Senior Ashley Oldshue led the Emory women's basketball team in scoring and rebounding as the Eagles split a pair of South Region contests.
In games against Maryville College and Berry College, Oldshue averaged 15.5 points and 9.5 rebounds. In addition, she shot 47.8 percent (11-23) from the floor, posted a total of three steals and a pair of blocked shots.
Oldshue led the team's scoring attack with 12 points in the Maryville outing before exploding for a team high 19-point, 15-rebound effort in a 78-65 triumph against Berry. She converted seven-of-eight field goal attempts and went five-of-six from the charity stripe against the Vikings en route to her eighth double-figure scoring performance this season in as many outings. Her 15 caroms enabled her to claim her fourth double-double of the year and represented her second-highest career total.
Through games played Dec. 30, Oldshue ranks second in the UAA inscoring average (18.4 ppg) and is third in rebounding (9.6 rpg).