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Fri. May 2, 2014 | Kelly Parsons

Academy of the Holy Names guard Ashley McWilliams has signed to play with Embry-Riddle and will be a part of the school's inaugural women's basketball season, athletic director Kevin Vargas said.

McWilliams, who returned after missing much of her junior campaign due to a knee injury, led the Jaguars last season with 13.6 points and 3.5 assists per game. 

The 5-foot-7 guard is the second Hillsborough County girls basketball player to sign with the school in Daytona Beach. Last November, Seffner Christian guard Sabrina Whiting became the program's first signee.

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