Will redshirt the 2011-12 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2010-11 (Appalachian State - Sophomore)
Played in 32 games for the Mountaineers, starting 26 ... Coaches' all-conference selection ... First Team All-Conference by the SoCon Sports Media Association ... scored her 1,000th career point with her 19th point against Elon on 3/6/11 at Chattanooga in the SoCon Tournament - 20th at Appalachian State and third youngest ... led ASU in scoring (500 points) and scoring average (15.6 ppg) ... ranked fifth in the SoCon for scoring and 117th in the NCAA ... led the Mountaineers in scoring 11 times ... led the SoCon in field goal percentage (53.4 percent) and 29th in the NCAA ... ninth in the league in rebounding with 6.4 boards per game, second at ASU ... led team in rebounding 12 times ... recorded six double-doubles ... shot 74.6 from the free throw line - 10th in the SoCon ... recorded 36 blocked shots, averaging 1.1 per game, ranked eighth in the SoCon and second at ASU ... for her efforts against Richmond (12 points, two rebounds) East Tennessee State (14 points, four rebounds) and Gardner-Webb (34 points, 11 rebounds) - shot .750 (24-for-32) and tied career-high with 34 points netting a sixth career double-double ... earned second SoCon Player of the Week leading Mountaineers to wins over Samford (21 points, seven rebounds) and Chattanooga (28 points, six rebounds) ... helped lead team to first SoCon title since 1995-96 years and most wins overall (25) and in the SoCon (17) in school history.
2009-10 (Appalachian State - Freshman)
Played in all 35 games, making 31 starts ... led ASU in scoring (519 points) and scoring average (14.8 ppg) ... led the team in field goal percentage shooting a stout 53.0 percent ... ranked second in the conference and 25th in NCAA Division I in field-goal percentage ... ranked second on the team in rebounds, averaging 5.8 boards per game ... ranked second in the SoCon in field goal percentage, fourth in scoring, eighth in blocks, 11th in rebounds, 13th in offensive rebounds and 14th in defensive boards ... scored in double-figures in 29 contests ... led Appalachian in scoring 17 times ... had eight games scoring 20-plus points ... paced ASU in rebounding five times ... for her efforts against ETSU (scoring 30 points and hauling in 14 boards ) and Furman (scoring 16 points and grabbing six rebounds), named SoCon Player of the Week on December 22 ... tallied a career-high 34 points against Bowling Green (Dec. 23) ... the 34 points are the 10th most in a single game in ASU program history ... named to the SoCon coaches all-freshman team ... earned second team all-conference honors from the SoCon Sports Media Association ... averaged 18.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game in the Women's Basketball Invitational en route to being named the WBI Most Outstanding Player
Four-year letter winner in basketball ... earned all-State honors her senior year ... top-five player in South Carolina ... McDonald's all-America nominee ... named to the Adidas top-64 players lists her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Spartanburg Herald Journal Player of the Year ... three-time Herald Journal Player of the Week ... five-time Dorman athlete of the week ... North Carolina vs. South Carolina all-star game nominee ... named to South Carolina state tournament all-tournament team and all-region as a junior ... named squad's best offensive player her junior year ...led team in scoring, rebounding and blocks her junior and senior season ... AAU team (South Carolina 76er's) finished third in the nation in 2008
Full name is Ashlen Laine Dewart ... daughter of Jay and Angie Dewart ... born March 28, 1991 ... father, Jay, played basketball at Limestone ... mother, Angie, played basketball and volleyball at Limestone ... both parents are in the Limestone Athletic Hall of Fame ... sister Bailey, played for Chattanooga (2006-10) and was the 2011 Ann Lashley Inspiration Award honoree ... major is undecided