|Hometown:||Oregon City, Ore.|
|High School:||Oregon City|
Coach Bento-Jackson on Gonnerman: "Ashley is a very talented offensive player. She gives us a quality inside/outside scoring threat. We anticipate Ashley having a very productive senior season."
AS A SENIOR IN 2006-07: Saw action in all 30 contests, starting 18 ... averaged 6.5 points and 3.4 rebounds a game ... hit a career-best 4-of-5 on three-point attempts and scored 18 points against Miami on Nov. 15 ... scored 10 points in back-to-back games against Fresno State and Pacific on Dec. 9 & 12 ... grabbed seven rebounds against the Tigers ... scored 13 points against both Kansas State and Kansas on Dec. 15 & 17 ... shot 6-for-8 from the floor for 14 points at Gonzaga on Jan. 11 ... scored eight points and pulled down seven rebounds against San Francisco on Jan. 20 ... scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds in WCC Tournament first-round game against Loyola Marymount on March 1.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: Saw action in 24 games, starting 13 ... her 51.3 shooting percentage was third-best in the West Coast Conference ... ranked sixth in WCC in blocks, averaging 0.75 per game ... averaged 8.3 points and 3.6 rebounds per game ... missed first seven conference contests due to a foot injury ... scored 14 points and grabbed six boards at Portland State on Dec. 1 ... exploded for career-high 27 points on 11-of-17 shooting while also pulling down five rebounds at Montana on Dec. 13 ... scored 16 points and had eight rebounds in win over San Jose State on Dec. 17 ... scored 14 points on Feb. 23 at Loyola Marymount ... put up 10 points and grabbed eight boards in WCC Championship game against Pepperdine on March 5.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: Ranked eighth in the WCC in blocked shots, averaging 0.73 per game... had 14 starts and has seen action in 29 contests.... did not play at Gonzaga or Portland due to shoulder injury... netted eight points and five rebounds at Hawaii... added 16 points against No. 14 Michigan State, on 6-12 shooting... added seven rebounds against the Spartans... posted a career-high 22 point at San Jose State, on 9-17 shooting... added seven rebounds and made all four free throw attempts in the all-around performance... netted six points and four rebounds against UC Davis... added a nine-point, six-rebound effort against Pepperdine... led the team with 16 points and five rebounds at San Diego... posted 13 points in 12 minutes vs. Portland... led the team with 18 points against San Diego, adding five rebounds and three blocks... nabbed 13 rebounds, four blocks and three steals in a strong defensive performance against San Francisco in the WCC First Round... added 12 points and five boards against Loyola Marymount in the WCC Semifinal.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-04: Started 18 games and saw action in all 29 contests, making Bronco debut against UW-Green Bay... averaged 6.1 points per game... ranked 14th in the WCC in blocking (0.52) and 23rd in rebounding (4.0)... added eight points and eight rebounds at Pacific... posted six points and seven rebounds against No. 10 Georgia... added eight more at Sacramento State, including converting a key three-point play in the second half... had a strong showing against BYU, earning first collegiate double-double... posted 12 points and 11 rebounds, while also recording four assists and a perfect 6-6 from the charity stripe... was one of two freshman to notch a double-double in the WCC... earned first collegiate start at Nevada and responded with eight points and five rebounds... notched 13 points, on 5-7 shooting, against No. 21 Oregon... pulled down six rebounds against Oklahoma State... added 10 points and seven rebounds in only 15 minutes against San Jose State... added a team-high eight rebounds against Alabama... went 5-8 from the field and scored 12 points at San Diego State, also pulling down a team-high seven rebounds... notched a career-high 17 points at Pepperdine... added 13 points on 6-12 shooting at Portland... pulled down nine rebounds against LMU.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played forward for head coaches Brad Smith and Carl Tinsley at Oregon City (Ore.) High School... was a high school teammate of current Bronco Anna Martin... 2003 Gatorade Player of the Year... also honored as a second-team All-State selection while twice earning team MVP recognition... led team to three state titles, scoring 26 points in 2003 title game... also won four Three Rivers League championships, as team went undefeated all four seasons of conference play... Oregon City was ranked sixth nationally during senior season... attended the Nike All-America camp during 2002 and'03 summers... also participated in track, competing in the 400m, high jump and javelin events.
PERSONAL: Full name is Ashley Brooke Gonnerman... born in Oregon City, Ore... parents are Robert and Caryl Gonnerman... has a brother, Jeryd, 12... major is undeclared.
Gonnerman's Career Statistics
Gonnerman's Career Highs
|Points||27||at Montana, Dec. 13, 2005|
|Field Goals||11||at Montana, Dec. 13, 2005|
|FG Attempts||17||twice, last at Montana, Dec. 13, 2005|
|3-Pt Field Goals||4||vs. Miami, Nov. 15, 2006|
|3-Pt FG Attempts||6||vs. Pacific, Dec. 12, 2006|
|Free Throws||6||twice, last at Pepperdine, Jan. 15, 2004|
|FT Attempts||8||at Pepperdine, Jan. 15, 2004|
|Rebounds||13||vs. San Francisco, Mar. 3, 2005|
|Assists||4||three times, last at Loyola Marymount, Jan. 27, 2007|
|Blocked Shots||5||at Kansas, Dec. 17, 2006|
|Steals||3||four times, last at BYU, Nov. 22, 2006|
|Minutes||37||at Fresno State, Dec. 13, 2003|