Ahjalee Harvey
Ahjalee  Harvey

RS Senior

Mountain View, Calif.

High School:
Eastside College Prep


Point Guard



#AztecWBB-Colorado State Postgame Notes

Women's Basketball-Colorado State postgame notes


#AztecWBB Drops Regular-Season Finale at UNLV, 62-51

#AztecWBB Drops Regular-Season Finale at UNLV


#AztecWBB Falls to UNM on Senior Night, 64-45

#AztecWBB falls to UNM on Senior Night, 64-45


#AztecWBB Stumbles on the Road to Boise State, 68-63

#AztecWBB falls on the road to Boise State, 68-63


Harvey Leads #AztecWBB Past Wyoming, 53-40

Harvey leads #AztecWBB past Wyoming, 53-40


SDSU vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)

SDSU vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)

As A Redshirt Junior (2014-15 Season)
Enters her final season as SDSU's lone returning three-time letterwinner ... Started 25 of 29 contests last year after missing the final 22 games of the 2013-14 campaign with a knee injury ... Averaged 6.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and a team-high 2.3 assists in 25.2 minutes ... Led the Aztecs in assists 12 times and steals on seven occasions ... Also topped the squad in three-point field goals made (21) and attempted (81) ... Produced six double-digit scoring efforts, matching her career-high with 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting in SDSU's home victory over eventual Mountain West tournament champion Boise State (2-7-15) ... Also contributed a team-best 16 points in the Aztecs' quarterfinal loss to New Mexico in the MW Championship (3-10-15) ... Dished out three assists or more in 14 games, including a season-high seven at Nevada (3-6-15) ... Twice came up one rebound shy of a career-high after grabbing six boards each at Utah State (1-31-15) and at Colorado State (2-14-15) ... Posted just her second-ever collegiate block vs. San José State (2-21-15) ... Drained a personal-best six free throws on six attempts in SDSU's triumph over UNLV in the regular-season home finale (3-3-15) ... Ended the year with a streak seven straight games recording at least one steal.

As A Junior (2013-14 Season)
Started seven of the first eight games at point guard before sitting out the rest of the year with an injured knee ... Averaged 3.6 assists per contest ... Posted career bests of 16 points and seven steals in the Aztecs' home victory over Miami (OH) (12-19-13) ... Recorded season highs of six rebounds and six assists vs. UCLA (12-15-13) ... Finished with 10 points and four boards against No. 19 South Carolina (11-23-13) ... Handed out five assists and went 5-for-5 from the free-throw line in the season-opener at Sacramento State (11-10-13) ... Also totaled five helpers at USC (11-13-13).

As A Sophomore (2012-13 Season)
Served a backup role in 29 games during her sophomore campaign ... Missed five contests during the non-conference schedule recovering from a hand fracture suffered in practice in late November ... Still finished third on the team in both assists (48) and steals (29) ... Also ranked fourth on the squad with 16 three-pointers made ... Recorded at least one steal in 13 consecutive games from Dec. 30-Feb. 13 ... Logged a season-long 30 minutes, contributing eight points, six assists and three steals vs. UC Irvine (11-14-13) ... Registered a season-high 10 points, while adding four assists and two steals against Savannah State (1-2-13) ... Drilled two 3-pointers in four different games, including the Aztecs' home win over Colorado State (2-13-13) ... Scored eight points and grabbed a collegiate-best seven rebounds to along with three steals and one block vs. UNLV (2-17-13) ... Dished out a career-high eight assists in the regular-season finale vs. Boise State (3-9-13) ... Also saw action in three games at the MW tournament and the first two rounds of the WNIT.

As A Freshman (2011-12 Season)
Appeared in 28 contests as a reserve ... Averaged just over 10 minutes an outing (10.3), which ranked second on the team among true freshmen ... Her 17 triples were third on the team and her 23 assists ranked fourth ... Her three-double figure scoring outings were the most by a SDSU freshman ... Led the Aztecs in points and assists on one occasion each ... Owned SDSU's third-best season free-throw percentage at 78.6 and opened her collegiate career by converting on her first nine attempts ... Had a career-high seven assists in the season opener vs. UAPB ... Logged first double-figure scoring outing at Hawai'i, making five of her nine shots, including a pair of 3-pointers, to end up with 12 points ... Also had two steals vs. the Wahine ... Suffered a high ankle sprain the day before the USD game, but still managed to tally an assist and a steal ... Missed the Cal Poly, UNCG and Penn contests due to injury ... Came back against Longwood, matching her season high for minutes with 20 and contributing a season-best in points with 15 ... Shot 60 percent from the field, 50 percent from beyond the arc and had three rebounds and three assists in that match-up ... Registered her best offensive game of conference action against New Mexico scoring 10 points, including a 3-for-3 mark at the stripe ... Contributed a trio of 3-pointers in the win vs. Wyoming ... Recorded two takeaways at TCU ... Went 4-for-4 at the free-throw line in helping to hold off New Mexico at The Pit ... Logged three assists vs. Air Force as well as Boise State, including a highlight reel behind-the-back pass to teammate Sajoyia Griffin ... Had a 3-pointer, three rebounds and a steal in 11 minutes in the Mountain West title game vs. New Mexico.

At Eastside College Prep
Went to Eastside College Preparatory in East Palo Alto, Calif., where she played under head coach Donovan Blythe ... Three-time all-conference pick ... Was league MVP and her team's player of the year as a senior, when she put up 17.4 points and 3.5 assists per game for the Panthers ... MaxPreps all-state first team in Division V her final season ... Tabbed league co-MVP in 2010, averaging 18.9 points and 4.8 assists per outing ... Eastside won three league titles and a CIF Central Coast Section championship her freshman year ... Earned four out of five stars and was ranked as the 32nd-best point guard in the nation by HoopGurlz.

Played club basketball most recently with West Coast Premier (WCP) under head coach Brian Crichlow, the same team that produced fellow Aztec guards Kiyana Stamps and Chelsea Hopkins ... Scored 13 points in the final to lead WCP to the overall title at the 2010 End of the Oregon Trail, earning all-tournament honors.

Daughter of Andrea Daily and James Harvey ... Has three brothers and four sisters ... High school honor roll member ... Majoring in business/entrepreneurship at San Diego State.

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