The Mountain Lions couldn’t bluff their way past a pair of nines Friday evening.
November 26, 2007Mountain Lions sign two players to NLIsUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's basketball coach Jessika Caldwell announced Monday that two players had signed national letters of intent during the early signing period. The new Mountain Lions are Ashley Miller from Ellicott High School and Alex Sherk from Bellevue (Wash.) High School.
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