2012-13: Played and started in every game, averaging 29.0 minutes, 9.4 points and 6.0 rebounds for the Wildcats...Scored in double figures in 14 games, including a career-high 19-point outing versus Texas Southern (11/24) and at Washington State (1/4)...Earned her first-career double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds versus Washington State...Scored in every game but one...Made a team-high 11 of 15 free throws in Arizona's win versus Oregon (1/13).
Scored 12 points and played 39 minutes against ASU (2/19)...Posted 14 points, including a 4-of-4 mark from the free throw line at California (2/10)...Recorded 13 points at Stanford (2/8)...Contributed 11 points and six rebounds at USC (1/27)...Had 17 points and nine rebounds in Arizona's win over Oregon (1/13)...Scored 11 points, 3-of-3 from the free throw line at Washington (1/6)...Posted 19 points, eight rebounds and four steals in the Wildcats' victory over Washington State (1/4)...Added 13 points and seven rebounds versus Weber State (12/16)...Recorded 11 points in Arizona's road win at North Texas (11/28)...Contributed 11 points versus BYU (11/20)...Had 12 points and seven rebounds in the Wildcats' victory over CSU Northridge (11/17)...Added 11 points in Arizona's season-opener at CSU Bakersfield (11/9).
Mesa Community College: Was named Arizona Junior College Player of the Year... Was a First-Team All-American, First-Team All-Region and First-Team All-ACCAC selection...Averaged 15 points, 8.8 rebounds and one block per game with a 47.5 shooting percentage.
High School: Attended South Mountain High School in Phoenix, Ariz. ...Was a team captain her freshman, junior and senior years...Was named her team's Most Valuable Player her freshman, junior and senior years...Led her team to a 5A2 Women's Basketball State Championship in 2008...also played volleyball and was a member of the track and field team.
Personal: Born Ali Monique Gloyd in Sacramento, Calif., she is the daughter of Arthur and Tamaria Jones ... Is an only child ... Majoring in criminal justice administration at Arizona ... Would like to become a juvenile probation officer.
I chose Arizona because ... I wanted to stay close to home and wanted to be somewhere where I could grow and I feel like I can do that here.