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Free-lance Sports Broadcaster based in Oregon, currently serving as a host and reporter for local media company Portland Sportsbeat. A graduate of East Central University, Williams was inducted into the Alpha Chi Honor Society as well as being an All GAC-academic athlete as a volleyball player while obtaining her BS in Communications. A member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, Ashley gained her reporting experience from covering ECU's events as well as interning at Oklahoma's own News 9 television station.

Big-time stunner in Portland

The Rebels were rallying to overcome its deficit, but Portland State remained poised and captured the win.

Wings have Powers!

The Dallas Wings received a great amount of help from their rookie reserve guard, Aerial Powers who gave them big baskets off the bench.

Lynx get it done again

The Minnesota Lynx continue to push past opponents as they continue to rewrite history.

Loyd flourishing in Seattle

Last year's Rookie of the Year, Jewell Loyd, continues to lead the way for the Seattle Storm. Tonight she erupted for 26 to hold off a feisty Connecticut Sun team.

Weisner, Beavers not done yet

The senior guard for Oregon State made sure they didn't get upset this year in the second round on their home court.

Pacific have a budding star in Chelsea Lidy

The Pacific Tigers were able to steal a win on the road. But the true story of this game was a freshman.

2015 WNBA Finals were PHENOMENAL

The 2015 WNBA Finals series was one for the books. The Lynx add another Championship notch to their belt, where talent from both teams was only surpassed by heart.

Did the Lynx underestimate the Fever?

Missed opportunities at the free-throw line and a lackadaisical defense send Minnesota back to the drawing board looking ahead to game 2.

The Sparks enjoyed some "Magic" in Game 2

The LA Sparks forced game 3 on Sunday. Effectively led by Candace Parker and number 1 fan and owner Magic Johnson they have quite the turn around season.

Griner has a Shaq moment

Brittney Griner had a sick dunk on the Sparks Friday night, as she went baseline and slammed it with one hand. Oh, the Mercury beat the Sparks, too.