Ashlee Dunlap begins her third season with the Lions after transferring from San Diego State... sat out the 2004-05 season due to NCAA transfer rules... had a phenomenal first season at LMU, earning WCC Newcomer of the Year honors... long arms and a soft touch around basket... will score inside and outside... outstanding rebounder and shot blocker.
Named the WCC Newcomer of the Year and All-WCC First Team... led the conference and the Lions in rebounding at 10.2 boards per game...the 10.2 rebounds was 20th in the nation... named the WCC Player of the Week four times this season, including three times in five weeks...led the conference with 12 double doubles this season... recorded a double-double in her first game, scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds against Arizona...second on the team in minutes played...led the team in rebounding in all but four games this season...recorded her third double double against USC, leading all players with 15 points and 11 rebounds...set her then- career-high for points and rebounds (20,15) against San Diego...another two double doubles against USF (13, 12) and USD (10, 11)...added an 10th against Portland (20 points, 13 rebounds)...led the team with 19 points and 13 rebounds against SCU... scored a season-high 23 points with nine rebounds to lead LMU to a road win over Pepperdine... 16 double digit scoring games...19 double digit rebounding games... had at least eight rebounds in all but five games this year... played at least 20 minutes in all but two games.
At San Diego State...
Played in 28 games, starting 25... averaged 10.7 points per game, and 7.6 rebounds per game... blocked 31 shots and made 38 steals... averaged 27 minutes per game... third in the MWC in rebounding... fifth in blocks... scored 23 points with ten rebounds against Nevada (11/24/03)... had another 23 point game against Air Force, with 12 rebounds... had 17 double-digit scoring games, and 12 double-digit rebounding games... had a season-high 17 rebounds against Washington State (12/22/03)... recorded 11 double-doubles.
One of three Aztecs and the only freshman to play and start in all 27 games ... first on the team in field goals, rebounding and steals and was second in scoring and blocks... posted 19 double-figure scoring games, 11 double-figure rebounding games and 10 double-doubles... led the team in scoring 19 times and in rebounding 20 times... earned Mountain West Conference honorable-mention honors... first in the conference in rebounds per game (8.8) and defensive boards (5.19/g) ... also appeared in the MWC top 10 in offensive rebounds (2nd), blocked shots (3rd) and steals (6th)... had a career night in a win over American (12/9/02), posting her fourth double-double with 17 points and 18 rebounds ... 18 rebounds are a MWC freshman record and were the most by a Mountain West Conference player in a game in 2002-03.
A 2002 graduate of Fairfax High School in Los Angeles ... was an all-city selection in each of her four years of high school ... received all-league MVP honors as a junior ... averaged 23 points, nine rebounds and four assists per game ... her team was ranked in the top four in Los Angeles her junior season ... scored 95 points over the course of four games at the Ayala Tournament as a senior ... scored 30 points and 22 rebounds versus Harvard-Westlake as a senior ... league freshman of the year... prep basketball coach was Judy Edwards.
Ashlee Renee Dunlap was born June 9, 1984 in Los Angeles, CA... daughter of Sheila Clark and Andre Dunlap... has three brothers, Darren, Deandre and Andre ... also recruited by UCLA, USC and Pepperdine... chose LMU because she was pleased with the program's academics and athletics... a studio arts major.
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