WBB: Ashley Joens record watch

mred

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How prolific is Ashley? If the rest of this season were cancelled right now and she played only one more season, she'd still have a very good shot at ending up ISU's all-time leading scorer, barring injury and game cancellations next season. She'd have to average around 22-24 ppg next season, which is less than she's averaging this season.
 
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I've expanded career rebounds to top 15. I believe the list is accurate, although it did take some manual work so I could have made a mistake (top 11 are almost certainly correct). Joens and Scott are both in the rebounding top 15.
 
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Thanks for collecting and posting the information mred. Looking at points and rebounds made me realize that I had almost forgotten how good Seanna Johnson really was.
 

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I've updated her stats. She moved past Medders and Grimm in scoring, of course, but she also moved past Bolte in rebounding, Frese and Moody in FTM, and Frese in FTA.
 

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Updated with last night's game. Nothing particularly interesting changed, but she is now 20 points away from passing Frese to become #11 on the career scoring list. Frese is the only player in the top 20 (other than Joens) with fewer than 4 seasons at ISU.
 

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Only thing with Ashley is she tends to want to use her right hand all the time. If she could use her left better she wouldn’t have to turn back into a double team and turn the ball over! She is a great player but being able to use the left hand would make her that much better!
 
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Only thing with Ashley is she tends to want to use her right hand all the time. If she could use her left better she wouldn’t have to turn back into a double team and turn the ball over! She is a great player but being able to use the left hand would make her that much better!

And some vision would help too. Defenses are ready for her spin back to the middle. Coaches and Joens need to adjust, but her head is usually down.
 

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Ashley is truly a guard who plays like a post player. She constantly battles against players with bigger sizes in the paint. She doesn't have the size advantage like Megan G who can use both her hands equally well to make the moves. But she still finishes at a good percentage with a much greater degree of difficulty considering her side. She can still improve her game in some other areas such as perimeter shootings. Her 3-pt shooting percentage is down compared to her first two years. Maybe because she shoots more off-the-dribble 3s than catch-and-shoot 3s this year. By the way, her step-back 3s plus Lexi's stepbacks are going to be unguardable next year if both could perfect the moves. Moving forward, I hope she could also improve her passing game and develop a reliable midrange game as Bridget did. With her mentality and work ethic, I have no double we will see an even better Ashley come next season.
 
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mred

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Updated with tonight's game. Ashley passed Poppens and Wilson to become #6 in career FTM.

My projections for this season include three remaining games. Barring covid cancellations, that is the bare minimum we'll play (one vs Kansas, one game in Big 12 tournament, one game in NCAA tournament).
 
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