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BCC Women's Basketball Adds Daniels Sisters to Roster


Daniels Sisters
Ashley Daniels, shown on the left, and her sister Amber will be part of the first Titans team to compete under the new Eastern Florida State College name.

May 29, 2013 - Brevard Community College head women's basketball coach Jim Grimes has announced the signing of sisters Ashley and Amber Daniels of Murfreesboro, TN.

Ashley Daniels, the older of the two, is a 6-foot guard/forward and Amber a 5-9 guard. The sisters, who were home-schooled, competed for the Middle Tennessee Heat.

Ashley Daniels scored 1,040 career points averaging 10.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game, leading her team in rebounds in all three of her years on the varsity team. She also made 213 three-pointers.

Ashley Daniels was the National Athletic Christian Association (NACA) tournament's most valuable player.

Amber Daniels scored 1,644 career points, averaging 16.4 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, leading the team in scoring in all four of her varsity years. She made 120 three-pointers.

Amber Daniels received All-South Region home school team honors; was a NACA all-tournament player and was selected to play in the home school all-star game in Missouri.

"I am very excited to be bringing Ashley and Amber in to our program," BCC head coach Jim Grimes said. "They are tireless workers who bring great energy to everything that they do. They have a lot in common, but each brings their own skill set.

"Ashley is a great shooter and rebounder, and will be counted on to play multiple positions, while Amber is very athletic and versatile from the wing, and can really score the basketball. As excited as I am about what they will bring to our team on the court, I am looking forward even more to what they will bring off the court. They are high character kids, who I know will be great teammates."

The sisters join Dejah Bradshaw, a 5-4 guard/forward from American High School in Hialeah, FL, and Jessica Doyle, a 5-6 forward from Palm Bay, FL, Heritage High, as 2013-2014 signees.

BCC will compete starting July 1 under its new name Eastern Florida State College.