|#02 Ash'lea Moore (ASH-lee)
Ash'lea (ASH-lee) Moore brought a lively spirit to the Gator squad … turned down basketball scholarship offers from other schools to walk-on at Florida … the only walk-on on the 2003-04 roster … her step-father and both brothers were football standouts at UF.
Single-Game Highs: Pts- 3 - at West Virginia, 11/29/00
Rbs- 4 at Chicago St, 12/20/00
Ast- 2 at LSU, 1/10/02
Stl- 1-3x last vs.Providence, 1/25/01
Min- 14 vs. Creighton, 12/1/01
FG- 1-2x last vs. Kent State, 12/29/01
FGA- 2-4x last vs. Lamar, 11/22/02
3FG- 1 at West Virginia, 11/29/00
3FGA- 2 vs. Creighton, 12/1/01
FT- 2 vs. Central Fla., 12/9/00
FTA- 4 vs. Lamar, 11/22/02
Dbl Fig Scoring Games- 0 in UF Career
Senior Year (2003-04) Played in one game this season ... saw four minutes of action against Bethune-Cookman (Dec. 19) … 0-for-1 from the field ... sprained her right ankle during practice on February 21 and did not suit up for the game against Arkansas played the following day ... on track to graduate in August 2004.
Junior Year (2002-03) Appeared in four of the 28 games the Gators played ... did not score, shooting 0-3 from the field and 0-4 from the free throw line ... saw one minute of action in the victory over Ole Miss (Feb. 27) … saw four minutes of action at UCF (Dec. 11) … played a season-high 11 minutes in the season-opening win against Lamar (Nov. 22), when she collected a pair of rebounds with one assist … played seven minutes against USF (Nov. 24).
Sophomore Year (2001-02) Saw action in 12 games this season, including the season finale against BYU (March 16) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … dished a career-high two assists in one minute of action at LSU (Jan. 10) … played a career-high 14 minutes against Creighton (Dec. 1), when she was called into the game to play the point after an injury to starter Tishona Gregory; Moore's play sparked UF to victory, as she scored her first point of the season, going 1-of-6 from the free throw line … her brother Willie Jackson, who played football for the NFL's New Orleans Saints, was in the stands for UF's Sunday game at Tulane (Dec. 2), shortly after helping the Saints defeat the Carolina Panthers in the Superdome earlier that day.
Freshman Year (2000-01) Played five minutes in her NCAA Championship debut - a win against Holy Cross (March 16) ... snared four rebounds in the win at Chicago State (Dec. 20) … hit a pair of free throws and dished one assist in eight minutes of action in the win over Central Florida (Dec. 9) ... scored her first collegiate points at West Virginia (Nov. 29), knocking down her the first three-point attempt of her career … recorded one assist and one steal in four minutes of action during her collegiate debut against Fordham (Nov. 17).
High School Graduated from P.K. Yonge High School in 2000… led the Lady Waves to a 22-5 overall record and the Class 2A state final four her senior season, averaging 18.5 points, 5.6 rebounds, 4.2 steals and 4.1 assists per game… named The Gainesville Sun 2000 Athlete of the Year… earned first-team All-State honors… received the team's Babs Dalsheimer Athlete of the Year award… David Arnold Memorial Scholarship recipient given for her outstanding academic and athletic performance… USA Today honorable mention honors… guided the Blue Wave to the state semifinals her senior year with a 23-6 record… also played softball and volleyball at P.K. Yonge… named softball team's defensive MVP in 2000… coached by former Gator manager Larry Moore, no relation.
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