FREELAND, Mich.--The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association on Tuesday announced the all-conference women's basketball team, and Adrian College senior guard Ashley Morris (Adrian/Madison High School) made her debut on the second unit.
Morris led the Bulldogs with a 13.6 scoring average, 44.7 field goal percentage (131-293), .756 free throw percentage (59-78) and 60 assists which ranked seventh, 10th, second and sixth in the MIAA during the regular season. She also had 16 blocked shots for 11th.
The 2018-19 campaign saw Morris set several career highs in her third year as a starter for the Bulldogs. She increased her offensive output in each of her four seasons, averaging 5.5 points as a freshman, 8.2 as a sophomore, 12.1 as a junior and over 13 as a senior. She also posted personal records of 124 rebounds and 25 steals.
Twice, Morris scored a career-high 25 points in a game: Dec. 17 in a 79-59 home victory against Kalamazoo and Jan. 12 in a tough 85-78 overtime defeat at Finlandia.
She wrapped up her four-year career among the all-time leaders in several statistical categories at Adrian, including 924 points for 17th, 866 field goal attempts for 11th, 366 field goals made for 13th, 60 three-pointers made for 15th, 224 treys attempted for 13th, .695 free throw percentage (with a minimum 125 made) for 18th, 403 rebounds for 12th, 191 assists for 12th, 48 blocks for 12th, and 67 games started for ninth.
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