3 - Becki Ashbaugh
Becki Ashbaugh
Born: 03/28/1980
Height: 5-5
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bellevue, Wash.
High School: Bothell HS
Position: Guard

Returning starting point guard and a second-year team captain... has started all but one game in her career... has posted more than 100 assists each year... is a two-time honorable mention WCC selection and the 1999 WCC Freshman of the year... with 100 career three-pointers, is only the sixth Bronco all-time to reach that mark... spent this past summer playing in the Blue Angels Summer League in Washington with teammates Julie Butler, Kayla Huss and Quinn Thomas.

 

AS A JUNIOR IN 2000-01: Named to the honorable mention All-WCC Team... also named to the WCC All-Academic first team... led the league in assist average at 5.14 and was third in assist-to-turnover ration at 1.40... started all but one game during the season... sprained left ankle on Dec. 5 and did not start against California on Dec. 10... marked the first time in career that she did not start, ending a string of 64 games... did play 27 minutes and finished with 12 points, making eight of 10 free throws at the end of the game to seal the victory... nailed a game-winning three-pointer with 39 seconds left in regulation to lead the Broncos in an upset of then-10th-ranked Texas Tech... finished the afternoon with a season-high 17 point, six rebounds and five assists, while making all three field goal attempts from behind the arc... named the WCC's co-Player of the Week for Jan. 2, averaging 12.3 points and 3.7 assists per game in leading SCU to two victories... registered a career-high 13 assists against 12th-ranked Oregon on Dec. 2... posted 13 six-assist games... was a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line in the last 30 seconds at San Francisco to seal the victory... that was included in a mark of 24 straight free throws in league play, spread over eight games (2-2 vs. LMU, 2-2 at SMC, 10-10 at USF, 4-4 vs. Portland, 1-1 vs. San Diego, 2-2 at San Diego, 3-5 at LMU)... reached the double-digit assist mark in two games this season... scored 12 points, including three straight three-pointers, during a 23-0 Santa Clara run in the first half against San Diego on Jan. 31... scored 19 points vs. San Francisco despite spraining right ankle in the second half... added 15 points and five assists in a loss to Saint Mary's two days later... sprained left ankle again the following weekend, the last of WCC play.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 1999-2000: Named an honorable mention All-WCC player... also named Rawlings/WCC player of the week for the Dec. 6... started in all 30 games at point, averaging 30.6 minutes per contest... averaged 9.7 points and 5.2 assists... was 20th in the WCC in points per game... led the team in assists with 155, third best in school history... led the WCC in assists and assists per game with 5.2... was second in three-pointers on the team with 41... is ninth in school history in career three-pointers made with 63... recorded 11 double-digit scoring games... scored a career-high 23 points going 7 for 9 from the free throw line and added 7 assists in a victory against California... fourth in the WCC and second on the team with a .765 free throw percentage making 65 of 85 in the season...went 7 for 7 from the line and had 22 points and 9 assists in an overtime win at Portland... also recorded a school record for minutes played in a game with 43...led the team in scoring in six games... went 7 for 11 (.636) from the field and a career-high five three-point field goals (5 of 5) scoring 19 points against Gonzaga... led the team in assists in 20 games... recorded 10 assists against San Francisco... was seventh in the WCC and second on the team with a .366 three-point field goal percentage.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 1998-99: Named the 1999 West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year... started all 29 games at point guard... averaged 6.6 points and 4.1 assists per game... shot .393 from three-point range, connecting on 22-of-56 shots... led SCU in assists with 120 and ranked fourth in the WCC in assist average at 4.1 per game... 120 assists places her ninth on the school's single-season charts... scored 15 points on 5 of 6 shooting, including 3 of 3 from three-point range, in WCC Tournament victory over Gonzaga.. also dished out four assists and grabbed five rebounds... had 13 points and six assists in victory at Loyola Marymount... had two points, five assists and seven rebounds at Pepperdine... scored seven points and added five assists in victory vs. San Francisco... registered nine assists in victory at San Francisco... added 15 points, including 8 of 8 from the free throw line... dished out nine assists in the victory vs. Portland... also added 16 points and career-high seven rebounds in 36 minutes of action... scored 18 points in victory at Gonzaga... dished out six assists and added six points in win at Portland... finished with seven points and an assist in 13 minutes of action against Loyola Marymount... tallied six points, five assists and a career-high five steals in loss at San Diego... named to the Santa Clara Diet Coke Shootout All-Tournament Team after averaging 10.5 points and 2.5 assists in Santa Clara's two victories over Rice and Southern Illinois... dished eight assists in first collegiate game at Fresno State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played point guard at Bothell (Wash.) High School... averaged 16 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists during career while shooting 43 percent from the floor... holds the school's all-time steals mark with 347... led Bothell to the Kingco League title as a senior... a three-time All-Kingco First Team selection... as a senior, named honorable mention USA Today All-America and Kingco MVP after averaging 18 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists... played for head coach Dennis Olson... also played soccer as a freshman... named the Scholar Athlete of the Year and school Valedictorian after compiling a 4.0 grade point average... named North Shore Citizen Female Athlete of the Year... played in the Washington vs. Oregon High School All-Star game and East-West Washington High School All-Star game.

PERSONAL: Full name is Rebecca Sue Ashbaugh... born March 28, 1980 in Seattle, Wash... parents are David and Laurie Ashbaugh... majoring in operations management and information systems... spent this past summer playing in the Blue Angels Summer League in Washington with teammates Julie Butler, Kayla Huss and Quinn Thomas.

 

Ashbaugh's Career Statistics

 

Year G-GS MIN FG-AT PCT 3P-AT PCT FT-AT PCT REB AVG PF-D A TO B S TP AVG
98-99 29-29 756 57-148 .385 22-56 .393 56-67 .836 56 1.9 55-0 120 89 1 28 192 6.6
99-00 30-30 917 93-240 .388 41-112 .366 65-85 .765 82 2.7 52-1 155 130 1 20 292 9.7
00-01 28-27 929 86-284 .303 37-122 .303 57-79 .722 64 2.3 46-0 144 103 6 30 266 9.5
01-02 31-30 984 106-293 .362 41-124 .331 101-116 .871 66 2.1 57-0 227 114 1 33 354 11.4
Totals 118-116 3586 342-965 .354 141-414 .341 279-347 .804 268 2.3 210-1 646 436 9 111 1104 9.4

 

 

 

Ashbaugh's Career Highs

Points 24 at San Francisco, Feb. 15, 2002
Field Goals 8 at San Francisco, Feb. 15, 2002
Field Goal Attempts 17 vs. Maryland, Dec. 27, 2000
Three-Point Field Goals 5 vs. Gonzaga, Jan. 15, 2000
Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 10 vs. Portland, March 1, 2001
Free Throws 11 vs. San Diego, Jan. 19, 2002
Free Throw Attempts 12 vs. San Diego, Jan. 19, 2002
Rebounds 9 vs. San Francisco, Feb. 2, 2002
Assists 13 twice, last at San Francisco, Feb. 15, 2002
Blocked Shots 2 at Gonzaga, Feb. 22, 2001
Steals 5 at San Diego, Jan. 9, 1999
Minutes 43 at Portland, Feb. 26, 2000