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AS A SENIOR (2011-12)
Ashley Daniels wrapped up her career with her best season as a Razorback. Although she got off to a slow start, Daniels found her stride in SEC play scoring in double figures in eight consecutive games leading Arkansas to a program record eight consecutive SEC wins. Daniels finished the year averaging 7.8 points per game and a career-best 10.1 ppg.

Daniels scored in double digits in 14 games and posted a career-best 22 points at No. 11/9 Kentucky in a road game. She attempted a career-high 14 field goals against the Wildcats.

Daniels had five double-digit rebounding games and two double-doubles in 2011-12. She pulled down 16 boards in a win at Mississippi State missing her career mark by one. Daniels finished her career ranked 31st in points (785) and fourth in rebounds (715) at Arkansas.

In SEC only games, Daniels ranked ninth in rebounding with 6.4 per game. She was sixth in field goal percentage at 50.4 and fifth in free throw percentage hitting 79.6 percent for the season. Daniels led the SEC with 3.3 offensive rebounds per game - she had 52 for teh year. In all games, Daniels ranked 10th in rebounding with 6.4 per contest. She was tied for sixth in offensive rebounds with 2.9 per game and tied for 12th in defensive boards with 3.5 per game.

The Coldwater, Miss., native was selected to the CollegeSportsMadness.com Preseason All-SEC Second-Team.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)
A bit undersized for a post player, Ashley Daniels didn’t let size stop her as she battled against some of the nation’s best interior players in 2010-11.  Daniels recorded 13 double-digit games, had eight double-figure rebounding games and recorded seven double-doubles as a junior.  Daniels posted a career-best 22 points against Auburn and grabbed a season-best 13 boards three times last year.  Daniels was a regular in the starting lineup missing just one start due to injury and she was tough to keep off the floor, averaging nearly 30 minutes per game.  Daniels finished the year ranked fourth on the team with 8.3 ppg and led the team with 7.5 rpg.  She bettered those numbers in the post season with 7.8 ppg and 7.8 rpg for the four-game WNIT run leading Arkansas into the quarterfinal round.

Daniels was recognized off the court for her commitment to the Razorback community earning selection to the SEC Community Service team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Perhaps no player grew more from the 2008-09 season than Daniels.  Daniels was a 30-game starter averaging 6.8 ppg and a team-best 6.1 rpg as a sophomore.  Daniels opened the year with a career-best 21 points in a win over Alcorn State.  She was 6-for-9 from the floor hitting 66.7 percent of her shots.  She grabbed a career-high 17 boards, nine offensive and eight defensive, in a win over Sam Houston State.  She finished the year with four double-digit rebounding performances.  Daniels recorded a career-best four assists at Auburn and tied her career-best with two blocks at No. 5 Tennessee.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)
One of the top athletes from the state of Mississippi in 2008, Daniels brought versatility to the Razorbacks. Daniels played in 28 games scoring 47 points and grabbing 73 rebounds in her first season of collegiate basketball.  She scored a season/career-best seven points at Memphis helping Arkansas to the non-conference win. Daniels was 3-for-4 from the three-point line in that win.  She then followed up with a season/career-best 11 rebounds in the next outing, a 33 point drubbing of Mississippi Valley State.

AT COLDWATER
A 6-2 forward from Coldwater High in Coldwater, Miss., Daniels averaged 19.8 ppg and 8.7 rpg her senior season.  She led Coldwater to the Mississippi state title in Class A in 2008 as the Cougars went an impressive 35-1.  In spite of playing the state’s smallest division, Coldwater was ranked fourth in the Mississippi overall prep rankings.  Daniels was a first-team all-state pick of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.  The Cougars repeated her junior season efforts as Daniels turned in 18.3 ppg and 10.2 rpg to lead CHS to the 2007 Class AA title.  Coldwater went 31-6 for the title that season. Rated 128th by the Blue Star Recruiting Service, Daniels was a freshman phenom, Daniels played in the state title game and was named all-region and all-state as a ninth grader.  Her career high came during that freshman season with 36 points.  She was twice named to the Dandy Dozen as a junior and senior, also earning all-region and all-state.  Daniels was a three-sport athlete, reaching the state meet in track as a member of the Coldwater 4X400 relay, the open 400 and the triple jump.  She also played softball for CHS.

PERSONAL
Born Ashley Breanna Rashae Daniels on Dec. 6, 1989, she is the daughter of Roy and Carolyn Daniels of Coldwater, Miss.  She is the youngest of three Daniels, with older brothers Royrick and Brandon.  Royrick is a first sergeant in the Army.


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