ASHLEY ZUBER | ASSISTANT COACH
One of the top floor generals over the last decade at Alumni Arena, Ashley Zuber begins her third year as assistant coach on the UB women's basketball staff in 2015-16. Zuber, who played her last season at UB in 2010-11, still holds the single-game and single-season assists records for the Bulls.
In her first two seasons on the staff, Zuber helped the Bulls to back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1999-00 and 2000-01. Additionally, UB locked in the four seed at the Mid-American Conference Tournament both seasons, most recently earning a spot in the semifinals for just the second time in program history. UB fell to eventual titlist, Ohio, 63-55, but went on to make its first Women's National Invitation Tournament appearance in program history. The Bulls' season culminated in the WNIT first round at West Virginia - UB's second ever postseason showing.
Zuber graduated with high honors from the physical therapy program at UB. She went into the physical therapy profession following the completion of her education, but never stayed far away from the game.
As part of one of the most successful classes at UB, Zuber joined the Bulls for the 2006-07 season. During her senior campaign in 2010-11, Zuber set the assists school record with 198, while leading the MAC in the category. She also set the single-game and Miami (OH) Millett Hall records with 16 assists on January 12, 2011. The Bulls reached their first postseason tournament that season, accepting a berth in the WBI. Zuber finished the year as an Academic All-MAC selection.
Despite an injury-plagued career, Zuber also ranks 13th in career three pointers (68) and is fifth in career assists (388).