Ashley Miles

#32 Ashley Miles

HT. 6'1"
YR. R-Jr.

2013-14 Season: Tallied career-highs in points (6) and rebounds (7) vs. Morehead State (11/21) ... added four points and three rebounds in her first start of the season at Stetson (1/11) ... posted a career-high tying six points in nine minutes in a win at North Florida (2/1) ... recorded a new career-high seven points, as well as five rebounds, in a win vs. North Florida (3/1).

2012-13 Season: Saw 10 minutes off the bench, going up for five rebounds in the season opener at High Point (Nov. 10)... registered her first block and first assist of the season at Chattanooga (11/17).

2011-12 Season: Received a medical red-shirt after suffering a season-ending achilles injury during preseason workouts.

2010-11 Season: Named Atlantic Sun All-Academic … played in 30 of the 31 games ... grabbed four rebounds in 14 minutes vs. Lipscomb (3/2) … recorded four points and four rebounds in a career-high 18 minutes at Campbell (2/24) ... pulled down a career-high five rebounds at Lipscomb (2/19) ... scored four points vs. Kennesaw State (1/29) ... finished with a career best six points and three rebounds in nine minutes at Jacksonville (1/15) ... pulled down three rebounds in five minutes at Mercer (1/3) ... played then a career-high 14 minutes vs. Holy Cross ... scored first collegiate points vs. Richmond (11/14) ... ended with two points in five minutes vs. the Spiders.

High School: A 6-1 power forward from Bishop McNamara …consistently increased her totals in her first three years with the Mustangs, as she went from 6.3 points/8.6 rebounds per game her freshman year to posting a double-double as a junior – 10.3 points and 11.9 rebounds per contest … was named First Team All-Freshman, while also being a three-time Honorable Mention selection in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) … Miles selected to sign with ETSU after being recruited by Rhode Island, Liberty, Jacksonville State and Campbell.

Personal: Daughter of Reggie and Shelia Miles . . . born March 2, 1992 . . . plans to major in pre-business.