Ashley Curry
Ashley  Curry


McKinleyville, Calif.

High School:
McKinleyville HS '06



Human Development

2008-09: Played in 28 games, starting three... Earned first start against UC Riverside (2/7), logging a career-high 43 minutes... Started subsequent game at UC Irvine (2/12)... Had season-high six points against the Highlanders, also pulling down 9 boards.... Grabbed career-best 9 rebounds vs. Cal Poly (2/19)... Had 4 steals against Cal State Fullerton (1/4) and had 3 in two other games... Made treys against the Titans and vs. Cal State Bakersfield (2/25)... Missed Stanford game with injury... Averaged 22.5 minutes over last 8 regular-season games.

2007-08: Appeared in 14 games in a reserve role after missing 15 games midseason with a knee injury... Made return at UC Santa Barbara (2/23), tallying 2 minutes of court time... Played a season-high 11 minutes at Arizona State (12/9), scoring 3 pts, and also against Saint Mary's (12/17), finishing with season-high 7 pts... Went 3 for 6 against the Gaels and tied season-best with 2 boards... Scored all 12 of her points in 3-game stretch vs. Gonzaga (12/6), Arizona State (12/9) and Saint Mary's... Made only 3-pt try of the season with long bucket against Sun Devils... Grabbed season-best 2 rebounds vs. Northern Arizona (11/14), vs. Gonzaga (12/6) and Saint Mary's (12/17).

2006-07: Appeared in all 29 games as a reserve, playing 337 minutes... Scored 59 points with 69 rebounds... Ranked 2nd on team with 12 blocked shots... Led Aggie regulars with .535 field-goal percentage (23-for-43)... Scored season-high 10 points on 4-for-5 field goals vs. South Dakota State (1/5)... Scored 6 points with 4 rebounds and season-best 4 blocks vs. Westmont (12/18)... Shot 3-for-3 from the floor with 3 assists, 3 steals and season-high 8 rebounds vs. San Francisco State (11/20)... Played 120 minutes during eight-game stretch from 12/28 to 1/25, notching 31 points and 22 rebounds in that span.

McKINLEYVILLE HS '06: Two-time Humboldt Del Norte League MVP... Selected to Cal-Hi Sports Div. ision IV All-State Team as a senior., averaging 16.0 points per game.. Voted as team MVP as a senior and sophomore... Led team to league title and berth in Northern Section semifinal in 2006... Earned three all-tournament nods in her final season, including co-MVP of the McKinley Tournament... Also played four years of volleyball... Won CIF-NCS Scholar-Athlete honors.

PERSONAL: Born in Klamath Falls, Ore.... Majoring in human develoopment.. Parents are Rexford & Tami Curry... Non-sports heroes are her older sisters, Desiree and Karissa... Title of her autobiography would be "One Step At A Time"... Hopes to become a teacher.