Senior Ashley Oldshue led the Emory women's basketball team in both scoring and rebounding in its NCAA Tournament opening-round game vs. Trine University.
The 6-foot-2 Oldshue registered her eighth double-double of the campaign and 19th of her career after leading all players with 24 points and 12 rebounds in a 57-54 setback to the No. 5-ranked Thunder. Oldshue ended the contest sinking 10-of-17 field goal attempts, including a pair of treys, while going two-for-four at the stripe in chalking up her 24th double-figure scoring performance of the season and eighth of 20 or more points. It marked the 18th time this year that she finished as the Eagles' leading scorer and 15th as the top rebounder.
Oldshue closed out the season first on the club and fourth among UAA players in scoring average at 16.7 points per game, good for sixth place on the school's seasonal ladder. She set the pace in the league with a 55.4 percent (173-of-312) effort in field goal shooting with that mark fifth on the program's seasonal chart. She grabbed 8.2 rebounds per contest, fourth best in the league, and totaled nine games with 10 or more boards to her credit.