13 Ashley Burke
Ashley  Burke


North Vancouver, BC

High School:
Argyle Secondary




HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time Provincial first team All-Star and North Shore League MVP while playing at Argyle Secondary School...named team MVP of U-17 Canadian Nationals...averaged 25 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior after 24 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior.

Ashley Burke's Collegiate Career
FRESHMAN (2001-02): Started 28 of her 29 appearances, averaging 28.8 minutes/game for tops among the four freshmen who played all 29 games...began the season with six double-digit scoring games, including 20 against Alaska-Anchorage and 17 against Iowa at the Great Alaska Shootout...17 double-digit scoring nights, including season-high 22 at Sacramento State on 9-for-16 game from the field...two double-doubles - 20 points, 10 rebounds against Alaska-Anchorage and 22/11 against Sac State, the latter a season-high rebounding night...ranked third in the West Coast Conference in field goal percentage at 50.4 percent, also making her the highest ranking freshman.

SOPHOMORE (2002-03): One of only two players to start all 30 games for the Bulldogs...led the team in scoring with 13.3 ppg to rank fifth in the West Coast Conference...hauled down a team-high 188 rebounds for an average of 6.3 rpg...third most assists with 66 for 2.2 assists/game...went to the free throw line a team-high 107 times, going 74-of-107 for 69.2 percent...led the team in scoring and rebounding 10 times...grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds against Santa Clara in semifinals of the WCC Tournament...collected a career-high 29 points against Portland, connecting on 10-of-15 shots from the field, 9-of-11 from the free throw line...scored in double-figures 20 times and led GU in game-high points and rebounds during 11 contests...twice named WCC Player of the Week...team-high five double-doubles - 14/10 against Denver in Rainbow Classic, 20/11 at home against San Jose State, 13/11 at Loyola Marymount, 20/11 at home against LMU and 11/14 against Santa Clara in WCC Tournament...ranked second in WCC in field goal percentage with 49.2 percent...finished in the Top 10 in WCC in scoring, assists, rebounding, field goal percentage, free-throw percentage and offensive rebounds...WCC first-team selection, only the second such honor for the Bulldogs since 1996.

JUNIOR (2003-04): One of two players to start all 30 games...scored in double figures in 27-of-30 games, including career-high 31 points at home against Montana...notched 22 points three times - against Butler in the Hawkeye Challenge at Iowa, at home against Seattle University and against Pepperdine in the semifinal game of the West Coast Conference Tournament...recorded her first double-double of the season with 18 points, 10 rebounds at Santa Clara on final weekend of regular season...earned her second double-double against Pepperdine in the semifinal game of the WCC Tournament with 22 points and season-high 12 rebounds...hit 11-of-14 free throws against Santa Clara at home...became the ninth woman in Gonzaga history to hit 1,000 career points against San Diego on Jan. 31, 2004...listed on four all-time top 10 lists including No. 8 in points (1,167), No. 8 in field goals made (440), No. 9 in free throws made (259) and No. 1 in field goal percentage (.509)...set career high with five assists against Yale in Seattle Times Classic hosted by Washington...led the team with 163 field goals made and 108 free throws made...named WCC Player of the Week on Jan. 5, 2004 after her 31-point performance against Montana...led team with 444 points, averaging 14.8 points per game...named first team All-WCC for the second straight year...WCC All-Tournament selection.

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