Ashley Walker
Ashley  Walker

Arlington, Tx.

High School:
James Bowie

Last College:
Trinity Valley Community College

Fresno State:(2009-10) Played in four games before leaving the team at the end of November to focus on school. (2008-09): Played in 31 games and averaged 15.7 minutes a game ... averaged 5.3 points and scored a career-high 17 points at Hawai'i on Jan. 23 ... had 14 points at New Mexico State on Jan. 18 and 11 points at Louisiana Tech on Jan. 16 ... played a season-high 27 minutes at New Mexico State ... grabbed a season-high seven rebounds at Sacramento State, Cal State Northridge and at UNLV ... had three steals against Hawai'i on Jan. 8 and at New Mexico State.

Trinity Valley Community College: Played at Trinity Valley from 2006-08 ... earned All-Conference honors in 2006-07 ... garnered All-Region XIV Team and NJCAA Region XIV All-Tournament accolades in 2007-08 ... averaged 10.5 point, 4.5 rebounds and 1.3 steals as a sophomore ... helped lead her team to a 27-7 record and berth to the NJCAA tournament ... tallied 11.5 points and 5.6 rebounds as a freshman ... shot 38.5 percent from beyond the arc ... led Trinity Valley to a 25-7 record. James Bowie HS: Lettered four years at James Bowie ... team was the District 7-5A champions from 2003-05 and state champions in 2005 ... advanced to the Arlington Bowie Regional Quarterfinals championship in 2006 ... named to the River City Classic and Dr. Pepper Chisholm Trail All-Tournament teams ... was the Region I MVP ... named to the Tem Cat Tipoff All-Tournament Team in 2004.

Personal: Born November 27, 1987 in Dallas, Texas ... parents are Willie and Demetria Davenport ... plans to major in Psychology ... was recruited by Indiana, Kentucky, UMKC and Colorado ... has a younger sister Shatara ... uncle Keith Washington played football for the New York Giants ... younger sister Shatara plays volleyball at Texas Southern ... hobbies include shopping, watching movies, listening to music and hanging out with friends ... favorite athlete is Chris Paul ... biggest athletic thrill was being named MVP of the Region I championship after scoring 24 points and grabbing nine rebounds in the region title game ... also won the state championship and was named Player of the Week in the same season.

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