2008-09 (Junior): Started all 31 games in her first season with the Wildcats, averaging 6.8 points, 1.8 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game ... Finished second on the team with 31 three-pointers made ... Led Pac-10 with school-record 39.6 minutes played per contest ... Also set school record with 1,229 total minutes logged ... Played 40 or more minutes in all but seven games, including going the distance in 8-straight games to finish the campaign ... Remarkably only fouled out once, that coming after playing 53 minutes in triple-overtime win over Loyola Marymount (11/15/08) ... Tallied season-high 13 points against Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals (3/13/09) ... Drained trio of three-pointers to finish with 12 points and 4 assists in Pac-10 Tournament opening round win over Washington State (3/12/09) ... Contributed 12 points on perfect 3-of-3 mark from beyond the arc against Washington (2/28/09) ... Set season-high point total of 13 against Arizona State (2/21/09) ... Recorded 12 points on 3-of-4 shooting while adding four assists against USC (2/15/09) ... Poured in 10 points while matching season-high of 8 assists against Oregon (2/7/09) ... Set season-high in assists against Louisiana Tech (12/6/08) ... Handed out five or more assists in 12 contests.
2007-08 (Sophomore - South Plains JC): Helped Lady Texans advance to the NJCAA Region 5 Tournament Championship game for the third consecutive year in 2008 ... Averaged 5.9 assists per game as a sophomore,totalling 178 for the 26-4 club led by head coach Michelle Wyatt ... Named All-Region and first team All-Conference... Averaged 10.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and had 49 steals... Set the SPC career mark for assists with 332 in her two-year career.
2006-07 (Freshman - South Plains JC): Averaged 6.7 points and 4.7 assists per game in 2006-07 as a freshman ... key member of team that advanced to the NJCAA Region 5 Tournament Championship game ... Aided team in compiling a school-record 27-game winning streak ... Named to the Dean's List for academic achievement.
High School: Backcourt standout for the Duncanville High School Pantherettes inDallas, Texas ... Named to 7-5A All-District team ... Named Academic All-District ... Named TABC All-Region, team MVP and team's Best Defensive Player ... Finished in top 20 percent of graduating class ... Member of Dallas Stars club team.
Personal: Born Jan. 22, 1988 in Dallas, Texas ... Full name is Ashley Nicole Frazier ... Daughter of Phyllis Derrick and Nathaniel Frazier ... Youngest of five children ... Two brothers are Derrick (30) and Dee (25) while sisters are Chante (30) and Stacey (29) ... Enjoys listening to music, dancing, shopping and talking on the phone during her free time ... Majoring in communications with a business minor.
Why Arizona?: "Arizona has a beautiful atmosphere and a great environment to attend college."
|Points||11, twice, last vs. Stanford, 3/13/09|
|Rebounds||7, vs. Loyola Marymount, 11/15/09|
|FG Made||6, vs. Stanford, 3/13/09|
|FG Att||15, vs. Stanford, 3/13/09|
|3FG Made||3, three times|
|3FG Att||7, at Washington State, 1/31/09|
|FT Made||6, vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11/23/09|
|FT Att||6, twice, last vs. Stanford, 1/4/09|
|Assists||8, three times|
|Blocks||2, at Oregon, 1/8/09|
|Minutes||53, vs. Loyola Marymount, 11/15/08|
Books - The Coldest Winter Ever
Movies - The Players Club
Food - Chicken and Macaroni
Pro Athlete - Chris Paul
Television Show - Martin
Non-sport Activity - Hanging out with friends